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Polnische Kartoffelsuppe mit Wurst

Traditionell Kartoflanka Recipe

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This Polish potato soup recipe is very easy, however, quite time-consuming. Peeling and dicing the veggies takes some time but it?s definitely worthwhile!

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Kartoflanka Polish Potato Soup

Cook the meat first.

First, cook the meat on the low-heat. Don?t boil it, the temperature should all the time be close-to-boiling (there should be no bubbles/ small bubbles).

When the water is so hot, you will notice the foam on the surface. It?s called szumy (shoo-myh) in Polish. Remove it with the spoon. When there is no more foam, add veggies, and cook until soft.

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Store the soup in the fridge.

Polish potato soup can be store in the fridge for up to 5 days.

You can also pasteurize it  and keep it like that for up to 2 weeks. Defrosted potatoes have a different structure, however, it?s perfectly safe to eat them.

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Add more water if you want the soup to be thinner.

This traditional Kartoflanka recipe is for those who want to cook a fatty, filling soup that will make them feel full for hours. If you want to make the soup thinner, add more water or broth.

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