Recipe Index

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Buckwheat Kasha, Stovetop Recipe – A basic buckwheat kasha recipe cooked on stovetop and enhanced with butter, onions, and chopped hardboiled eggs.

Buckwheat Kasha, Traditional Oven Recipe – An old traditional buckwheat kasha recipe. Slowly cooked in the oven and optionally sautéed with onion afterwards.

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Cabbage Pie – A sweet dough pie filled with stewed cabbage and other vegetables.

Cake Eleonora – A unique cake with raisins that uses sour cream as one of the ingredients for an unforgettable flavor.

Chebureki – A deep fried turnover filled with minced meat, onions, and herbs.

Cheese Pancakes “Syrniki” – Pan fried patties made of fresh cheese, eggs, flour, and sugar. Fried cheesecake of sorts.

Chicken Rolls – Russian sweet dough buns filled with minced chicken, vegetables, chopped egg, and baked. Great alone or served with soup.

Cranberry Pastry – A sweet cookie dough pastry filled with chopped fresh tart cranberries. Easy to make and delicious.

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Eleonora Cake – A unique cake with raisins that uses sour cream as one of the ingredients for an unforgettable flavor.

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Herring Shuba Salad – A traditioinal Russian salad made of layers of pickled herring, beets and other vegetables, and topped with mayo.

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Kalitki – Small open pies made from thin rye dough shells filled with mashed potatoes. Popular in villages in St. Petersbrug area.

Kasha, Buckwheat, Stovetop Recipe – A basic buckwheat kasha recipe cooked on stovetop and enhanced with butter, onions, chopped hardboiled eggs.

Kasha, Buckwheat, Traditional Oven Recipe – An old traditional buckwheat kasha recipe. Slowly cooked in the oven and optionally sautéed with onion afterwards.

Kasha, Millet – Millets cooked in milk and served with butter and optional onion. Good for breakfast.

Kasha, Pearl Barley – Pearl barley slowly cooked in milk. Makes a good breakfast meal.

Khachapuri – a Georgian pastry, pie, or bread filled with cheese.

Kissel – A drink or dessert made from fruit juice thickened with starch.

Kvass – A famous traditional Russian drink.

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Millet Kasha – Millets cooked in milk and served with butter and optional onion. Good for breakfast.

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Navy Style Pasta – Spaghetti with ground beef and sautéed onion. Very easy to make.

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Okroshka – A cold soup with vegetables based on kvass. Great for a hot summer day.

Olivier Salad – A famous Russian holiday salad with meat, boiled eggs, potatoes, carrots, onion, green peas, and mayo.

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Pasta Russian Navy Style – Spaghetti with ground beef and sautéed onion. Very easy to make.

Pastry, Cranberry – A sweet cookie dough pastry filled with chopped fresh tart cranberries. Easy to make and delicious.

Pearl Barley Kasha – Pearl barley slowly cooked in milk. Makes a good breakfast meal.

Pie, Cabbage – a sweet dough pie filled with stewed cabbage and other vegetables.

Pie, Rabbit – a pie made from sweet yeast dough and filled with rabbit meat.

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Rabbit Pie – a pie made from sweet yeast dough and filled with rabbit meat.

Roast Turkey – Make it for Thanksgiving or any other occasion. Our own unique brine recipe.

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Salad Olivier – A famous Russian holiday salad with meat, boiled eggs, potatoes, carrots, onion, green peas, and mayo.

Shuba Salad – A traditioinal Russian salad made of layers of pickled herring, beets and other vegetables, and topped with mayo.

Sochniki with Sweet Cheese – a Soviet era pastry, a school kid lunch favorite.

Syrniki – Pan fried patties made of fresh cheese, eggs, flour, and sugar. Fried cheesecake of sorts.

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Turkey, roasted – Make it for Thanksgiving or any other occasion. Our own unique brine recipe.

Turnips, stuffed – A vegetarian dish. Turnips are stuffed with buckwheat, mushrooms, and other ingredients.

 

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Vatrushka – A small open pie made from yeast dough and filled with sweetened fresh cheese.