Category: from poland with love

39 Mum’s Best Croissants (rogaliki wodne)

My mum's recipe for 'floating' croissants. A lot of work, but worth the effort!

30 Homemade pasta (makaron)

As promised, I'm posting a recipe for a home made pasta (makaraon). You can eat it together with rosol, perfect match! ^^ Prepare yourself for some hard work, kneading a pasta dough ain't easy 馃槈 INGREDIENTS 1/2kg good quality wheat flour 3 eggs 1/2 tsp salt HOW TO MAKE? 1. Sieve the flour onto the ...

29 Polish chicken soup (Ros贸艂)

Some may say that it's nothing special. easy to make. not really sophisticated. nothing more wrong! to make a proper rosol you need experience and/or skill. Traditionally, rosol is eaten in Poland on a Sunday, we serve it as a plain chicken stock with some egg noodles (makaron). if there is any dish I could ...

26 Polish Angel Wings (faworki)

Faworki are a traditional pastry made for Fat Thursday, last Thursday before the Lent starts. Highly sinful treat, they are!

24 Polish chocolate cheesecake, Izaura

My mum's specialty, Izaura or baked cheesecake with chocolate. Life doesn't get much better than that.

19 Honey and Custard Layer Cake (Kr贸lewicz)

Kr贸lewicz, what literally translates as 'the prince' is one of these highly addictive layer cakes, you just can't get enough of. From Poland with love, quite literally!

17陆 Growing cress (rze偶ucha)

Growing your own herbs doesn't necessarily require a lot of effort. Try cress, super healthy bit of spring in your kitchen!

16 Sweet apple&cinnamon dumplings (pierogi z jab艂kiem)

taste of my childhood: sweet dumplings with various fillings; fruits, sweet cottage cheese, oh my God, every single kid in Poland loves them! ^^ the thing is that you can make many kinds of fillings and use just one dough, cause the dough for all the pierogi is the same! so if you have kids ...

Polish Easter Eggs (Pisanki)

Have you ever tried natural dye for your Easter eggs? Try this Polish method, to give your eggs a deep maroon or a vivid blue hue.

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