Prepare yourself to drool over these 41 meals, each featuring mouthwatering photos, details, and where you can eat it. I've also included some of my personal travel eating tips and answered some of your top questions Traditional Polish cuisine is a real calories bomb, but once you try it, you will not be able to resist the temptation. It is rich in various kinds of meat pork, chicken, beef and famous for its excellent bread and delicious sausages better than German! The basic ingredients used in Polish foods are beetroot, sauerkraut, cucumbers pickles and gherkins , mushrooms, sausages, kohlrabi, sour cream and different herbs and species marjoram, dill, caraway, parsley and pepper.
It's more than just cheese and potatoes.
Bigos • Polish hunter's stew
This is a list of dishes found in Polish cuisine. Kisiel , a dessert served with bananas and grapes. When more water added, kisiel can be served as a hot beverage. Fried pork liver at a restaurant in Sanok. Pickled Golonka , with kapusta. Herring in sour cream, dainty hunter, roulade of salmon. Herring and corn salad.
Polish Main Dishes
My brothers and I were little brats when we were kids, and always got our mom to make burgers or order pizza, anything but Polish food. But remember, no meat on Christmas Eve. Pronounced goh-wom-kee, or better known in English as stuffed cabbage. There are a million variations including this stuffed version , that will make your tastebuds and your digestive track very happy. Another cabbage dish, but this one is truly essential to the Polish culture and to your tastebuds.
Discover some of the traditional foods of Poland, like these pierogi. If there is any cuisine that is known for being hearty, it's Polish food. Many Polish dishes contain eggs, cream, and meats, making them very filling. Chicken and pork are also commonly used in Polish cuisine but aren't always the central part of the meal. Cabbage, mushrooms, and potatoes are considered staples in Polish kitchens as these ingredients are used in a large number of meals.