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Polish Cuisine

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Karolina Świdurska

on 10 June 2014

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Transcript of Polish Cuisine

Polish Couisine is very traditional. Foods, which were served in the old days still are hosting on our tables.
In Christmas Eve on our tables we have got 12 meals but there is no meat in it. A traditional Christmas meal in Poland includes fried carp and barszcz with uszka (beetroot soup with ravioli). Carp provides a main component of the Christmas Eve meal across Poland; carp fillet, carp in aspic etc. Universal Polish Christmas foods are pierogi as well as some herring dishes, and for desert, makowiec or noodles with poppy seed. Often, there is a compote of dry fruits for a drink.
Barszcz z uszkami (beetroot soup with ravioli)
Pierogi (dumplings)
Karp w galarecie(carp in aspic)
Kompot (compote)
(poppy-seed cake)
Our traditional Polish dishes which we eat every day are:
Sandwiches (for breakfast)
Vegetables soup
Tomato soup
Pea soup
Bean soup
Barley soup
Chicken soup
Gołabki (word for word it means pigeons)
Nalesniki (pancakes)
Kotlety schabowe (pork chops)
Placki ziemniaczane (potato pancakes)
The End
Made by: Karolina and Kasia
Polish cuisine
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