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    Opolskie cuisine

    The Opolskie region is a unique one, as its traditions and cultures are the results of the mixture of Polish, German, Czech, and Silesian influences. This peculiar cultural melting pot allowed for the development of a unique culture with its dialect, folk costumes, and cuisine.

    The Opolskie Voivodeship is located in southwestern Poland. It borders the Czech Republic and four Polish provinces of Silesia, Łódź, Wielkopolska, and Lower Silesia


    The Opole region is such an interesting and unique place to visit also because of its unique cuisine. Residents of the region are keen to cultivate old traditions and events. As a result of the constant mixing of various influences in the region, the Opole voivodeship abounds in many characteristic dishes and products. Here, we can find Silesian, Czech, and borderland flavors. Products distinguished by their original recipe and unique taste.


    Examples of traditional dishes:

    – Opole beef roulade,

    – Kartoffelsalat,

    – pańćkraut with ribs,

    – fatback cookies,

    – crayfish soup,

    – pranzunki or prandzonki.


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