I had to prepare something to take with me to a party. These meat balls (in this size) are really good starters or a buffet “members”. I made them exactly the way my mom makes them. Enjoy!
Today another polish dish called gołąbki (literally pigeons) or cabbage rolls. According to Wikipedia there is an unverified story or myth that the Grand Duke of Lithuania and King of Poland Casimir IV Jagiellon fed his army with gołąbki before a key battle of the Thirteen Years’ War outside of Marienburg Castle (Malbork) against the Teutonic Order around 1465. Polish rumor has it, that victory over the Teutonic Order was partially credited to strength of the hearty meal of gołąbki given to the allied Polish and Prussian troops. The castle was not conquered, though, but turned over later. Whether it’s a myth or not, I really like this dish. My mom makes it with minced meat and rice but one can also add mushrooms to the mix.