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Cold Borscht

Cold Borscht can be made as a vegetarian soup without any meat, or with adding cooked sausage or meat.

  You will need for 8-10 servings of Cold Borscht:

1-2 beets;

3-4 boiled eggs;
3-4 medium cucumbers;
300 g cooked sausage or meat;

1 Tbs vinegar;

Salt and pepper to taste;

2-3 Tbs green onions and dill;

Sour cream.


Cook beets and let cool off. Peel beets, grate on a large grater and put into the pot.

Chop cucumbers, sausage or meat, boiled eggs. Add all the ingredients into the pot.

Add cold water to cover everything. Then add vinegar, salt and pepper.

Mix everything and put into the refrigerator for a few hours.

When serving Cold Borscht, add sour cream and herbs to taste.


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Category: Soups | Added by: Tanusha (2013-07-13)
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