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Title: Wodzionka  
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Subject: Silesian cuisine, Staling, History of Silesia, Black noodles, Siemieniotka
Collection: Bread Soups, German Cuisine, Polish Cuisine, Silesian Cuisine, Soups
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Alternative names brotzupa, wodzianka
Type Soup
Main ingredients stale bread, fat (lard or butter), water
Cookbook: Wodzionka 

Wodzionka (Silesian: wodźůnka) or brotzupa is a Silesian soup made from stale bread, fat and water or milk. Traditionally, wodzionka is prepared by soaking two- to three-day-old stale bread in water or broth and adding garlic, bay leaves, pepper and other seasonings, fried bacon, and lard or butter. It was reportedly served in late autumn and winter, when cows had less milk.[1]

See also


  1. ^ Wodzionka - Rural Tour

External links

  • Krakow Post
  • Silesian Cuisine
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