Poland a country of boundless forests, expansive fields of corn and rivers.Poland's specialty is kasza, groats. They are made from several different types of grain, barley, oats, millet, maize and buckwheat. Kasha is eaten at all levels of society, it can be found upon the tables of the wealthy as it can be upon the tables of poor. Buckwheat kasha from Cracow is well known as finest and most delicious.
- 1 cup buckwheat groats
- 1 cup pearl barley
- 1/2 cup (100 g ) butter
- 300 g onions, peeled and well chopped
- 5 cups bouillon (beef broth)
Cook the pearl barley in a small saucepan in the remaining bouillon. drain and mix with the groats. Melt remaining half butter in a skillet and fry onions until they are transparent and stir into the kasha. Mix everything together well and season.
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