Haluski (Cabbage and Noodles)
Haluski is a buttery Polish dish with egg noodles and fried cabbage often served during Lent and uses up leftover cabbage. Very popular in Pittsburgh!
Polish Kolaczki Cookies
Kolaczki cookies are a traditional Polish cream cheese cookie. The cookie dough almost mimics a pastry and is filled with a variety of fillings such as apricot, prune, cherry, almond, poppy seed, and more!
Grandma's Golumpki - Stuffed Polish Cabbage (Gołąbki)
Golumpki are Polish cabbage rolls that are stuffed with a mixture of beef, pork, rice, and seasoning. This recipe serves 12 and costs just $11.32.
Crockpot Pierogi Casserole with Kielbasa - An Easy Meals Recipe
Quick & Easy One pot casserole dish that can be made in the crockpot. Crockpot Pierogie Casserole with Kielbasa is a thick and hearty meal for any night of the week.
Traditional Polish Christmas Cookie Recipes to Make This Holiday
Polish rogaliki mean "little horns" because of their shape. There are many versions -- some recipes require rolling the dough and cutting it into triangles, adding a dollop of filling and rolling, like Jewish rugelach. This recipe is for a hand-formed coo
Oma's Rotkohl ~ German Red Cabbage Recipe
This German red cabbage recipe uses apples to enhance the flavor. Super easy to make and tastes even better when reheated the next day. Definitely a favourite!
14 Delicious Polish Recipes That Are Actually Super Simple To Make
Never cooked Polish food before? Start with these simple recipes that are both delicious and easy to make.
Kucha- Polish Sweet Bread
Kucha Polish Sweet Bread Kucha is a polish sweet bread that has been on my Mom's side of the family for many generations. It is pronounced, "Cuha" and it became our family's traditional holiday breakfast bread for Easter, Thanksgiving and Christmas mornings. The crumbs to this bread are many people's favorite part, and I have to agree, they are delicious! I remember hearing stories of my great grandmother teaching my grandmother when she got married, then my grandmother making it, then my…
Traditional Polish Gingerbread Cookies - Pierniczki - SugarOverSalt
Traditional Polish gingerbread cookies made from scratch. They take a little while to make them (yes, about 5-6 weeks!), but they are so worth the wait! They disappear pretty fast but if you can hold on to a few after you make them and let them rest in the fridge for a few extra days, your taste buds will be polka dancing!
Polish Culture: Beyond Pierogi and Cabbage
Poland is more than pierogi, cabbage, and polkas. It is a green and golden thriving land nearly half the size of the US state of Texas, with a population in 2019 of approximately 38.03 million, which ranks it 37th in the world.