About the Recipe
Cebularz lubelski is a round- shaped flatbread that is made from high-quality wheat flour, usually a diameter of 15-20 cm, and about 1,5 cm thickness. Topped with diced onions and poppy seeds, it is baked until golden.
Some sources say there are only 24 bakeries in Poland that make the original recipe for Cebularz.
The origins of Cebularz goes back to the 19th century and originated from Jewish cuisine in Lublin, Kazimierz Dolny, and Zamość. Nowadays, it has spread and became popular among Poles and tourists.