|Place of origin||Poland|
|Main ingredients||Broth, potatoes, barley groats|
|Ingredients generally used||Carrots, parsley, celery, onion, meat, dried mushrooms|
Krupnik is a thick Polish soup made from vegetable or meat broth, containing potatoes and barley groats (kasza jęczmienna, archaically called krupy - hence the name).   Common additional ingredients include włoszczyzna (carrots, parsley, leek and celery), onion, meat, and dried mushrooms.
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