Video Recipe: Polish Hunter’s Stew {Bigos}

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Polish Hunter’s Stew “Bigos”

In this video I will be teaching you how to make a popular Polish dish called “bigos”, a mixture of sauerkraut, mushrooms, smoked meats and spices. Bigos can be made with a variety of meats, game or leftover roasts.

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Link to recipe here: Polish Hunter’s Stew {Bigos}.

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Anna

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3 Comments

  1. Made this yesterday, and had a bowl for dinner. It was good, but the sauerkraut was very bright, almost overwhelming. I was a little disappointed, but I did as instructed and refrigerated it overnight and cooked it for several more hours on low heat today and holy guacamole! I was apprehensive that the overnight cool and recook would make such a huge difference. I’m down with stews and chilis tasting better the next day, but this was an out of this world transformation! The sauerkraut flavor was there, but mellowed out, and the brightness of the tomato and onion had come to join it in the wings while the meat was center stage.

    You’re teaching me a LOT about the food of my heritage, can’t wait to start delving into the rest!

  2. I live in Wyoming and every year we have a picnic honoring the coal miners that came here from other counties to work in the coal mines in the very early 1900’s. There was a huge Polish population that came here from Poland so our picnic is mostly attended by our Polish community as most of the community here are decedents of those original miners. It’s a pot luck and I always bring an electric roaster full of bigos. It’s always a hit alongside the electric roaster full of golabki my sister brings. We’re the only two that bring the traditional Polish foods. Our organizing group provides Polish sausage made by descendants of the original Polish family that provided the Polish community with all the traditional Polish meats. Bigos is a main stay in our house and your recipe is amazing!

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