What to eat in Poland in Poland

Meat is central ingredient in many Polish dishes; however, the cuisine also incorporates a wide range of locally grown vegetables, fragrant spices and tasty herbs. The best way to describe Polish food is hearty. It can often be heavy on butter, cream and eggs, resulting in dishes that are the dictionary-definition of comforting soul food.

The best Polish food that you simply must try on your trip to the country includes pierogi (sweet or savoury dough dumplings), bigos (chopped meat stewed with fresh cabbage), sour cucumber soup (made from salted cucumbers and potato), golabki (cabbage rolls filled with meat or chopped onions) and zrazy (a hearty meat roulade). These local dishes are some of the most Popular Polish food which you should not miss.

Every good meal must be accompanied by a local beverage, and the traditional Polish beverages include mead, beer and vodka. Tea is also a very popular drink in Poland, as is buttermilk, kefir and soured milk.

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