Question by heartxxblood: Would my borscht soup go bad if it sat out all night? It’s only a very simple soup made with vegetable broth, beets, and a bit of lemon juice and sugar. i forgot about it when i went to bed last night, it was covered and i tasted it and it tasted […]
Question by : Is borsch (борщ) traditionally served hot or cold? Quick answer: Answer by AureliaBorscht (beet soup) is served cold. Read all the answers in the comments. Know better? Leave your own answer!
Question by : Can i make Summer Borscht with canned beets? If so, what is a good recipe for it, because I cannot seem to find one that includes canned beets. Quick answer: Answer by Brandi CYou can substitute canned for fresh I’m any recipe. I’ve had it before and it does change the taste…not […]
Question by : How long should I simmer my borsch I’m cooking? I’ve made Ukrainian borsch many times but I never know how long I should let it simmer before I serve it. It’s a great veggie soup that I usually cook with pork. Is there a point where letting it simmer for too long […]
Question by Chris E: What is the best recipe for borscht? A few years ago a really drunk russian came to my friends house and emptied what little food he had onto a cookie tray covered it in pepper and mustard and ketchup ( cause there were no tomatoes) and stuck it in the oven […]
Question by : What is an authentic russian borscht? there are too many recipes to choose from? been looking for an “authentic” borscht recipe and the challenge is to filter through every claimed “authentic” recipe out there…how do you define authentic and what is borscht to most people? is it white/red? hot/cold? meet/less? Quick answer: […]
Question by Jenny: Where did borscht originate from? Quick answer: Answer by Patricia MRussia? Read all the answers in the comments. Give your own answer to this question!