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1 POLISH FOOD COMENIUS PROJECT LETS SHARE OUR CULTURE

2 BREAKFAST In Poland we eat breakfast between 7.00 and 9.00 We usually eat: -some sandwiches with meat, vegetables, cheese -scrambled eggs -soft-boiled eggs -cornflakes with milk We usually drink tea or cocoa.

3 Sandwiches Soft-boiled egg Scrambled eggs

4 DINNER This is our main meal. It consists of soup, main course and dessert. We usually it dinner between and This is the example of the dinner: -Soup (Żurek) -Main course (beef rolls, silesian potato dumlings and red cabbage) -Dessert (apple pie) We usually drink stewed fruit to dinner (it can be from apples, pears, cherries, strawberries etc.).

5 Ingredients: water 2 l spices: pimento, bay leaf, marjoram, salt, pepper,5 pieces of garlic 1 onion sausage 30dag bacon 20 dag vegetables: carrot, leek, parsley, celeriac cream SOUP Fermented rye: its made from rye flour mixed with warm water and garlic and this mixture is leaved for 3 days to pickle. Cook the vegetables with spices for 30 minutes. Then separate the vegetables from the rest of the soup. Next to the soup add the fermented rye and sliced garlic. Then fry the sausage and bacon with the onion and put it into to the soup. At the end add the cream and boil the soup. Eat the soup with boiled potatoes or eggs. Żurek ( traditional Polish soup made from fermented rye)

6 MAIN COURSE Beef rolls Ingredients: 800 g beef (leg) cut into slices of 1,5 cm80 g bacon cut into dices or stripesTwo chopped medium size onions, some garlic (optional) a dill pickle cucumber (sour cucumber) chopped or cut into stripes Some pieces of wholesome bread with skin, mushrooms (optional) Additives and spices Mustard Potato or wheat flour Red dry wine (optional) Water or broth (stock, bouillon) Black pepper Salt

7 MAIN COURSE Beef rolls Instructions: Cut beef into slices (1,5 cm) and beat themSpread mustard on the beef slices Put some bacon, onion, cucumbers, bread and mushrooms on the beef slices Roll the meet and fasten it with a pin (or a string)Fry the rolls until they are brown Pour the water or stock. You can add some red dry wine. Stew the rolls under cover until they are tender. (about 1 hour). Remove the rolls from the pan and thicken the sauce with the flour. Serve the rolls with the sauce, dumplings and cabbage

8 Silesian potato dumplings Ingredients: - 1 kg potatoes - potato flour - 2 large eggs Boil the potatoes and mash them. Divide the mash onto 4 parts and and add the flour - exactly as much, as big is one part of the mashed potatoes. I know it sounds complicated but it's just a simple 4:1 relation. Add the eggs and mix everything. The dough should be like 'modeling clay'. It can't be too dry or your dumplings will dissolve in the water. Form small balls and make a little hole with your smallest finger ;) that's a traditional shape of the Silesian dumplings. Put them into boiling salted water. Boil them approx. 3 minutes from the moment in which they touch the surface. MAIN COURSE

9 Red cabbage Ingredients: red cabbage 1 onion 1 lemon salt, pepper MAIN COURSE Instructions: First slice, then chop the red cabbage and boil it in salted water for about 15 minutes. Next pour out the water and add the juice of half of the squized lemon to preserve the colour. Then add chopped onion and sour apple, some pepper and a bit of sugar and mix all of it.

10 DESSERT Ingredients: 500 g plain flour 200 g butter 200 g sugar (or a little bit less) 2 egg yolks 2 Tbs sour cream a pinch of salt 1 egg white – only to spread on apple pie 1kg apples ground cinnamon vanilla sugar lemon zest from 1 lemon Apple Pie

11 Peel and core apples. Place in a bowl, cover with vanilla sugar (it is up to you how much), mix with lemon zest. Leave for 2 hours, then drain it from the juices. Dice butter and mix with flour. Add yolks, sugar, sour cream and salt. Knead the dough and chill in a fridge for 2h, covered with foil. Divide dough into 2 pieces. Roll one part and lay the 25 cm round tray with it. Spread with egg white, make some holes with a fork and prebake in 160 degrees for 15 minutes. Transfer apples tightly into baked crust. Cover with the other half of the dough, spread with egg white. Bake for further 60 minutes in 160 degrees C. Sprinkle some powder sugar on the pie and serve with the vanilla ice cream. DESSERT Apple Pie

12 SUPPER We usually eat supper between and We eat sandwiches, boiled sausages and drink tea for supper.

13 Enjoy your meal


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