Old Warsaw Polish Recipes

You can order Polish recipes brought to America from Warsaw, Poland by my grandmother, Stella Niznik Zygmont and, passed down to me from my mother, Clara Zygmont Wolinski.

Old Warsaw Polish Recipes are traditional Polish recipes. Handed down through generations. You will find, turn of the 20th Century recipes that were brought to America from the old country. Enjoy.

BARSZCZ - Beet soup
A lite beet and potato with sausage soup all will enjoy!
FASOLA - String Bean Soup
This hearty string bean, potato with sausage soup will leave you asking for more.
SZPINAK - Sour Grass or Spinach Soup
A soup for a special day. Spinach, beef and potato with spices to make this a "one of a kind" soup.
KASZKA - Beef and Barley Soup
Beef, barley and the right spices make this soup great for any day. More please...
POKRAWA - Duck Soup
A Holiday soup. This delicious soup is made of duck, selected meats, prunes and apples. Wonderful taste and texture you will enjoy.
KLUSKI - Potato Dumplings
Lite potato dumplings that are good with many dishes. Such as sour beef and dumplings or veal stew. Also good as a side dish. Surprise your guest.
NALESNIKI - Pancakes and Cottage Cheese
Golden fried pancakes with a tasty seasoned cottage cheese. Will please any crowd
Here is a meaty stew with vegetables and a hearty gravy that you can use to cover your noodles or rice. Yum! Yum!
GOLABKI - Stuffed Cabbage
Cabbage rolls filled with seasoned rice and meat. Along with a tasty tomato sauce this meal satisfies.
KIELEBASA & KRAW - Polish Sausage & Sauerkraut
Sauerkraut and sausage with pearl barley. Special seasoning makes this a great dish for Holidays or any day you want to treat yourself.
CHUSTCIKI - Bow Tie Cookies
This Wedding day or Holiday cookie is a delightfully crisp Bow Tie cookie. Finished with a powder sugar topping they go fast, so make plenty.
EASTER BABKA - Sweet Raisin Bread
Bread my Grandmother use to make. A wonderful sweet eggy raisin bread that is great with butter. Who would have thought bread could be so good!!

This pierogy recipe is hard to let go of! In my 65 years, I have never seen a recipe like it. I like to call it our "gourmet pierogy". My grandmother Martha Woliska Zygmont, born in 1887, died when my mother was five years old. Stella Niznik Zygmont, who as a young woman, worked as a cook in Warsaw, married my widower grandfather John Zygmont. She brought to this country all her wonderful recipes. She passed them on to my mother Clara Zygmont Wolinski, who passed them on to me. I hope you will enjoy the pierogies as much as we do!
This is a two-part recipe. It starts with a delicious tomato/rice soup and special seasoning plus other ingredients which lead to the pierogy recipe itself. What makes this recipe is what's in the pierogies and also how they are served.

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Old Warsaw Polish Recipes