Favorite Czech Meal?

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If you could have only one Czech meal, which of the following would you choose?

Beef goulash with dumplings (Hovězí guláš s knedlíkem)
34
20%
Beef sirloin with dumplings and vegetable cream sauce (Svíčková na smetaně, knedlík)
33
20%
Roast pork, dumplings and sauerkraut (Vepřová pečeně, knedlík, zelí / "vepřo-knedlo-zelo")
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28%
Roasted duck with sauerkraut and dumplings (Pečená kachna se zelím a knedlíkem)
25
15%
Pork schnitzel with mashed potatoes (Smažený vepřový řízek s bramborovou kaší)
16
9%
Other - please tell us in a post in this forum
13
8%
 
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Postby wer » 21-Sep-08 19:05

stepan wrote:Gulas Soup has potatoes, however Gulas does not.

There are many sorts of goulash.
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Postby stepan » 21-Sep-08 20:56

Gulas Soup has potatoes, however Gulas does not.

There are many sorts of goulash.



That is true, however, I must clarify, the beef goulas soup that my mother made, there were potatoes, but the beef gulash she made had NO potatoes.

Segedyn gulas has no potatoes, but has sauerkraut and is made with pork. There was a ground beef gulas that she made (I think she called it Italian Gulas) that had pasta and tomatoes in it.
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Postby Jazyk » 22-Sep-08 1:15

Palačinky! I don't know for sure if it's originally Czech, but my wife, who is Czech, makes them often and I love them.
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Postby girdeaux10 » 08-Oct-08 12:35

Beef goulash with dumplings.

8)
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Postby woyzeck » 07-Jan-09 12:56

jelenin sirloin and gulash jelenin .
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Postby Anthony_Havlicek » 29-Jan-09 23:26

Hmmm where to start....haha :D

I gotta say my favorites are meatball (liver) soup, dumplings with sauerkraut, kolace and these little desserts that resemble mini trdlo with a creamy filling which we refer to as troubičky.

If anzone can help me with the actual czech names of these foods, that would be excellent!

Thanks,
Anthony
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Postby Karel_lerak » 29-Jan-09 23:42

Anthony_Havlicek wrote:Hmmm where to start....haha :D

I gotta say my favorites are meatball (liver) soup,
"polévka s játrovými knedlíčky"
dumplings with sauerkraut
"knedlíky s (kyselým) zelím"
, kolace and these little desserts that resemble mini trdlo with a creamy filling which we refer to as troubičky.
"kremrole" (loan from German) or
"plněné trubičky" (many different types)

If anzone can help me with the actual czech names of these foods, that would be excellent!

Thanks,
Anthony
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Postby Anthony_Havlicek » 30-Jan-09 2:08

Děkuji!
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Postby Karel_lerak » 30-Jan-09 23:24

Anthony_Havlicek wrote:Děkuji!

Není zač! 8)
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Postby scrimshaw » 30-Jan-09 23:44

I've never had czech cooking, so I can't say. I'm sure I would like it.
I liked the restaurants in Germany.
Schnitzel....very good.
Knotwůrst und brotchen
Hranolky s majonézou....french fries with mayonnaise.

Mexican food, always good.....enchiladas, tortillas, tacos, rice and refried beans
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