Noodles with Poppy Seeds/Kluski z Makiem


Noodles with Poppy Seeds/Kluski z Makiem
In Poland, this wonderful dish is traditionally eaten only on Christmas Eve. It is just one of up to twelve courses served after a day of fasting.


        16 oz. egg noodles
        1 12½-oz. can poppy seed pastry
        4 tbsp. honey
        1 c. heavy cream or half and half
        ½ c. golden raisins*
        2 tbsp. butter or margarine.

*Golden raisins are made from the same kind of grapes as dark raisins but are generally larger and juicier. Look for golden raisins at your local supermarket.


1. Cook noodles in boiling water, following directions on package.

2. Meanwhile, combine poppy seed filling, honey, and cream in a mixing bowl and stir until smooth. Stir in raisins.

3. Melt butter in double boiler or a medium-sized saucepan. Add poppy seed mixture and heat thoroughly.

4. Pour poppy seed mixture over hot, drained noodles and serve immediately.

Food: Noodles with Poppy Seeds/Kluski z Makiem

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