PIEROGI WITH MEAT
The combination of meat with the velvety dough of the dumplings is a real feast for the senses. Everybody who loves the taste of traditional pierogi will no doubt be a huge fan of the succulent flavour of the meat-filled version. This particular version is best served topped with butter, fried onion or crispy bacon bits.
PIEROGI WITH POTATOES AND CHEESE
This particular variation, using mashed potatoes and cheese, is a firm favourite in Polish households. The combination of delicate dough with the cottage cheese and potato tastes even better when fried in a little butter, and will take many back to the comforting tastes of their childhood.
PIEROGI WITH SAUERKRAUT AND MUSHROOMS
This more delicate and aromatic version of pierogi is filled with sauerkraut and mushrooms. They are often prepared from scratch, using fresh ingredients and homemade sauerkraut. In Poland, they are traditionally served on Christmas Eve - however, their distinctive and moreish taste ensures they are, for many, a table staple all year round.
PIEROGI WITH CHEESE
The traditional pierogi with cheese is the ultimate comfort food - loved by children and adults alike throughout Poland. These soft dough dumplings are filled with a delicious, sweet cheese and are often served with a sour or a whipped cream to complement their unique flavour.
CHICKEN BREAST IN A BLANKET
This dish is not only popular during festivities, but in the day-to-day cooking in many Polish families. Soft and juicy chicken breasts are served in breadcrumbs with salty cheese, delicate mushrooms and sweet red peppers.
MINCED MEAT CUTLETS WITH MUSHROOMS
A dish fit for royals, these cutlets are carefully prepared using the highest quality meat and served with the freshest ingredients. The meat is formed into neat cutlets and fried with mushrooms to create a a rich, flavoursome dish - perfect for lunch or dinner.
CROQUETTES WITH SAUERKRAUT AND MUSHROOMS
With a perfect combination of delicate dough with the savoury filling and the golden coating, croquettes are a true delight among traditional flavours. Sauerkraut and mushrooms, enriched with carefully selected condiments, make an excellent duo! Not only a Polish Christmas classic, but a great choice for a deliciously filling dinner all year round!
CROQUETTES WITH MEAT
Filled with a deep, umami flavour dish that will satisfy the most sophisticated palates, these are perhaps the most traditional croquettes. When heated, the filling simply melts in your mouth - the perfect contrast to the crispy outside. This is a real dinner-time favourite in Poland and many families will have their own go-to recipe.
CROQUETTES WITH MUSHROOMS AND CHEESE
With a filling that mixes delicious, salty cheese and aromatic, delicate mushrooms, this is a delicious meat-free croquette - adored by children and adults alike. For those who have grown up with this delicacy, each bite will take them back to their childhood. And if you’ve never tried one, now’s the time to create new food memories.
CROQUETTES WITH GREEK CHEESE AND SPINACH
There's perhaps no better combination than clear, salty white Greek cheese and the soft sweetness of fresh spinach. So when it all comes together in the form of a crispy croquette, it creates the most mouth-watering, flavoursome feast for the senses. Filling, robust and delicious, it’s the croquette of choice for vegetarians.
BIGOS, CABBAGE STEW
A traditional, hearty dish that has been passed down the generations, with each family cherishing their own recipe. Cooking bigos is a labour of love, requiring patience and time - so to serve it to your family is seen as a true expression of familial affection. To achieve the perfect flavour, the healthy sauerkraut, vegetables and pork meat must stew for a long time - but it’s worth it!
ŁAZANKI, POLISH SQUARE NOODLES
It is said that these traditional square noodles arrived in Poland from Italy in the sixteenth century. They have become a national staple ever since and are a particularly delicate form of pasta. This recipe combines them with stewed white cabbage and high-quality pork meat, seasoned with aromatic spices and herbs.
A dish that is both delicate and meaty, chicken goulash is loved by all and is a staple for many Polish families. The chicken is slowly stewed with fresh vegetables and an abundance of spices. Serve with pasta, potatoes or kopytka (dumplings) to enjoy this hearty Polish dish at its finest.
With origins tracing back over a thousand years, this warming and delicious meat stew is perhaps one of the most well-known Eastern European dishes. The Polish version has a particularly thick sauce that is bursting with deep flavours, aromatic spices and tender meat. Extra additions to the dish include pasta, potatoes, buckwheat or dumplings.
GOŁĄBKI - CABBAGE WRAPPED PORK IN A TOMATO SAUCE
The waft of gołąbki being cooked in a kitchen is so distinctive that for those who know it, it cannot be mistaken. Both hearty and healthy, it’s a dish for all the seasons consisting of flavoursome meat and rice wrapped in sweet leaves of cabbage and topped with a juicy tomato sauce.
GOŁĄBKI - CABBAGE WRAPPED PORK IN A MUSHROOM SAUCE
This mushroom version of gołąbki is again something that can happily be eaten all day and every day. Prepared using the highest quality meat, soft rice and spices. The silky mushroom sauce that tops them adds an extra dimension to what is already a delicious lunch or dinner dish.
Bursting with delicious aromas, fried cabbage is a simple yet versatile dish that can be eaten alone or served as an exquisite addition to meats. Sweet and crunchy white cabbage is stewed with onions and then fried to create a mouth-watering dish that’s full of flavour.
A simple yet scrumptious dish that has been passed through the generations in Poland - it offers both sustenance and comfort when you need it most. This recipe is prepared with fantastically healthy “Hansel beans”, a traditional savoury sausage and a thick tomato sauce - the delectable union of flavours.
At one stage widely eaten in Poland, every true foodie loves chitterlings - that is, pork intestines served in a tasty broth. Meaty, hearty and full of flavour, these are a traditional staple of Polish cuisine that shouldn’t be missed!
Perfect as an accompaniment or a dish in itself, kopytka are a traditional potato dumpling from Poland with a melt-in-mouth texture. These small, silky dumplings can be fried in butter or another oil of choice and served on the table with meat, vegetables, sauces or any other delicious foods you would like.