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 Famous Russian Soup Recipes 
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Famous Russian Soup Recipes
by: Jeremy Craft





Borscht is extremely famous and this is a beet soup. Mixed meat soup and vegetable soup are also properly loved and these soups are often topped with a dollop of sour lotion.

Meat, potatoes, and cabbage are amongst the most popular ingredients in Russian soup recipes. This chicken soup recipe is created with vegetable broth and contains chicken meat as nicely as vegetables and refreshing herbs.

Mushroom soup is also a Russian favorite and this is created with refreshing mushrooms. There is a tasty chilled soup referred to as "okroshka" which is fantastic when the weather is incredibly hot. It is garnished with dill and sour cream and is typically created from sausages or some kind of meat.

Borscht - The Most Well-known Russian Soup

This soup may possibly not soup especially appetizing but it has an extraordinary flavor. Like most Russian soups, it is traditionally adorned with a dollop of sour lotion just before serving.

This Russian soup recipe makes two quarts of soup. Serve this soup with a dollop of sour lotion, in the typical Russian style.

If you want to substitute any of the meats, that is fine. Maybe you are a fan of chicken soup recipes, in which case you can use chicken instead of the incredibly hot dogs or kidney.

Like a lot of other Russian soup recipes, this one is best when you make it a day in advance, chill it overnight in the refrigerator and then warm it up and serve it the following day, since this lets the flavors combine greater and the soup will have a superior taste.

2 tablespoons butter

1 tablespoon capers

2 chopped onions

1/four lb ham, in 1/2 inch cubes

6 cups drinking water

four oz pickled mushrooms

6 tablespoons flour

two julienned dill pickles

one/two teaspoon white pepper

one/two cup chopped, pitted black olives

1 teaspoon salt

one tablespoon tomato paste

one/two sliced lemon

How to make it:

Boil the beef chuck in the drinking water for an hour and a half to make a juicy, rich broth. Remove and discard the beef bones. Slice the kidney and dredge it in the flour. Saute it in the butter with the onions. Stir the hot dogs, ham, onions, and kidney into the beef broth. Cook for twenty minutes, then add the other elements and cook for fifteen minutes more. Serve warm.

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