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What can you find in a Polish kitchen? Posted by on Jun 6, 2018 in cooking, Phrases

Food, cooking, kitchen…no matter where you are, everything spins around the kitchen, right? We have to eat to live! That’s why any time you travel, move, visit anyone, a lot of times conversations end up in this very important part of the house – kitchen!

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Let’s say you want to prepare a meal or help your friend in the kitchen. This list of the words may come in pretty handy!

a cup – filiżanka

a dish – naczynie

a baking tray – forma do pieczenia

a bowl – miska

spoons – łyżki

forks – widelce

a bottle opener – otwieracz do butelek

pot – garnek

a frying pan – patelnia

a tin opener – otwieracz do puszek

a casserole dish – naczynie żaroodporne

a saucer – spodek, soserka

a mug – kubek

knives – noże

corkscrew – korkociąg

chopsticks – pałeczki

drawer – szuflada

tray – taca

napkins – serwetki

plate – talerz

milk jug – dzbanek na mleko

serving dish – półmisek

sugar bowl – cukierniczka

dessert spoon – łyżeczka deserowa

freezer – zamrażarka

post-it notes – karteczki samoprzylepne

fridge magnets – magnesy na lodówkę

dishwasher – zmywarka

kettle – czajnik

food processor – robot kuchenny

chopping board – deska do krojenia

bread bin – chlebownik

stove – kuchenka

oven – piekarnik

sink – zlew

stainless steel – stal nierdzewna

chimney – komin

add – dodać

boil – gotować

fry – smarzyć

grill – grilować

serve – podawać

pour – wlewać

sprinkle – wsypywać

slice – kroić w plasterki

cut into cubes – kroić w kostkę

peel – obierać

chop – siekać
 
bake (rolls) – piec (bułeczki)

roast (meat) – piec (mięso)

salad – sałatka

spices – przyprawy
Can I help you make dinner? – Czy mogę ci pomóc zrobić kolację?

What are we having for breakfast? – Co jemy na śniadanie?

Can I get the grill ready? – Czy mogę przygotować grilla?

What can I do to help you? – W czym mogę ci pomóc?

Are we cooking on the stove? – Gotujemy na kuchence?

 

 

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About the Author:Kasia

My name is Kasia Scontsas. I grew up in Lublin, Poland and moved to Warsaw to study International Business. I have passion for languages: any languages! Currently I live in New Hampshire. I enjoy skiing, kayaking, biking and paddle boarding. My husband speaks a little Polish, but our daughters are fluent in it! I wanted to make sure that they can communicate with their Polish relatives in our native language. Teaching them Polish since they were born was the best thing I could have given them! I have been writing about learning Polish language and culture for Transparent Language’s Polish Blog since 2010.