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Lazanki recipe request please....

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  ♀ Apr 3, 2010, 08:49am  #

Good day,

I am looking for a recipe that includes a type of noodle, cabbage, bacon, butter (and can include sausage). I know the name of it...unfortunately I don't know how to spell it in Polish. I had the dish when I visited Poland last year. I have such a craving for it lately. :)

Thank you in advance for your help!

Kind regards,

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  ♂ Apr 3, 2010, 10:28am  #



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  ♀ Apr 3, 2010, 10:34am  #


Aaaaaaand the winner iiiisssssssss..... ;)))

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  ♂ Apr 3, 2010, 10:34am  #


* 1 small head of cabbage; shredded
* 1/2 pound(s) egg noodles
* 1/4 pound(s) fat back; diced
* Salt & pepper to taste


* Cook the cabbage in water until soft, approximately 10 minutes.
* Drain well.
* Cook the egg noodles according to package directions.
* Drain.
* In a frying pan, saute the fat back until well browned.
* Drain most of the fat away.
* Add the cooked cabbage and noodles to the sauteed fat back in the pan and toss together.
* Season with salt and pepper to taste.
* Heat through gently about 5 minutes and serve.
* Serve with grilled kielbasa or any spicy sausage.

from here

Smacznego! :)

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  ♀ Apr 3, 2010, 11:12am  #


I'm watching the blessing of swieconkas in Krakow in TV now. Is there yours too ? "))

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  ♂ Apr 3, 2010, 02:27pm  #

I don't have a T.V. but I see people going to church with their baskets :)

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  ♀ Apr 3, 2010, 07:27pm  #

Dziękuję bardzo!

I'm off to the grocery store to pick up the ingredients!



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  ♂ Apr 3, 2010, 08:03pm  #

Łazanki is quite simple. I had it the other day from a quality shop on the market square.

I love the pasta, a little softer than al dente and very versatile. Ham or bacon can be used. Soft ham is really nice. The mixed is interlaced with cabbage and has pimentos too. Bay leaves can be added for extra taste.

polishmama   Nov 30, 2010, 08:27pm  #

I have a delicious recipe for Lazanki with Turkey if you are interested. Search for Polish Mama on the Prairie and Turkey Lazanki. Smacznego!

Polonius3 Threads: 1,284
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  ♂ Dec 1, 2010, 06:58pm  #

Shown here are not łazanki (noodle squares) but farfalle, bow-shaped pasta. Not that the flavour is any different. The Italians seem to have dozens or maybe scores of different types of pasta mostly differing mainly in size and shape.

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  ♂ Dec 1, 2010, 09:04pm  #

Here are łazanki

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