World Famous Polish Cakes: Heaven Dessert Experience

By Ravish kumar - March 09, 2018

<p style="text-align: justify;">Polish cuisine is really well known for its world-famous meaty and savory dishes but at the same time it also boasts an impressive array of sweet dishes with some out of the box ingredients like rose jam, cheese and poppy seeds.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">With unavoidable course of time, polish cuisine and its huge variety of desserts have kept on changing. The changes were closely related to different trends and the influences of other countries.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">The desserts of Baroque-era were nicely laced with the anise, saffron, cardamom, turmeric, vanilla, nutmeg and cloves instead of sugar. The most popular cakes of that era include sponge, almond, gingerbread, wheel cakes, old-fashioned macaroons (those were complete different in taste and texture from the Macaroons available today), fruit cakes and cream horns called  ulipki z pianą.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong><a href="https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_Polish_desserts">Polish cakes</a></strong> that we known them today replaced their predecessor in the Enlightenment Era when French reached Poland and gained a huge amount of popularity. The first Pastry shop was opened in Warsaw by Italian and Swiss immigrants. It was also the first time when beverages like tea, coffee came into the menu.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">The golden age of cafes and pastry shops began in the 20th century and the Inter-war period. Coffee shop life flourished and the intellectual and elite class chose them as a place for their meeting and debate.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Today we are just witnessing a slow revival in Polish pastry making and some very well known pastry shops in Poland has brought the old classics back to life. Polish people have remained more fond of traditional polish pastries.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Szarlotka – apple pie<img class="aligncenter wp-image-1639 size-full" src="http://www.swtstech.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/1.jpg" alt="" width="461" height="297" /></strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Apple cake is the staple for the Polish people. In this country, you will find thousands of apple pie recipes. Today apple cakes come with the crisp or half crisp base. These cakes come with the raisins, cloves, and cardamoms. But you can make it in your own way by using the alternatives as everyone has their own recipe. It is a regular dessert menu of most of the cafes and restaurants but you can make it in your own way.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Sernik: Cheese Cake<img class="size-full wp-image-1640 aligncenter" src="http://www.swtstech.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/2.jpg" alt="" width="461" height="347" /></strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify;">This particular staple Polish cheesecake is made with the twarog that resembles cottage cheese, quark or riccota. This particular type of cheese has been used in desserts for hundreds of years. But the sernik that we know today is a completely new invention. This particular dessert dates back to 19th century and there are different ways to make it. It is a baked cake and you can make the base crispy and non-crispy both. These days you will find most of these baked cheesecakes come with the chocolate glazing and vanilla aroma.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Ciasta drożdżowe – Yeast cakes<img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-1641" src="http://www.swtstech.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/3.jpg" alt="" width="461" height="307" /></strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify;">Polish people bake the cake with a lot of yeast. In old Polish recipes, yeast dough was made with as many as 80 yolks. The Babka drożdżowa is a very famous Polish yeast cake. This cake is baked in bundt cake pan. Makowiec is the yeast poppy seed roll spun like a strudel. In many Polish homes, it is also considered as the Christmas cake.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>The Christmas Cake:<img class="aligncenter size-full wp-image-1642" src="http://www.swtstech.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/4.jpg" alt="" width="461" height="347" /></strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify;">When it comes to talking about the Christmas cake, we simply cannot ignore the cake called Kuttia. It is a sweet grained pudding and traditionally it is served in countries like Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, and Russia. After the second world war, when a lot of soldiers emigrated from the former Eastern provinces of Poland, Kuttia gained a huge popularity across the whole country. At that point of it was made with the Kuttia but now it is made with the wheat. The grain is mixed with the ground and boiled poppy seeds, honey, nuts, and raisins.</p> <p style="text-align: justify;"><strong>Author Bio:</strong></p> <p style="text-align: justify;">This post has been shared by <a href="https://www.bakingo.com/?utm_source=shflowerhua.com&amp;utm_medium=bb&amp;utm_campaign=Mar_2018&amp;utm_term=bakingo&amp;utm_content=World_Famous_Polish_Cakes_Heaven_Dessert_Experience">Bakingo</a> that is one of the most popular online cake stores in India. You can easily go for <a href="https://www.bakingo.com/delhi/cake-delivery?utm_source=shflowerhua.com&amp;utm_medium=bb&amp;utm_campaign=Mar_2018&amp;utm_term=cake_delivery_in_Delhi&amp;utm_content=World_Famous_Polish_Cakes_Heaven_Dessert_Experience">cake delivery in Delhi</a>, Bangalore, Gurgaon, Noida and Ghaziabad with the help of Bakingo.</p>

Polish cuisine is really well known for its world-famous meaty and savory dishes but at the same time it also boasts an impressive array of sweet dishes with some out of the box ingredients like rose jam, cheese and poppy seeds.

With unavoidable course of time, polish cuisine and its huge variety of desserts have kept on changing. The changes were closely related to different trends and the influences of other countries.
The desserts of Baroque-era were nicely laced with the anise, saffron, cardamom, turmeric, vanilla, nutmeg and cloves instead of sugar. The most popular cakes of that era include sponge, almond, gingerbread, wheel cakes, old-fashioned macaroons (those were complete different in taste and texture from the Macaroons available today), fruit cakes and cream horns called ulipki z pianą.

Polish cakes that we known them today replaced their predecessor in the Enlightenment Era when French reached Poland and gained a huge amount of popularity. The first Pastry shop was opened in Warsaw by Italian and Swiss immigrants. It was also the first time when beverages like tea, coffee came into the menu.

The golden age of cafes and pastry shops began in the 20th century and the Inter-war period. Coffee shop life flourished and the intellectual and elite class chose them as a place for their meeting and debate.

Today we are just witnessing a slow revival in Polish pastry making and some very well known pastry shops in Poland has brought the old classics back to life. Polish people have remained more fond of traditional polish pastries.



Szarlotka – apple pie

Apple cake is the staple for the Polish people. In this country, you will find thousands of apple pie recipes. Today apple cakes come with the crisp or half crisp base. These cakes come with the raisins, cloves, and cardamoms. But you can make it in your own way by using the alternatives as everyone has their own recipe. It is a regular dessert menu of most of the cafes and restaurants but you can make it in your own way.


Sernik: Cheese Cake

This particular staple Polish cheesecake is made with the twarog that resembles cottage cheese, quark or riccota. This particular type of cheese has been used in desserts for hundreds of years. But the sernik that we know today is a completely new invention. This particular dessert dates back to 19th century and there are different ways to make it. It is a baked cake and you can make the base crispy and non-crispy both. These days you will find most of these baked cheesecakes come with the chocolate glazing and vanilla aroma.

Ciasta drożdżowe – Yeast cakes


Polish people bake the cake with a lot of yeast. In old Polish recipes, yeast dough was made with as many as 80 yolks. The Babka drożdżowa is a very famous Polish yeast cake. This cake is baked in bundt cake pan. Makowiec is the yeast poppy seed roll spun like a strudel. In many Polish homes, it is also considered as the Christmas cake.


The Christmas Cake:

When it comes to talking about the Christmas cake, we simply cannot ignore the cake called Kuttia. It is a sweet grained pudding and traditionally it is served in countries like Ukraine, Belarus, Lithuania, and Russia. After the second world war, when a lot of soldiers emigrated from the former Eastern provinces of Poland, Kuttia gained a huge popularity across the whole country. At that point of it was made with the Kuttia but now it is made with the wheat. The grain is mixed with the ground and boiled poppy seeds, honey, nuts, and raisins.

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