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Bigos, Golabki, Pierogi, Kielbasa – if you crave simple, hearty, comfort food, you’ll love Polish food. The Poles have perfected the art of transforming meat, cabbage and potatoes into a variety of tasty dishes that hit the spot every time.
Nothing fancy, nothing fussy, everything fabulously filling. Take Bigos for example, a stupendous stew of cabbage, sauerkraut, tomatoes, onions and meat. Or Kotlet Schabowy, a pork cutlet fried in breadcrumbs that is fantastic with buttered mashed potatoes and pickled cabbage. Or Pierogis, delicious doughy dumplings that can be savoury (cheese, meat, mushrooms and cabbage) or sweet (strawberries or plums), starters or side dishes, or even a main course if you like. They’re all no-nonsense hunger-busters. So, treat yourself to a no-nonsense delivery from somewhere near you, via your Just Eat app.
Kotlet Schabowy is a simple Breaded Pork Cutlet (aka Schnitzel) served with a side of boiled, fried or butter-mashed potatoes with either Pickled Cabbage or one of many typical Polish Surówka (aka Salads) which are very healthy and finely-sliced combos of raw veggies like Carrots & Apples, Raw Cabbage, Cucumber & Cream, Grated Beets and Sauerkraut. Another fave of Polish Cuisine is Placki Ziemniaczne (now you see the advantage of tapping the Just Eat app, rather than phoning) are deliciously fried golden-brown Potato Pancakes, usually served with sugar, sour cream or Meat Gulasz (aka Beef Goulash). Kopytka (which means horses’ hooves) are a kind of tasty Polish Gnocchi that look (yep, you guessed – horses’ hooves). They’re delicious just on their own, or eaten simply with butter and sugar, but go very well with a savoury meat-based sauce. (And delivered much faster on a Just Eat delivery bike than on horses’ hooves.