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Okroshka

Okroshka is a cold summer soup that is very popular in Russia.

 You will need:


3  hard boiled Eggs;
4 boiled Potatoes, peeled;
2 medium Cucumbers;
200-300 g Sausage;
3 Tb chopped Green Onions;
1 cup Sour Cream;
1 Litre Kvas;
Salt and black pepper to taste;
Sugar to taste.

  Preparation: 

 Chop all ingredients, add green onions. Stir  well. Put in the fridge for 1-2 hours.
 

 Then add Kvas, sugar, salt and pepper to  taste. Don't pour all Kvas  if you are not
sure you will eat everything in at once.

  Okroshka is kept very well in the fridge without Kvas during 
several days.

  Serve Okroshka  chilled  with sour cream.

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Category: Soups | Added by: Tanusha (2012-06-10)
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