One of the most important traditional Polish soups is rosol.

Rosol, a kind of Polish broth, is a clear soup made with chicken meat and bones.

Usually, the Poles serve this food with a pasta of the tagliatelle type or sometimes with a home-made traditional Polish pasta called kluski or makaron.

For many years, rosol was considered a noble soup and as a sign of respect for the Lord's Day Polish chicken broth was served at Sunday dinner in many Polish homes.