Biala - Fresh Polish Sausage
Polish white sausage or, "Biala Kielbasa," is one of the most recognizable types of Polish sausge. Enjoyed all around Poland and Polish homes around the world, it is enjoyed cooked, baked, grilled and often added to soups and stews. Our fresh biala sausage has all the flavor and tradition you would expect from this staple Polish deli product - fresh, uncooked and non-smoked, it is made from selected cuts of tender pork, with a little beef or veal added for the body. It is seasoned with salt, garlic and sometimes touches of marjoram. In Polish families around the globe, biala kielbasa is a traditional Easter treat, although it is good enjoyed anytime. It must be boiled before it is consumed. After cooking, it may be eaten hot or cold. It may also be cooked in soup, and added to various other dishes. It pairs very well with grated horseradish, brown Polish-style mustard and cwikla. Polish dill pickles and pickled mushrooms are also excellent accompaniments, as is a good, hearty Polish-style rye bread.
Ingredients: Pork, Salt, Garlic and Natural Flavors
Way to defrost: The product comes in a sealed, vacuum package. For best results, allow meat to fully thaw in your refrigerator.
Preparation: Fresh Biala Sausage is a raw product that needs to be cooked, grilled or baked. For best sausage quality please cut open the vacuum pack and let sausage defrost slowly in the refrigerator. Once sausage has defrosted we recommend pan frying, grilling or baking it based on your favorite recipes.
Tip from Polana: our fresh biala pairs very well with caramelized onions, garlic and/or sautéed mushrooms and best enjoyed with one of our polish mustards.
IMPORTANT: The freshness of sausages is not affected if vacuum pack unseals during transit. This is sometimes caused by the moisture of the sausages.
Weight: approx 1.5lb.
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