Polish Sausages and Kielbasa
We offer a variety of made-fresh Polish sausages for family dinners, outdoor gatherings (BBQ, wedding, birthday party) and holiday dinners. When it comes to sausages, there are many different varieties. Kielbasa can be served in many different ways such as grilled, boiled, baked, in soups, stews, and casseroles with a side of vegetables or potato dumplings.
Dry Kielbasa is similar to salami
Dry Kielbasa is similar to salami or beef sticks. It is aged and flavorful, often enjoyed with cheese and crackers. Kabanosy is another type of Kielbasa shaped in long thin sticks. These are perfect for snacking on the go, or in a lunch box with some cheese and fruit.
Another popular type of Polish
Another popular type of Polish sausages are Kiszka, which is made from a combination of pork, pig’s blood, and rice or buckwheat. Polish blood sausage is very popular in many countries, and is often served for breakfast with eggs and toast.