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michaelreeves

Find Recipe- Polish Dinner Rolls

Hi All,

I'm on the hunt for a traditonal Polish dinner roll. I had these rolls when I was in Warsaw, Poland and can't seem to find a recipe or a name for the rolls to search by. The name for these rolls in Polish translate to rolls/bun, I've tried searching the Polish word with no luck. I did find a picture of some rolls that look like the ones I want.

They have a pale skin with a medium gloss, they are soft rolls with an air pocket in the middle, and are usually dipped in poppy seeds, sesame seeds, or left plain.

 

I'm sorry I don't have any other information regarding the rolls. Hopefully it's enough.

 

Thanks,

 

Mike

 The poppy seed rolls on the bottom left are the ones.

 

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Floydm

Are you talking about bułki? Something like these?  My wife just hit the Polish market here today and picked some up.  I was actually hoping to taste them tonight and see if I could make something similar in the next couple of days.

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SonyaBakes

I will search for you by using their google and switching languages, but need the correct name.

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SonyaBakes

I just went to google.pl/ and used their google to find pics and recipes. I then translated them using google translator. They are called bulki as Floyd mentioned. If you have trouble doing this, at least see if the image is correct, as a lot of different pictures and recipes came up. I will then get you a recipe based on what closely matches to the picture. Just go to google.pl/ and type in bulki . Then once it comes up, look at the top of the page and click grafika. That would take you to different pictures and recipes. I then would copy a recipe and use google translate

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michaelreeves

Bułki is the correct word. I appreciate all of the help. I'll let all of you know if I find something.

 

Thanks,

 

Mike