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wiejska sausage -do you cook it?

tessapilipczuk   Jul 3, 2007, 08:41am /  #1
I love Wiejska sausage.I buy it from a supermarket and cut the casing off then eat it? am i surpose to cook it first?what other polish sausages taste good-please tell me which ones to cook and ones i can eat cold! thanks,Tessa

Grzegorz_   Jul 3, 2007, 09:06am /  #2
Quoting: tessapilipczuk
am i surpose to cook it first?

Rather not. Kiełbasa myśliwska and kabanosy are also good.

Shawn_H   Jul 3, 2007, 11:27am /  #3
Quoting: Grzegorz_

Finished the last piece in the house at lunch.... mmmmmm

ukinpoland   Jul 3, 2007, 11:34am /  #4
Quoting: tessapilipczuk
am i surpose to cook it first?

I love cutting it into smalli pieces and frying it for a small amount of time with onions and then adding it to scrambled egg. Polish specialty im told. Best breakfast along with a bacon and egg sandwich(plus HP sauce, damn I miss that stuff,)

regionpolski   Jul 4, 2007, 11:11am /  #5
Any smoked sausage doesn't have to be cooked, although cooking can bring out additional flavor. I cook weijska. I don't cook swojska. I never cook kabanos. I cook weiselna.

Eurola   Jul 4, 2007, 12:39pm /  #6
I see, regionp that you got the names under control :) How about the "white" uncooked polish sausage? I love making it with peepers, onions and mushrooms in a tomato sauce, kind of italian style. Ask your wife to make it, or better yet, make it yourself... Delicioso.
Any of the sausages mentioned can be put on the grill and today is the day! I hope it will not rain this afternoon.

regionpolski   Jul 4, 2007, 01:34pm /  #7
My wife makes white borscht. She puts fresh sausage in several soups. I love to just eat sausage sandwiches. Nothing says Sunday afternoon quite like the aroma of freshly baked sausage.

Eurola   Jul 4, 2007, 01:39pm /  #8
Oh, oh, another polish custom died in The US... No more rosol and schabowy for sunday dinner? lol. Anyway, the aroma of baked/pan fried/boiled/grilled sasuage...can't beat it. I'm getting hungry.

regionpolski   Jul 4, 2007, 02:59pm /  #9
I'm fourth generation. I just figured Polish sausage was as authentic as it got. My wife, upon reading your post, now tells me about pork. I'm all for it.

gemmie   Jul 31, 2007, 06:26am /  #10
I eat them cold as soon as i brought them yum yum

tomek123   Aug 2, 2007, 09:16am /  #11
I was at a Polish deli with my mom and some Americans were asking the woman at the counter if they could grill kabanosy and my mom almost had a heard attack.

Zgubiony   Aug 2, 2007, 09:19am /  #12
Quoting: tomek123
my mom almost had a heard attack

Why? Is she ok?

tomek123   Aug 2, 2007, 10:16am /  #13
She was shocked that someone whould even think to put the very dry kabanosy on the grill. :)

Zgubiony   Aug 2, 2007, 10:19am /  #14
You can grill Kabanosy :) Some prefer not to because of it's dryness, but you can grill it. Some people marinate it then grill it.

Do you find it unusual that a foreigner isn't familiar?

krysia   Aug 2, 2007, 10:21am /  #15
Hey, you can grill anything that's grillable!!!

Zgubiony   Aug 2, 2007, 10:22am /  #16
Quoting: krysia
Hey, you can grill anything that's grillable!!!

That's right Krysia :)

Lady in red   Aug 2, 2007, 01:18pm /  #17
Quoting: Zgubiony
That's right Krysia :)

Lol. What would we do without our friendly moderator :)

Nice one.

plk123   Aug 30, 2007, 12:32am /  #18
Quoting: krysia
Hey, you can grill anything that's grillable!!!

and you can deep fry things that aren't even edible.. deep fried twinkies for instance. lol

plk123   Aug 30, 2007, 12:51am /  #19
btw. all sausage can be cooked again although i don't think i have ever seen krakowska or the like heated.

the white sausage has to be cooked though. it is raw at the store. personally i love it in white borscht.

besides that all others can be eaten as they are.. even kiszka.

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