Parówki - Breakfast Wieners
Parówki - Breakfast Wieners One of the most popular foods typically found on the Polish breakfast table are “parówki”(“parówka” singular). These light Polish sausage links have a fine texture and taste. Similar to a hot dog but softer in taste, they are traditionally boiled in hot water and often served for breakfast with a side of scrambled eggs. When they are placed on the plate they are known to emit steam (“para” in Polish) and thus the name, “parówka.” These parówki/wieners are made according to a classic Polish recipe. They contain only select cuts of veal and pork, ground very fine, gently seasoned and lightly smoked. The result - a “parówka” that is meaty, delicately flavored and downright delicious!
Though parówki are most commonly enjoyed for breakfast, they can also make a great lunch or supper meal. Enjoy them with a slice of your favorite Polish bread and condiments!
Weight: approx 1lb. The freshness of sausages is not affected if vacuum pack unseals during transit. This is sometimes caused by the moisture of the sausages.
Veal wieners contain a natural casing so don't remove their skins before cooking as this will allow the fat and juices to drain and lose moisture. Cook them slowly and keep your sausage links moist. Remove wieners from pot, wait couple minutes and serve.
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