Russian Cuisine
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blackhawk308
message posted the : Sunday 18 December 2011 - 14:00:41


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hey guys, this has to do more with a class than learning a language. I'm taking Russian II next semester and we have to cook a Russian food, any suggestions and maybe links to the recipe or something?



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Varenki are pretty easy to do, and you don't need a lot of stuff to make them.

Other suggestions are blini, some sort of pancakes - there are many variants of fillings...

Or if you want sweets, there are russian hats, but personally I don't like them : http://kemalandsheila.com/2009/10/russian-hat-cake/



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if time permitted. i would like to take Russian too. under expectation for your Russian cuisine!



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blackhawk308 says : hey guys, this has to do more with a class than learning a language. I'm taking Russian II next semester and we have to cook a Russian food, any suggestions and maybe links to the recipe or something?


Probably too late to help, but figured I'd add this. These are my Baba's recipes (she grew up in Russia, emigrated after WW2).

The one Down side is that most of these take at least 2 hours to make. Simple techniques on the whole, but time consuming. Hope this helps.

I make this monthly, takes about 2 hours total.
http://thebakingdba.blogspot.com/2009/03/russian-olgas-haluski.html

The Borscht might be easier - still takes some time, but IMHO harder to Screw up. This isn't the vinegary version most people associate with the word, and all my friends like it.

http://thebakingdba.blogspot.com/2009/03/russian-olgas-haluski.html

And if you're feeling adventurous (though I suspect the desserts aren't Russian)
http://thebakingdba.blogspot.com/search/label/Russian


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Try to watch Youtube videos they are very useful to master a language.




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Greys0n
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russian dishes the most famous are pelmeni and vareniki


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