Polish Easter Cookbook

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Here’s what you’ll need to make your Easter truly Polish!


Discover the unique, and absolutely delicious traditions of Polish Easter, & discover some of these beautiful culinary recipes from the country.

All the recipes are tried and tested in Polish kitchens. The family treasures its timeless recipes. Taste the delicious recipes and experience the traditions celebrated during Lent and Easter. The author, Karolina and Patryk, offer you and her family’s amazing cuisine, all the passion, and detailed guide. Welcome to get familiar with simple techniques and experiences learned in the Polish kitchen.

We currently offer Polish Easter Cookbook ebook and paperback versions. You can choose the one you prefer most from these options in the checkout.

Polish Easter Cookbook!

This consistently beautiful collection of traditional recipes will help you bring Easter spirit to your household. Whether you’re looking to stay connected to your roots, trying to impress your relatives, or just curious about Polish traditions and flavors, this book offers them for everyone.

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– Easter Recipes

Soups can actually be found as an essential part of the whole Polish cuisine based on dishes such as pierogi, szezopki, borscht, and błett in toppings alone. Many of these traditional dishes contain a richness of flavours and, for the best taste, can’t be

Mmm…Easter side dishes and sweet sauces

Karolina has become the master of sauce making, combining delicate and creamy ingredients with strong and tangy flavours and your Easter cold collation will be up and at ’em.

– Warm Easter loaves, egg and cake bakers

And of course the Poles have plenty of dainty Easter cakes to go around. Here are just a few of the most delightful Polish Easter cakes: Golden Cake with raspberry sherbet candy on top, White Angel Cake, Best Chocolate Ginger Pudding Cake, and so on and so forth.

Eat Easter Meat Dishes

This is a collection of exotic dishes that are not only marvellous to look at, some of them are also distinctive because of their unusual ingredients.

A guide to Easter and rituals

Do you know how to…

The “egg battle” is…?

you should stay home on Easter Monday because you are not able to get wet?

…what the huge bunches of twigs and ribbons show-cased on the last Sunday of Lent represent?|| And why do some Poles indulge in pączki (traditional doughnuts) during Lent, or on Shrove Tuesday, when most Catholics abstain from?

The symbolism of Polish Easter food including horseradish, salt, and boxwood is a part of every Easter table.

Overcome your worries by learning these Polish Easter recipes and make yourself a calmer grandmother.

the Polish Easter Cookbook includes recipes for:

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Easter is a lot of fun in Poland and I will show you how

Think you can’t do Easter without these rites? Think again

– The emotional meaning of Polish Easter food, bread, cakes, etc.

Give up takeaway food for Easter and opt for this delicious Tuscan treat:

It’s an excellent cookbook, with clear instructions, guidelines, and tips.

The tips and tricks for kitchen know-how will help you build better meal creations within your kitchen realm – from cupcakes to puddings, to dinners.

These recipes were judged and tested by family members so they are easy to follow and manage to cook.

Simple diets that are easy to find on Amazon or a local grocery store, that direct users to at least five different recipes that can be found with the ingredients they already have.

Scientists’ blogs on food and ancient culture share more than 2,000 likes on Facebook, inspiring people from all over the world.

This book will give you the taste of traditional, regional cooking of hundreds of years ago.

Playful, fun recipes will help you get kids involved in baking.

You’ll enjoy cooking these special treats yourself this Easter.

The book has a personal tone and includes personal information. It involves a lot of photos and a lot of stories.

Adding the recipe pictures as enticing as they are, adds interest and helps you fuel up ready for an evening in the kitchen.

Versatile recipes are designed to suit all budgets, tastes and cookery levels.

Karolina and Patryk share their love for food and their heritage with joy and enthusiasm that is infectious!

## Get your hands on these authentic Polish and celebrate Easter!


About the Contributors

Karolina and Patryk are foodie. Their favorite place to eat at home where even her mom and friends can taste the most delicious Polish dishes. Karolina decided to share her passion among her friends and many people have already followed her story at polishfoodies.com and on Facebook.

Here are the positives:

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A set of straightforward, natural rules which are easy to follow, and that don’t require much in the way of manual dexterity or patience.

The 150-plus recipes give mouth-watering photographs and are packed with useful advice. The book is not only practical to use but also visually appealing.

How does Polish Easter differ? Polish Easter baking, ekspienki, and Easter traditions. Explaining holiday symbolism in Polish foods. Getting to know about the holiday and daily events.

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