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Q&A: Any cool polish dessert recipes/need easy to make?

Question by Maria: Any cool polish dessert recipes/need easy to make?
Looking for any traditional polish dishes, must be easy to prepare

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Answer by tigerseye402
Well, it may not quite be a dessert, but I have a really good recipe for a Polish bread with anise in it. Message me if you want me to send it to you.

Here’s a link to some dessert recipes:


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Traditional Polish chrusciki recipe?

Question by Renee: Traditional Polish chrusciki recipe?
I’m trying to make traditional Polish chrusciki for my Polish grandpa who lost the recipe long ago. I would love to have a recipe so if you feel comfortable sharing your family recipe, please do. I would like tradtional recipes for chrusciki only.

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Answer by DragnFlyzBaby
Polish Fried Cookies (Chrusciki)

by the Editors of Easy Home Cooking Magazine

Polish Fried Cookies (Chrusciki)Yield: Makes 4 dozen cookiesIngredients: 1cup all-purpose flour
1tablespoon sugar
3large egg yolks
3tablespoons sour cream
1tablespoon vodka or whiskey
Vegetable oil
2-2/3cups powdered sugar

Preparation: 1.Place flour and sugar in medium bowl; stir to combine. Make well in center of flour mixture; add egg yolks, sour cream and vodka. Stir with spoon until soft dough forms.
2.Place dough on lightly floured surface; knead gently until dough is smooth. Form dough into 2 discs; wrap in plastic wrap and refrigerate until firm, 30 minutes or overnight.
3.Working with 1 disc at a time, unwrap dough and place on lightly floured surface. Roll out dough with lightly floured rolling pin to 1/8-inch-thick (12X10-inch) rectangle. Cut dough lengthwise in half; cut each half into 12 strips.
4.Make 1-inch vertical slit down center of each strip. Insert one end of strip through cut to form twist; repeat with remaining strips.
5.Heat oil in large saucepan to 375°F. Place 6 strips at a time into hot oil. Fry about 1 minute or until golden brown, turning cookies once with slotted spoon. Drain on paper towels.
6.Place 1/3 cup powdered sugar in small brown paper bag. Add 6 warm cookies at a time; close bag and shake until cookies are coated with sugar. Repeat with additional sugar and remaining cookies. Cookies are best when served immediately, but can be stored in airtight container 1 day.

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What code will enable searching Polish Wikipedia directly from address bar?

Question by kjsjs: What code will enable searching Polish Wikipedia directly from address bar?
“http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%q” searches English wikipedia directly from address bar. How to modify the code to make Firefox search the Polish Wikipedia?

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Answer by Kevin Lain

http://PL.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cookies not http://EN.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cookies


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Looking for a Traditional Polish Dessert Recipe Can you Help?

Question by anna: Looking for a Traditional Polish Dessert Recipe Can you Help?
Okay so tomorrow my family is having both a Polish Priest and a Philipeano Priest over for dinner my mom is doing the cooking so I do not have to worry about the main course. I want to make them both a dessert that will take them back home. This question is for the Polish dessert.
Here is the link for the Philipeano dessert:
Here is the Link for the Philipeano Dessert question:


P.S. I did them separate so I could give more than one opportunity for points.

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Answer by Allie
Polish Paczki


1 package active dry yeast
1/4 cup warm water
1/3 cup (5 1/3 tablespoons) butter, softened
2/3 cup sugar
1 whole egg
3 egg yolks
1 tablespoon brandy
3/4 teaspoon salt
3 1/2 cups all-purpose flour
1 gallon oil for deep frying
Granulated sugar (optional)
Confectioner’s sugar (optional)
Fruit paste for filling (optional)

Dissolve yeast in warm water and set aside.

In a large bowl, cream together butter and sugar until fluffy. Beat in whole egg, then egg yolks one at a time.

Add brandy, dissolved yeast and salt. Beat until well mixed.

If using a stand mixer, switch to the dough hook attachment and add flour gradually to make a stiff dough. Knead on low speed until smooth and elastic, about 5 minutes. If kneading by hand, knead for about 10 minutes.

Place dough in a greased bowl. Cover and let rise until doubled in bulk, about 1 hour, or follow this Quick Tip to cut the rise time.

Turn dough out onto lightly floured surface. Pat or roll to 1/2-inch thickness. Cut rounds with 3-inch biscuit cutter. Remove scraps and re-roll and re-cut. Cover and let rounds rise until doubled in bulk, 30 minutes or longer.

Heat oil to 375 degrees in large pot or Dutch oven. Fry paczki a few at a time 2 to 3 minutes or until bottom is golden brown. Flip them over and fry another 1 to 2 minutes or until golden brown.

