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Buncek in the oven ... with ... find out for yourself ...

Buncek¸ certainly deserves a couple of lines right? We used to prepare and dry it ourselves, while that is no longer the case today, but that doesn’t mean we can’t prepare it. What goes with buncek, I wonder, sauerkraut, potatoes, carrots, leeks, cooked or baked, in a pot or oven? There are a lot of possibilities, and only one buncek¸ some say it goes with cauliflower, but I don't think my dear grandmother would agree with that, some add beer again ... you know what of all that¸ I'll put it in the oven with more I do, so whatever it is, even if you ask my mom she would definitely put it in beans with the addition of barley porridge, homemade sauerkraut salad ... anyway, good luck to you!

Preparation steps

  • Place the bun in a suitable pan, pour in a little water or stock, add a head of red onion and a few garlic cloves, cover with foil and place in the oven at 180 degrees for about 40 minutes.
  • Meanwhile, peel the carrots, potatoes and cauliflower. Cut them into equal pieces and add to the pan, ie potatoes and carrots first, and cauliflower at the end, because it does not need much. Leave the foil for a while longer. Remove it about half an hour before the end of baking, when you increase the temperature to some 200 degrees, so that the bun is finely browned and gets a yellow crust.
  • You can also serve stewed sauerkraut as a side dish. In a suitable pan, put sauerkraut cut into noodles, add fat or oil, cumin seeds and simmer for about 10 minutes or until soft.


Serve sliced ​​buncek, with the addition of vegetables and stewed sauerkraut ... if you prefer, you can add a little mashed potatoes ... good taste!



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