Polish cuisine has been widely influenced by neighboring countries such as the Czech Republic, Slovakia, parts of Central Europe, Germany, Austria and Hungary. The cuisine utilizes meats (pork, chicken and beef), as well as vegetables, spices and herbs. The basic ingredients used in Polish cooking are beetroot, sauerkraut, cucumbers (pickles and gherkins), mushrooms, sausages, kohlrabi, sour cream and different herbs and species (marjoram, dill, caraway, parsley and pepper). Our Polish recipes combine these common ingredients with authentic Polish dishes.
Kapusniak Recipe Kapusniak, pronounced Kah-Pus-Knee-Ack, is a traditional Polish cabbage soup (Kapusta means cabbage). Depending on the region, the ingredients can differ. For example, the Czechs typically use cabbage, whereas the Poles favor sauerkraut. Our […]