All Free Recipes For Polish And International Cooking
There is a collection of Polish recipes that you can find at Traditional Polish recipes.
And in this page we have other recipes that we think that you might find interesting. They are those that we have used on our stay in Warsaw, Poland.
If you are not used to the metric system, following a recipe can get a bit confusing. So to start, by printing the simple chart that is in the first page linked here. Put that page in your cookbook or in a convenient place where you can easily reference it.
This is a spaghetti sauce than anyone can make without fear of burning the sauce in the bottom of the pot.
Banana bread is great in its own right. But more than that they make great Christmas gifts. It is very easy to make Banana bread.
Trifle is so easy to make. Just layer goodies in a glass bowl.
This recipe will make two 9 inch sponge cake layers. You can use the results to make a sponge cake or use them to make a wonderful triffle.
Here is a simple page that you can print and put in your cookbook.
Here is a chart that we use and keep near our oven to use when we want to convert temperatures.
Here is a recipe for a delicious and simple to make old fashioned pumpkin pie.
Simple to make and astoundingly good.
This is a very light and delicate cream cheese cake. It is a very special cheesecake for people who enjoy a refined dessert made with that extra special care.
From the Boston Cooking School Cookbook published in 1898 comes this recipe for spice doughnuts.
This recipe comes off an old can of baking powder. Because the cake is so good, I still keep the can.
A no fail way to make creamy rice pudding.
There is nothing easier to make than this homemade vanilla pudding.
This is a very simple recipe for homemade bagels. Bagels have their origin in southern Poland and are quite popular there today.
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