In the past few years British supermarkets have started stocking a lot more authentic Polish foods as a result of Polish people emigrating here. I have no complaints about this as all the foods I’ve tried so far have been great quality and good value too and it’s awesome to have all the new choices. Kabanos are great for lunch as you can just chop them up into chunks, put them in a sandwich or a salad, dip them in stuff, or just snack on them by themself.
On this occasion, I dunked them into a tzatziki-like dip I made, along with some cucumber and celery. For the dip I used a ready-made tzatziki seasoning I got in Greece (which I think is mostly garlic powder and dried mint), and mixed in into smetana. Smetana is an Eastern European version of sour cream but I found that it was slightly more creamy and slightly less sour than regular sour cream which made it perfect for the dip.
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