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varenyky Varenyky are stuffed dumpling coming from the Ukrainian cuisine, but they're also very popular in Russia. They are made of unleavened dough and stuffed with various savory or sweet fillings. Among most popular fillings are potatoes, mushrooms, cottage cheese, fish , meat or cherries, plump, strawberries. Vareniki are usually served with sour crème, sweet vareniki may also be topped with sweet fruit sauce.
salad olivier As for the origin of the recipe it belonged to Lucien Olivier, a French chef of one of the renowned Moscow restaurants Hermitage. Today's version of Olivier salad contains more common ingredients such as boiled potatoes, dill pickles, peas, eggs, carrots, and boiled beef/chicken or bologna. This variation, also known as Stolichny salad, became a typical dish of New Year celebrations in Soviet times
herring under the fur coat Red beet salad symbolized the red flag of the Revolution whereas herring and potatoes were a classic proletarian appetizer. This salad was very filling and as a result guests did not get drunk quickly. Traditional salad consists of chopped grated boiled vegetables (beets, carrots, potatoes), salted herring fillet and mayonnaise sauce. This classical New Year salad
Varenye A traditional tea party in Russia did not go without varenye. Some historians believe that this desert is a Russian national dish. Every family in Russia has its secrets of varenye making. Most popular and beloved homemade jam include strawberry, cherry, apricot, raspberry, cranberry, walnut, blueberry.
Pryaniki Pryanik is a sweet bread or cookie flavored with spices. Today, pryanik is served most often as a snack with tea or coffee. It is produced in numerous regions of Russia but especially popular in Tula. Nowadays people do not often cook pryaniki but we usually buy them in shops.
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