baguette or long buns
1 chopped onion
shredded mozzarella cheese
salt and pepper
Saute onions and mushrooms together for about 5 minutes, just enough to release the "juices" and season them with salt and pepper. Cut the bread into half horizontally, put mushrooms on the top, and then sprinkle with shredded cheese. Bake for about 10 min at 400F until the cheese is melted and bread is crisp. To serve, top it with ketchup and chopped chives and you got yourself a signature dish of Polish streets.
You should definitely try this version. Don't skip anything, even if you are not crazy about ketchup or chives, you should still try it because that's what makes the dish authentic. People like to also use ham, salami, chicken, or corn, but for me there is nothing better than the original and the simplest version. It just brings back memories, not only for me, but now also for Justin. And who said you can't enjoy some street food with a glass of nice wine?
Don't they look scrumptious? If you ever go to Poland, don't forget to check them out for yourself, you won't be disappointed!