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Fasola po bretonsku

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Fasola po bretonsku, literally translated as "bean and meat stew from Britanny", popular in Krakow and all over the country and prepared as special occasions food or common main course dish. In Poland, it is usually made with bacon and/or sausage, and is also known as Breton Beans. The origin of the name is still unclear.

Fasola po bretonsku is sold in cans or can be home made. Soaked beans (most often white beans) are used for this dish. Onion is fried along with bacon and tomato paste and ultimately added to the boiled beans. Polish sausages (or any other sausages) are fried in the same pan, in the remaining bacon fat. Fasola po bretonsku is garnished with parsley and served hot with a piece of fresh bread.


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References

Baked beans, en.wikipedia.org

Fasolka po Bretonsku Recipe: Bean and Meat Stew from Britanny, www.seattlepi.com

Fasolka po Bretonsku Recipe: Bean and Meat Stew from Britanny, blogcritics.org