Polish Hunter’s Stew is a traditional dish that originated in the middle ages. It was typically made when hunters would bring home game meats. It would be added to a stew which had been cooking for a longer period. It’s a simple classic combination: long stewed meat with a combination of vegetables served with thick traditional bread.
This recipe can include with pork, venison, beef, veal, and sausage with cabbage, sauerkraut, and mushrooms for a hearty meal. In other words, it’s an awesome addition to your late winter repertoire. You can prepare this stew recipe for a large family gathering. You can also add chopped potatoes, carrots and celery to add more vegetables and nutrition to this Polish dish.
Light red wines are the perfect pairing for this flavorful stew. Here are the top picks:
- Pinot Noir
Selected Pinot Noir
Anne Amie Vineyards Winemaker's Selection Pinot Noir 2018
Dark cherry sweet tobacco horehound candy cardamom black tea kirsch sweet dark cherries and berries forest floor anise dark chocolate nibs baking spice long with rich smooth tannins and acidity.
Amity Pinot Noir 2018
A blend showing off raspberry cherry chocolate and coffee notes.
Firesteed Pinot Noir Willamette Valley 2019
It has lively aromas of Raspberry and dark Cherry. Classic combination of fresh fruit and earthy elements. The wine’s broad mouthfeel and smooth tannins will continue to integrate as this elegant wine ages.