How To Cook The Best Borscht (Authentic, Easy & Tasty)

How To Cook The Best Borscht (Authentic, Easy & Tasty)

Hello, Lovelies and Matryoshkas! Today in Pennsylvania we are having yet another snowstorm, and what better way to keep warm during any snowy day than to enjoy having a warm bowl of borscht. Borscht is a traditional Russian and Eastern European dish that has the reputation for being gross to some, or super tasty to others. I absolutely love the borscht my mother-in-law makes, and her recipe is both authentic and flavourful. There are many renditions of borscht on the internet, but in my opinion, this recipe that has been handed down to me is one of the best you will ever taste, and it is not at all that hard to make. I have made this dish several times and have just recently made it again for my husband. I will mention that anytime I leave the bay leaves in the soup and my husband gets one in his bowl he always exclaims “I got a letter from Moscow”; apparently bay leaves are a Russian joke that someone in Moscow is thinking of you/sending you a letter.

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There’s More Than One Way To Enjoy Russian Tvorog

There’s More Than One Way To Enjoy Russian Tvorog

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Privet Matryoshka’s!! I hope you are hungry because I have a snack & recipe post for you. Today’s Russian recipe post is all about enjoying Tvorog in a variety of ways, it also goes by the name ‘Russian farmers cheese’ and pssstt it’s a wonderful thing for any of you cheese lovers out there. This particular cheese is considered to be healthy for you ( it contains 16-18 g of protein per 100g) while being versatile enough to satisfy your cravings whether you have a sweet tooth, or enjoy savoury dishes.  Continue reading “There’s More Than One Way To Enjoy Russian Tvorog”