Maczanka Krakowska

Maczanka Krakowska is a kind of warm sandwich very popular in Krakow. It is a loaf of bread cut in half with a thick slice of braised pork loin inside and topped with a hot sauce left over from stewing the pork loin. Maczanka Krakowska is claimed to be the grandmother of burger.

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