Thanks for posting the recipe! They loved it! Will be making this for Thanksgiving luncheon at work!
I baked a Szarlotka using your recipe this past Thanksgiving and it was fabulous! All the best! This was so easy, and so delicious! I made it for my boyfriend, who loves all things apple and all things Polish. Thanks for leaving a comment to let me know! Made this for the first time for my family.
Everyone loves it, will be making this again. Thank you for this delicious dessert.
I would like to make this for my mother who is 96 years old and lives with us. She loves all things apple! Before I get started on this, was wondering if the pan needs to be greased and floured? Thank you for the recipe. I can imagine that it might benefit from being greased and floured; I might try it myself next time. I hope your mum enjoys! My Mum used to make a big savoury mince ball covered with a gnocchi or dumpling outer and served with burnt butter. Does anyone have that sort of recipe??
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Just love this recipe! Have made it several times with wonderful results. I think I just like tall desserts 3 layer cake, anyone? Bet it will turn out delicious.
I may grate some of the apples and slice the some thinly. My boyfriend is Polish and I made this for him as a surprise. He loved it said it reminded him of his mums cooking when he was a child. Brought a little bit of home to someone who is very far from home. My entire Irish family also loved it so much.
Thank you so much for sharing this,cant wait to try your other recipes. I love this recipe! Plain and simple. I have gone ahead and made some slight changes to my version but overall the same recipe. I appreciate you taking the time to let me know. It makes glorious sticky buns. I find that cakes made with oil are much more moist than those made with butter with baking gluten free cakes. Also they stay fresh longer. Hi, I am very eager to try this recipe out! We recently went apple picking and have a LOT of apples. Do you know if the filling freezes well? To thaw, leave the wrapping on and let it sit at room temp for 5 — 6 hours.
Then pop it in a F oven for about 30 minutes. Happy Thanksgiving to you and yours! The way to keep apples is to put them in a cool place where the temperature does not fluctuate. A second refrigerator is perfect. This Polish apple pie may be the perfect dessert dish to bring to my daughter-in-laws family Thanksgiving get together.
Do you suggest that I remove it after cooling or leave it in the spring-form pan for safe traveling? Lois, thanks for sharing this Szarlotka recipe. It will offer so much protection.
Made the szarlotka yesterday. It came out great,popped right out of the springform pan. Taking it to friends for thanksgiving. Thanks for a great,easy recipe.
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Queues for groceries, unfathomable bus timetables, inexplicable traditions and truly bizarre soup? Without a word of Polish, he is plunged into a strange and rapidly changing culture, as the country shakes off its troubled and complex past and faces Five years in the Polish wilderness.
Without a word of Polish, he is plunged into a strange and rapidly changing culture, as the country shakes off its troubled and complex past and faces the challenges of being a part of modern Europe. Tom spent five years dealing with long and freezing winters, lack of good food, loneliness and hardship, as he discovered the misery as well as the joy of Polish life.