This Polish staple is a thin-skinned dumpling resembling ravioli. Sauerkraut, meat and mushrooms are typical fillings, but expect to chow down on endless varieties during your stay.
This hearty and traditional meat stew is based on sauerkraut, fresh cabbage, mushrooms and kiełbasa, with a changing cast of additional ingredients. Mashed potato is the usual accompaniment, but rye bread works well too.
This clear chicken soup is the most popular in the country. Simple and delicious, it's made with leeks, carrot, onion and parsley and served with homemade noodles.
These grated potato pancakes are popular throughout the country. They often contain onion, parsnips and other vegetables, and are fried until golden and delightfully crisp.
Behold, your new favourite dessert. These traditional Polish delights are similar to doughnuts, with plum or rose -hip jam as typical fillings.