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Polish Wild Mushroom Soup Recipe: Zupa Grzybowa

Typically served for Christmas Eve dinner in Poland, Zupa Grzybowa is a traditional Polish wild mushroom soup that can be made with fresh or dried mushrooms. What’s Different About Zupa Grzybowa? Zupa Grzybowa is a hearty vegetarian Polish dish that was supposed to have been popularized by the people from Masovia but is eaten all …

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Kapusta z Grzybami: Sauerkraut with Mushrooms Recipe

Often eaten at the Christmas Eve dinner, this Polish sauerkraut and mushrooms dish is fairly easy to make. Known as kapusta or kapusta z grzybami, it’s also used as a filling for pierogi or krokiety. What Is Kapusta? Kapusta is a traditional Polish dish made by frying sauerkraut with mushrooms and onions. Traditionally, the mushrooms …

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Traditional Polish Kapusniak Soup Recipe

Kapusniak is a wholesome and filling Polish soup made from sauerkraut or fermented cabbage, carrots, and potatoes. Eaten meatless during the season of Lent, the soup can include smoked bacon, pork ribs, and kielbasa at other times. It’s All About The Cabbage! Cabbage as a species has been grown in Europe since 1000 BC, but …

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Mexican Shrimp Tacos – Tacos de Camarones

Tacos de Camarones or Mexican Shrimp Tacos are so easy to make. Garlic flavors the shrimp before it’s mixed with creamy chipotle sauce, layered on a taco, and topped with salsa fresca, queso, sliced avocados, and lime! Bite into the tacos de camarones and it’s the garlic that hits you first! After the garlic, you’ll …

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Italian Stuffed Mushrooms Recipe

Not just magical, mushrooms stuffed with cheese, bacon, and mashed potatoes are the perfect crowd-pleasing appetizer for your dinner parties. Garnished with pepper, garlic, and fresh herbs, there won’t be one left behind! The day you need a quick side dish or an impressive appetizer that you can prepare just like that, think mushrooms! Not …

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Authentic Homemade Mexican Guacamole

Guacamole or “guac” is a smooth dip made of buttery avocados, red onions, tomatoes, cilantro and lime. Creamy, fresh, and flavorful, it’s easy to make at home as a breakfast spread or side dish for dinner too! What is guacamole? Where did Guacamole originate? The Aztecs have been making guacamole for centuries. Of course, at …

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Mexican Style Shrimp Ceviche

Fresh lime and shrimp mix with veggies to form the best Mexican shrimp ceviche! Raw food never tasted this good! Raw fish or shrimp cured in lime or lemon juice and seasoned with spicy peppers is a popular Latin American appetizer. Also called seviche, sebiche, cebiche, serbiche, or cerbiche, the first documented mention of ceviche …

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Polish Vegetable Salad: Jarzynowa Recipe

The vegetable salad is a flagship dish of Polish cuisine and everyone has their own proven way of preparing it. This mouth-watering version of the Russian Salad or Polish potato salad called Jarzynowa Salad is Pyszne! That means Yum! Who Invented the Vegetable Salad? Lucien Olivier, a Russian chef of Belgian origin, made this salad …

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Gluten-Free Almond Flour Bagels

Dense inside and crusty on the outside, bagels are the perfect breakfast or snack! But these almond flour bagels are gluten free too! A round doughnut-shaped yeast bread, the dense bagel is a Jewish specialty that’s eaten usually eaten for breakfast or lunch. But long before the early 1900s when the bagel became popular in …

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