Polish cuisine is hearty and satisfying. If you can't go to Poland to sample the stews, pirozhki, and pastries, make them yourself at home. These 10 Polish cookbooks are great places to start.
By Michael Baruch. This book is loved by both newcomers to Polish cuisine and those who have been cooking Polish food all their lives. The photographs illustrate dishes in this Polish cookbook beautifully.
By Sophie Hodorowicz Knab. The recipes in this Polish cookbook are accompanied by historical explanations which make the cooking process even more interesting.
By Rysia. 850 recipes from Poland that are arranged categorically - including holiday foods.
By Marianna Olszewska Heberle. This Polish cookbook classic was been reissued with 20 new recipes in 2005. Mouthwatering dishes are easy-to-prepare Polish favorites.
By Marja Ochorowicz-Monatowa. A definitive Polish cookbook. Called The Universal Cookbook
in Poland and is used by Polish cooks. The English version has been adapted for American kitchens. Substitutes are suggested for ingredients uncommon outside of Eastern Europe.
By Hanka Sawka. This memoir-cookbook combines recipes from Hanka's own Polish heritage with illustrations, photographs, and narrative created with cooperation from her husband and daughter.
By Robert Strybel. This Polish cookbook contains over 2,2000 Polish Recipes by one of the best known Polish cookbook authors. Recipes also include "traditional" and "easy" versions of the same dish - so you can choose how to prepare it according to your own budget, time, or level of expertise.
By Alina Zeranska. 500 traditional Polish recipes for everyday meals or holiday feasts are detailed in this 384-page Polish cookbook.
By Danuta Zamojska-Hutchins. This book is full of photographs and tidbits about Polish customs and culture. However, it does not have a great variety of recipes. It may be better as a cofee table book, a simple gift, or a Polish cookbook for the beginner.
A Treasury of Polish Cuisine
offers 53 recipes in both Polish and English. Great for the student of Polish language who loves to cook.