Drain paczki on paper towels and sprinkle with granulated sugar while still warm. Note: You can poke a hole in the side of the paczki and, using a pastry bag squeeze in a dollop of the filling of choice. Then dust filled paczki with granulated sugar, confectioners’ sugar or glaze.

Paczki don’t keep well, so gobble them up the same day you make them or freeze.

5 cups all-purpose flour
4 egg yolks
1 tablespoon baking powder
1 pound shortening
1 cup milk
4 (.25 ounce) packages active dry yeast
1 teaspoon salt
1 cup any flavor fruit jam
1/3 cup confectioners’ sugar for decoration

Directions 1 Warm milk to just above room temperature. Dissolve the yeast in the milk, set aside. In a medium bowl, stir together the flour, salt and baking powder. Cut in the shortening until the mixture is mealy. Stir in the egg yolks and milk mixture. Knead the dough together and then refrigerate overnight. 2 Preheat oven to 350 degrees F (175 degrees C). 3 Dust a clean, dry surface with confectioners’ sugar. Knead the dough for a few minutes. Carefully roll out your dough to 1/4 inch thickness. Cut out circles with a cookie cutter. Place a teaspoon of jam on the center of each circle, fold the dough over, and seal the edge with a fork. 4 Bake for 12 to 15 minutes in the preheated oven. Do not store in an airtight container or they will become soggy.

and lastly, this is really good-
8 cups flour
1 pkg. dry yeast
1 stick of butter or margarine melted
5 eggs
3/4 cup sugar
1 tsp. salt
2 cups of warm milk
1 lb. poppy seed or ground nuts
1 cup sugar
1 1/2 sticks margarine or butter
1 cup milk, hot
1 lemon rind
Combine all filling ingredients and beat well.

Dissolve yeast in 1/2 cup of the warm milk. Combine the flour, sugar, salt and eggs. Add remainder of the milk, butter and yast mixture. Beat until elastic. Sprinkle top with a little flour and cover with a cloth. Let stand in a warm place until double in size. Punch down. Divide the dough into 2 pieces. Put on floured board and roll out into a rectangle. Spread cool filling and sprinkle with raisins. Roll like a jelly roll. Place in greased pan and let stand to rise again. Brush top with margarine or butter bake for 45-60 min in 350 degree oven.

If you dont like these, or they seem too labor intensive (some are quite time consuming), here is a website that may help. They have a ton of stuff. http://www.razzledazzlerecipes.com/ethnic-recipes/polish/index.htm Good Luck

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Chrusciki (Polish Bow Tie Cookies)

Authentic Polish cookies from my Mother’s recipe (Valeria Waszkiewicz)

Alexandra is teaching me how to make sugar cookies as she did them in Poland.

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Can you use regular nail polish on a Konad stamping nail art design plate?

Question by ichigofruit@ymail.com: Can you use regular nail polish on a Konad stamping nail art design plate?
I recently bought some Konad stamping nail art to try, but I’m curious as to whether or not I can use regular polish on the design plates. I understand that Konad polish is more viscous than regular, but would nail polish purchased at a salon, or even Wal-Mart, work the same way?

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Answer by estherxrox
There are some regular nail polishes that work but results may vary..some of the polishes that work are:

* LA Colors Art Deco Nail Art
* Boggi Brites Nail Paint in Pink
* Chanel: Vendetta
* China Glaze nail polishes such as Agent Lavender, Aqua baby, Calypso Blue, Emerald Sparkle, For Audrey, IIV, Midnight Ride, Red Stallion.. work great too..
* Essie: Shorty Pants,
* Finger Paints: Butterscotch Cookie, Easel Come Easel Go, Papier Mache, Silver Sculpture..
* Misa: Dirty Sexy Money, Girl’s Night Out, Heaven White, I Will Survive, Violetta..
* Nubar: Lemon Sorbet, Orange Cream, Pyramid Purple..
* NYC: Skin Tight Denim
* OPI: Alpine Snow, Boris & Natasha, Done Out in Deco, Koala Bear-y, Lincoln Park After Dark, Mod About You, Parlez Vous OPI?, Purple With A Purpose, Rinse Charming..
*Orly: Country Club Khaki, Pointe Blanche, Rock on Red, White Tip
* Sally Hansen: Black, Diamond Strengths 6154-08 Mesmerizing, nsta-Dri Mochachino, Navy Venom, Xtreme Wear Golden Nugget, Xtreme Wear 6213-10 Indigo
* SpaRitual Impression: a true red, Primitive, Surreal, Silver Chrome
* Wet ‘n Wild: Black Creme, French White Creme

Konad’s special polishes are specially formulated to be much much thicker then regular nail polishes (remember, do not use these polishes as a base) and made specially for stamping nail art purposes so you get high quality results each time. however, if you are looking to try out other nail polishes look for nail polishes that are thick, opaque..

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