Try this Polish Easter Soup (Zurek Wielkanocny) recipe, or contribute your own.
This year The Cook & Kitchen Staff are taking you to Poland to celebrate a Polish Easter. If you had the good fortune of being born into a Polish family, then youre already familiar with the traditions with which a loving, caring Polish family will celebrate the holiday. If not, you can still serve a phenomenal Polish Easter Feast. Just to have a little fun at your Polish Easter Feast, why not teach your guests a little Polish? As each course is served, get your guests to say "please" ("prosz?e"; pronounced "prosheh") and "thank you" ("dzi?ekuj?e"; pronounced "dzhenykooyeh") at the commencement and close of each service. Todays recipe is a must-serve at your Polish Easter Feast. It is filled with tradition and wholesome goodness. Well let you work out the pronunciation on your own. In a large mixing bowl, combine the oats with the two cups of warm water. Add the bread crust and cover with a towel. Let the mixture stand until it sours, at least 24 hours. Strain the mixture and reserve the liquid. Cook Polish sausage in 1 1/2 quarts water for about 1 hour. Remove the sausage to cool, and skim the fat from the broth. Combine the skimmed broth and oatmeal liquid. Add horseradish, brown sugar, and salt and pepper. Slice the sausage into small, bite-sized pieces, and add to the broth. Bring the mixture to a boil over a medium-high heat setting. Reduce the heat and simmer until youre ready to serve, about an hour. Posted to firstname.lastname@example.org by Recipe-a-Day
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