You probably don’t need us to tell you that cabbage is one of the most popular ingredients in Poland, and you just have to try these cabbage rolls. Gołąbki is made by rolling rice and minced pork shoulder in cabbage leaves, and these rolls are then covered with a delicious sauce.
If you’re the kind of person that loves a hearty stew, then you’ll love bigos. This is the ultimate comfort food that consists of any meat that the chef has in the kitchen, prunes, smoked sausage, sauerkraut, spices, and anything else that gets thrown in.
You may have heard of pierogies before, but have you ever tried one? Known as Russian dumplings, these things actually originate from Poland and are dumplings filled with all kinds of delicious fillings.
Everyone loves a cheesecake, right? Well, sernik is Poland’s answer to the cheesecake we all know and love. This baked cheesecake is normally made using a sweet curd, egg yolks, and ricotta, and it’s then often mixed with the likes of fruit peels or chocolate.
Traditionally eaten around the holiday season, the makowiec is a poppy-seed cake that’s filled with poppy seeds, honey, nuts, and then glazed with a stunning icing. Not only does it look beautiful, but it tastes incredible.
So, which dish from Poland will you try first?