Polish cuisine

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Polish cuisine

Polish cuisine is very diverse, the dishes are rich and hearty. Many dishes are inspired by Poland's neighboring countries. The menu often includes sauerkraut, beets, potatoes, mushrooms, dumplings, meat, cream, eggs, game or brynza cheese, which is also common in Slovakia. Marjoram, cumin and dill are widely used as spices.

Recipes of Polish cuisine

Soup is the basis. The menu is written as a soup, thick soup. Well-known is barszcz - beetroot borscht, which has its roots in Eastern cuisine. Another peel of beets and its petioles is botwinka served with hard-boiled egg. The summer version of the soup is called chłodnik. Serve cold with sour cream. The traditional soup is also beef or chicken broth with onions, mushrooms, bacon and sour cream. Other well-known specialties are Krowky candies, hearty bigos, or pies.