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I’ve been traveling the world for the past couple of years. Every time I am abroad, I miss Polish food. Traditional bread, pierogi, pickled veggies are food I love most about my homeland’s cuisine.
I started this blog from the love of Polish food. I am sharing with you the most authentic Polish recipes that I’ve taken from my grandmas, moms, and aunties.
Zupa Z Zielonej Fasolki is a traditional Polish green bean soup that can be prepared in less than 45 minutes. The hearty soup can be
Light and airy donuts made with farmer’s cheese, the traditional Polish oponki are popular for Fat Thursday! Easy to make in just 10 minutes, they’re perfect for a quick snack!
Paczki Kujawskie are traditional Polish donuts made of boiled potatoes and pumpkin puree. Originally from the Kuyavian region of Poland, these sweet donuts with a golden brown crust are perfect
When I was a kid, I remember my grandma making bałabuchy. They were so delicious! She usually served these deep fried buns with powdered sugar or powidło śliwkowe (plum butter).
Easy to make at home, this is the world’s easiest poppy seed cake! With a jam filling and topped with whipped cream, the poppy seed cake is rich, nutty, and
Amoniaczki are Polish ammonia cookies that turn light and crispy. Bringing back childhood memories, these buttery amoniaczki cookies are fun to make with kids too! Memories Of Amoniaczki & My Babcia
Easier to make than it looks, the Polish mole mound cake or kopiec kreta is delicious! Make this cake for celebrations or simply for an indulgent dessert! What Is Kopiec Kreta