Beef Blood Kiszka - Kaszanka

Kiszka - 1 ring per package

Product #358
Weight: 0.88 lbs

Availability: In stock


Beef Blood Kiszka - Kaszanka

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Who stole the kiszka? Nobody stole our kiszka, we have plenty of it! You may order all the kiszka you want from Polana, and we’ll ship it to your home. We give you our word that it will be the best tasting one you ever tried. It is stuffed with a filling made from a combination of meat and grain so it has meaty, delicate and unique flavor. Kiszka can be eaten cold, but traditionally it is either fried or grilled with some onions and then served with potato and sauerkraut. Grilling adds a wonderful flavor to Kiszka and is a favorite cooking method especially in the summer. Do not pierce the skins. Cook over a low flame using a gas grill, and cook slowly to prevent the skins from bursting. For a charcoal grill, wait until the charcoal has some white ash and is not too hot. You can cook with your grill’s lid down to heat the sausages through.

Sautéed Onions and Kaszanka: 2 medium sized yellow onions, 1 pound fresh Kiszka, 1 tablespoon olive oil, salt and pepper as per taste

Prepare the onions first by peeling and making thin slices. Preheat a thick skillet over medium high heat setting and add olive oil. While oil becomes hot and sauté onions. Stir and continue cooking till onions are lightly browned. Reduce heat and sliced 0.5 inch thick kiszka slices. Cook sautéed onions and Kiszka until there is no moisture left. Serve with Rye Bread or Mashed Potato.

Due to natural casing weight of each ring varies  8 oz - 1 lb

For best results, allow meat to fully thaw in your refrigerator.

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