Potato Fried Cakes are very popular on Polish tables. They could be base for a meal, served with meat stew or vegetables, a nice snack by themselves, or served as puddings, with apple or sugar.

‘Krokiety’ with sauerkraut and mushrooms are a traditional Christmas Eve meal, but they are also served for an everyday’s dinner or lunch. They go very well with beetroot soup or mushroom sauce. 

‘Faworki’ /favorki/ are sweet crisp pastry made out of shaped into twisted ribbon dough, deep-fried and sprinkled with icing sugar. They are most commonly eaten in the time of Carnival.

Potato pastries are typical for Polish cuisine. Especially when it comes to utilizing potato leftovers. Even though Pyzy might seem complicated and time consuming at the first sight, in fact they are very easy to prepare. And they’re so yummy, a truly Polish cuisine flavor!