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Feb 22, 2011


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It sounds so weird! Something I would definitely like to try :)
Did you see the polish beetroot soup on my kitchen rules?


It is a shame, being half Polish, the cuisine of that area is not very well known. I have been to Poland a few times and a lot of the countries in Europe and Poland has produced some of the best dishes I've ever eaten. Most noteworthy are some of the game dishes I've had, and Jasmyne and I were discussing getting our hands on those family recipes some time soon.

Polish food is very basic and filling due to a general low economic status of most people, but they make the best out of what they can get their hands on.

As for the beetroot soup muppy, my dad has a recipe he has been cooking for ages and I give that a 10 out of 10, prepares a post in the future is comparing the two recipes.


Thanks for that, I would really like to cook a polish dish, you'll have to let me know which one i should try!

Maria @ Scandifoodie

Such an interesting recipe! I would've never though serving this with pasta!

Lorraine @ Not Quite Nigella

Ooh I've tried Hungarian cherry soup and it was divine. I wonder how this compares as that reminded me of a lovely milky almost yogurt soup too! :)


Lorraine, my dad said that this soup can be made to suit any berry and had noted cherries, so I would assume it may be somewhat similar.

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