Foods to try in Poland

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I observed that Polish food is full of meat, sausages, cheese, and potatoes and chock-full of stuffing. Here are the foods I tried in Poland:

1. Pierogi – this semi-circular dumpling is Poland’s national snack. It is often filled with

cheese, sometimes with potatoes and ground meats.

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2. Stuffed chicken

3. Ziemniaki Gotowane – Simple boiled potatoes sparkled with parsley or dill.

4. Kotlet mielony – minced meat cutlet with eggs, bread crumbs, garlic, and salt and pepper rolled into a ball and fried with onions and butter.

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5. Ryba smażona– a typical fried breaded fish fillet.

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6.Kurczak Pieczony – Roasted chicken with potatoes.

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7. Mushroom penne pasta with sausage

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8. Dessert- once in a while we indulged in a small slice of sweet food like this one:

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9. Lodz Ice cream- even with the freezing weather, we can’t help try a Polish ice cream. It was winter when we went there.

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10. Breakfast- this is how my regular breakfast looks like in Poland.

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11.Comfort foodMcDonald’s milkshake and burger.

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12. Asian noodles– yes, there’s quite a few Vietnamese and Chinese restaurants where we still got to eat our favorite noodles.

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13. Polish  Pizza- another satisfying and familiar food we’re always craving.

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14. Sweet raisins chicken with rice and veggies. I noticed rice in Poland is so dry.

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15. Kotlet schabowy (breaded pork cutlet) with boiled veggies and pasta.

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Anna is a travel buff, logophile, choreophile, an adventurous foodie & glossophilia.She loves writing, dancing, traveling & learning languages. She speaks more than 5 languages and have been to more than 20 countries so far. In her leisure time, she loves to listen to music, dance & try cooking.

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