10 Polish Dishes to Serve at Your Next Super Bowl Party

Are you a football fan? Do you prepare and treat your family and friends to a spread of delicious, party-friendly favorites? If you’re planning on it, here are some ideas for a Polish-ed menu that will show off your Polish pride and invite a little bit of your heritage into your Polish home. Show them how it’s done and serve up some originals! I promise they will love it!

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1. Pierogi

Pierogi is an obvious choice, as it should be. There is a vast variety, they are portable AND every reason is a good reason to eat pierogi. Meat, potato and cheese, sauerkraut and mushrooms or even fruit pierogi. There are many to choose from. They can be prepared ahead of time and reheated before serving.

2. Sauerkraut and Mushroom Hand Pies {Paszteciki} 

A mixture of sauerkraut and mushrooms wrapped around in a soft yeast dough, baked to golden brown. They do well served cold or hot so you can prep ahead of time and keep your eyes on the game.

3. Fish Dip {Pasta Rybna}

This fish dip is fragrant, slightly garlicky, smooth and delicious. It can be enjoyed with crackers or toast made of thinly sliced bagel or baguette toast.

Polish salmon spread, easy fish dip, great party food.

4. Polish Meatballs {Pulpety}

Savory beef and pork meatballs in an irresistible creamy gravy. You can also make this ahead of time, place in a crock pot to keep warm. I suggest you make a double batch. They will go fast.

5. Polish Meat Patties {Mielone}

I’d suggest to make these fried meat patties smaller, or in a form of a meatball. Place a container of toothpicks next to them and see them disappear. 

6. Beef Shish Kebobs {Szaszłyki}

Grill masters out there, this one is for you. A combination of smoky bacon, charred onion and aromatic meat makes a great combination of sweet and savory. Substitute beef for chicken, if you prefer.

7. Polish Deviled Eggs – 4 Ways {Jaja Faszerowane}

We all know that deviled eggs are always a HUGE hit. I’m presenting to you 4 recipes for deviled eggs Polish way. I’m sure you will find at least one to make for the big day.

8. Hunter’s Stew {Bigos}

Because every Polish party is not a party without a pot of bigos. Sauerkraut and mushroom mixture, spiked with your favorite meat, beef, pork or sausage. Stick in a crock pot and enjoy the game.

9. Polish Veggie Salad {Sałatka Jarzynowa}

Another Polish classic always served at parties. Mixture of potatoes, carrots, pickles, onions and eggs will put the classic potato salad to shame.

10. Spiced Beer {Grzaniec}

Grzaniec is hot beer spiced with cloves and sweetened with honey. This will come in handy if you’re spending some time in the cold outdoors. Fill the thermos and pass it around.

Polish your kitchen my hungry friends and send me some pix of your creations! Happy cooking!











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