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Make your Lent menu tasty with Russian dishes

February 23rd, 2010 · Comments Off

It is a time of Lent before Easter for the whole Cristian world. Lent meals are supposed to be free of animal fat. So you can’t eat meat, eggs, dairy products. It is a bit boring, is not it? But there is a way to make your Lent more various and tasty. For example, try [...]

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Russian kvass

July 20th, 2009 · Comments Off

It is summer in Russia! From ancient times Russian refreshing beverage Number 1 is kvass. It has pleasant taste and very useful. Try to drink kvass when heat and you will feel cool. Here you go! It is Russian kvass recipe. Take 1 kilogram of rye bread and cut it into pieces. Then put these [...]

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Russian barbecue – shashlik

June 10th, 2009 · Comments Off

Eastern world likes to have barbecue. Russian people have there own dish for outdoors parties. Its name is shashlik. Shashlik is meat marinated in special way and fried on bonfire. Mix of onion, spices, lemon juice or vine makes meat soft and very tasty. To cook shaslik you will need: Fresh pork Onions Pepper Lemon [...]

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Popular Russian salads

April 28th, 2009 · Comments Off

People of every nation have their favorite dishes, which they cook for festive dinners and as every day meals. Russians are not exception. Among variety of favorite dishes of Russians salads take their place as good snacks. Russians eat salads in addition to main dish or can use them as main dish. The most popular [...]

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Easter meals – Russian style

April 8th, 2009 · Comments Off

Easter is one of the most impotant holidays of Russian ortodox church. Many days before Eastertide ortodox believers keep the fast. They don’t eat meat, milk products, eggs, don’t drink alcohol and don’t even use salt and oil cooking their meals. But when Eastertide comes, Russian usually have rich dinners with a lot of delicious [...]

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