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Tuesday, 9 June 2015

A recipe for Polish gołąbki


The name ”gołąbki” means ”little pigeons” but, of course it has nothing to do with them.
In Poland, many people like eating cooked cabbage. Gołąbki is one of the dishes with cooked cabbage.

You need:
- some cabbage
- 1 onion, 1 carrot, 1 parsley
- some minced meat: may be beef or pork
- some rice
- optional: some tomatoes and tomato paste
- some salt, some pepper, other spices, e.g. marjoram

Boil some rice and mix it with spiced minced meat. Put cabbage leaves into hot water and boil for a coupe of minutes.  Take out the cabbage leaves and put the rice with the meat into the cabbage leaves.  When finished, put your gołąbki into boiling water with a carrot, an onion and a parsely. You can add some tomatoes or tomato paste.
Cook for half an hor and serve with potatoes. Enjoy!

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