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Russian Soups: Ukha

  Ukha is one of  famous Russian soups that made with fish, ussually fresh.

  You will need:
400 g small fishes
300 g pike-perch
300 g burbot
 6  small potatoes
3  small onions
 1 ea parsley root
1 1/2 l water
1 bay leaf
Pepper, salt, parsley, dill , spices to taste .


  Preparation: 

  Clean small fishes, put in gauze and tie up. Pour cold water over, bring to boil, take froth away, add 1 onion, parsley root, salt, bay leaf, and leave on a very low heat for an hour.
  Take the gauze with fishes out. Put chopped potatoes, green parsley and boil until potatoes are ready. 15 minutes before soup is ready, put fish slices in it. Decorate Ukha with parsley and dill before serve. We eat Ukha soup hot or cold in Russia.

 




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Category: Soups | Added by: Tanusha (2012-05-15)
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