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Marchwiak – Yeast Carrot Swirl Cake from Lublin

Marchwiak lubelski is not your normal carrot cake! And it’s definitely not what you know to be carrot cake in the U.S. This yeast...

Cebularz Lubelski – “Yeast Bread with Onions” from Lublin

Yeast bread with onions and poppy seeds is a humble yet delicious dish! The recipe is also very simple - you could honestly make...
Proziaki Polish soda bread

Proziaki – Polish soda bread

Proziaki - Polish soda bread Numerous villages in the Podkarpackie Region prepare Proziaki which, are made on tile-based cookers heated by firewood. Since proziaki (pro- zea -...
Kacapoły or klęgle - Polish Potato Balls with cheese filling

Kacapoły or klęgle – Polish Potato Balls with cheese filling

The fact that Podkarpackie Region may be particularly abundant in potato dishes, honestly makes me wonder what people used to eat before potatoes were...
Polish Potato Pierogi - Zawijas nasutowski

Polish Potato Pierogi from Lublin – Zawijas nasutowski

Yes, these are potato pierogi but not your normal potato pierogi! These pierogi are different! If you love not only pancakes (Pol: placki ziemniaczane you...
Polish potato dumplings knedle with fruit stuffing

Potato Plum Dumplings – KNEDLE

It's a sweet take on Polish potato dumplings! This popular in the Central and East European cuisines dish is eaten as a dessert, a...
Polish sweets food fried

Polish Carnival Roses

The last week of the carnival is widely celebrated in Polish kitchen. Of course, you can eat Polish donuts PĄCZKI but these require some...
Paczki Polish doughnuts

PĄCZKI – Polish jelly donuts for Fat Thursday

Crispy on the outside and soft inside - Polish jelly donuts  (Pączki) are a must on Fat   Thursday! To eat a good donut Poles either stand in queues to pastry shops and bakeries...
beets leaven recipe

Polish Christmas Borscht – beetroots leaven recipe

When you think of Eastern Europe cuisine you think borsch (also spelled borscht) is the flagship soup. What is borscht? How do you make...
Polish Mushroom Dumplings

Uszka for the Polish Christmas Eve

‘Uszka’ are another type of Polish pierogi filled with wild-mushroom and traditionally served with clear borscht on Christmas Eve dinner. Here is how you make...
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