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Pickled Mushrooms

Pickled Mushrooms are very popular in Russian food culture as a snack that goes good with vodka or as a main course with boiled potatoes.

   You will need:
1,5 kg small mushrooms;

4 cups boiling water;

1 1/2 Tbs salt.


 3/4 cup sugar;

 3/4 cup vinegar;

 1 3/4 cups water ;

10 peppercorns;

3 bay leaves.



 Cook mushrooms well washed over medium heat in boiling water with salt until they are on the bottom for 15-20 mins. Place in sterilized jars.

 Make pickle. Boil water with spices for 30 minutes.

 Add salt and sugar. Stir until dissolved.

 Add vinegar and bring to boiling. Pour hot pickle over mushrooms. Close the jars. Keep Pickled Mushrooms   in the fridge for 3 days before serving. We usually serve in Russia  Pickled Mushrooms with sliced onion or/and parsley and dill weed.

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Category: Pickles | Added by: Tanusha (2012-05-29)
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