Posts Tagged ‘Imported Polish Beer’


Polish Super Bowl Recipes Utica NY

Monday, January 27th, 2014

The Pulaski Meat Market in Utica NY has all your Super Bowl Party Favorites.

Here is our recipe line up for this years big day!

Picture of Pulaski Meat Market Super Bowl Foods 2014

Polska Sandwich

Sliced Pulaski Roast Pork
Sliced Pulaski Ham
Sliced Imported Polish Cheese
Krakus Imported Polish Dill Pickles
Tarnowski Bread
Mustard

Layer pork, ham,and cheese on tarnowski bread spread with mustard
top with sliced pickles, cover with bread. Butter top and bottom of sandwich
with butter and cook on a panini grill or in a frying pan until golden brown.

Pulaski Pizza

Italian Sub Roll
Sliced Mushrooms
Sliced Onion
Butter
Pulaski Fresh Kielbasa
Sliced Imported Polish Cheese

Sautee onions and mushrooms in seperate pans until caramelized.
Remove casing from fresh kielbasa and fry until browned.
Slice bread length wise and spread with butter, place bread buttered side up on baking sheet.
Top with mushrooms, onions, kielbasa and cheese, bake 350 F 15 minutes until bread is crunchy  and cheese begins to brown. Top with ketchup as desired.

Polskaletta Sandwich

Italian Sub Roll
Sliced Genoa Salami
Sliced Pulaski Ham
Sliced Pulaski Rollade
Sliced Danish Butter Cheese
Sliced Imported Polish Cheese
Salatka Krolewska

Slice bread in half length wise put a layer of pickled salad on bottom slice of bread. Layer ham, butter cheese, rollade, Polish cheese, and salami and top with picked salad and bread.

Pulaski Little Piggies

Pulaski Smoked Kielbasa
Pulaski Smoked Bacon
Brown Sugar

Slice kielbasa into 1″ peices wrap with bacon strip use toothpick to hold bacon.
Bake 350 F 20 minutes remove from oven sprinkle with brown sugar return to oven
for 10 to 15 minutes until browned.

Make Sure to stop by the Pulaski Meat Market and stock up for Game Day! We have everything you need to make these delicious recipes.

We have the best selection of Imported Polish Beers in Central New York. Treat your guests to the best homemade kielbasa and cold cuts.

Celebrate May 5th – Cinco de Mayo Polish Style in Utica NY

Tuesday, April 30th, 2013


Starting the first weekend in May with a party is a great idea, don’t you think?

This year, celebrate Cinco de Mayo by drinking Imported Polish Beer and enjoying Polish style Quesadillas with BBQ Kielbasa!

We have some great recipes for you!

The Pulaski Meat Market has the largest selection of imported Polish Beer, Polish Cheeses, and Polish Mustards in Central New York for making Sauerkraut Quesadillas and BBQ Kielbasa for your Cinco de Mayo Party.

Stop by the Pulaski Meat Market for all your Polish Style Cinco de Mayo recipe ingredients today.

Polish Cheeses

Podlaski Cheese
Królewski Cheese
Adamski Cheese
Morski Cheese
Salami Cheese
Adam Rycki Cheese
Gouda Cheese

Polish Beer
Polish Beer Selection
Zywiec Beer
Zywiec Porter
Tyskie Beer
Warka Beer
Tartra Beer
Skopska beer
Perta Beer

Polish Mustards
Bottle of Pulaski Stone Ground Mustard
Pulaski Polish Style Stone Ground Mustard
Cracovia Hot Mustard
Kamis Delukatesowa Mustard
Kamis Rosyjska Mustard
Kosciusko Mustard
Kielecka Mustard
Krakus Mild Mustard
Krakus Hot Mustard

BBQ Kielbasa Appetizers
BBQ Kielbasa Appetizer
2 Lbs Smoked Polish Kielbasa or smoked Turkey Kielbasa
18 oz of your favorite Polish beer
18 oz of your favorite BBQ sauce
1/4 cup Pulaski Polish Style Mustard
1/3 cup brown sugar

Slice Kielbasa into bite sized pieces.
Combine remaining ingredients in a pan or crock pot, add kielbasa and simmer 20 – 30 minutes.
Serve with Sauerkraut Quesadillas and Imported Polish beer!

Sauerkraut Quesadilla Appetizers
Sauerkraut Quesadillas on plate

Flour Tortillas
Polish Cheese
Polish Mustard

Spread Polish Mustard on flour tortilla, top with layer of polish cheese then layer of prepared sauerkraut, top with more Polish Cheese and cover with mustard coated tortilla, mustard side down.

Place in 400°F oven on baking sheet or preheated pizza stone until cheese melts, remove from oven and slice into wedges. Serve with BBQ Kielbasa and Polish Beer!

Prepared Sauerkraut

Bag of Sauerkraut
1/2 stick Butter
1/2 Medium onion diced
Salt & Pepper

Empty bag of sauerkraut into pot, cover with water and simmer about 20 minutes until tender.
Drain in colander and rinse until desired sourness, press out excess water.
Chop ½ medium onion, sauté in butter until onions brown at the edges.
Add drained sauerkraut to butter and onions in pan, add salt and black pepper to taste.