4 Top Most Polish Dishes To Drool Over
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Poland, a beautiful country in Europe, is one of the most renowned countries worldwide in terms of its cuisines and its absolute, enchanting and everlasting beauty. What's so special about Poland and its cuisines is how they have evolved and history in terms of profound style, distinctive taste and the exciting range of food to win over everyone’s heart and soul. So let’s get into some. 

1. Pierogi

To start with the best and the most delightful cuisines of Poland. Pierogi is one of the most famous cuisines one can find on every street. Pierogi is a sweet filled dumpling wrapped around from unleavened dough, fried and then served. Some of the typical fillings include sweet potato, mushroom, fruits and meat. Being a comfort food of Poland, it's pretty versatile in both taste and making. 

2. Kielbasa


Kielbasa is a staple food of Poland, so one can already imagine how heavenly it would taste at a single bite. Kielbasa is a common name for any meat sausages. There are usually four types of typical kielbasa prepared and popular in Poland. With every region having its specialty, it's made and eaten by different preparation styles. It also serves as an ideal food you can eat at any time.   

3. Bigos

Bigos is a type of stew served hot and enriched with veggies and spices. It's a super delicious dish consisting of finely chopped and sauteed meat stewed with sauerkraut and fresh cabbage. Having originated from Poland, the dish has an overall liking towards it from neighboring countries.  

4. Gołąbki

Golabki is a traditional stuffed cabbage dish that has a filling of meat, pork, beef, tomatoes, chopped onions and rice seasoned with spices. Being a comfort food of Poland, it's pretty versatile in both taste and making. Known by quite many different names, the taste never fails to disappoint anyone.

If you're in Poland, do not leave the country without tasting our impressive selection of just four but the best Polish cuisines.