Russian brides and their culture: Food

June 30th, 2009
Written by Yuliya

If you love delicious food, you’re in luck! Russian brides are some of the best cooks in the world!

Russian people have a rich culinary history. Often our meals consist of several different courses, including soup, meat dishes, savory pies or pancakes, and vegetables.

Russian brides are familiar with cooking both hot soups, such as borsh or shchi, or cold soups, such as okroshka. Sometimes a Russian woman will serve you both at one meal! But you will be happy to eat them, we’re sure, because Russian soups are delicious.

Baked meat and fish dishes are also popular. Russian brides tend to flavour meat and with with delicious herbs and spices, such as parsley, garlic, and herbs. Fried meatballs and shashlyk, a form of “shish kebab,” are also popular. Just the smell of them cooking will make your mouth water!

But perhaps what you will love the most is when you taste a Russian bride’s pirozhki! They are small stuffed buns that are filled with meat or fish and vegetables and either baked or pan-fried. They are truly delicious.

So are blini, which are thin pancakes similar to French crepes. They are often topped with butter, sour cream, or caviar. So good!

So if you are a lover of food then we recommend you find a Russian bride to love. Russian brides are taught from a young age to cook all these wonderful foods. We are sure you will love them.

If you haven’t found your “soul mate” yet, please check out our site and talk to one of our Russian brides today!

3 Comments regarding “Russian brides and their culture: Food”
  1. Vladimir says:

    Our Russian recipes represent rich collection of traditional Russian recipes from old times to our days, reflecting the spirit of Russian people. Russian recipes are the classics of world cuisine and you have a great chance to discover this delicious world for you.

  2. Vladimir says:

    – Apple and Pear Compote recipe –
    Cuisine: Russian
    · Ingredients
    1 tsp honey
    1/2 tsp vanilla
    1/4 tsp ground cinnamon
    1/8 tsp ground nutmeg
    1/8 tsp ground ginger
    3 apples, peeled, pared and chopped
    3 l water
    3 pears, pared and chopped

    *Note: If some of the units or abbreviations look unfamiliar to you, click here.
    · Method
    1. In large saucepan, combine water, honey, vanilla and spices.
    2. Cook over high heat until mixture boils.
    3. Add apples.
    4. Reduce heat and cook about ten minutes.
    5. Add pears.
    6. Cook until fruit is tender.
    7. Serve hot or cold. Truly delicious.

  3. Vladimir says:

    – Lemon Kvas recipe –
    Cuisine: Russian
    · Ingredients
    1 ea Dry yeast envelope
    3 ea Lemons large
    5 qt Water
    1 c Sugar
    6 oz Beer
    1/2 c Raisins
    Pint jars w/ lids

    *Note: If some of the units or abbreviations look unfamiliar to you, click here.
    · Method
    Dissolve yeast in warm NOT hot water. Boil remaining water & pour into a lg. crock. Add pitted 1/2′ of lemons, raisins, & sugar then mix until sugar dissolves. Cool to lukewarm, add beer & yeast mixture, cover with the cheesecloth, & allow to ferment at room temp for 24 hrs. Strain through the muslin into pint jars, cap & allow to sit in a dark place for 4 days. Serve cold or use in soups. Keep refrigerated.
    Recipe source: Olga Timokhina’s collection
    Posted by Yuri Timokhin

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