Cherry Vodka
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by Peter Kolesnichenko
1w ago
How to Make Cherry Vodka that'll have your taste buds singing! Or make Polish Cherry Liqueur - Wiśniówka, perfect for gift giving. Vodka Infusions are surprisingly easy to make, vibrant and flavorful. All you need is a few ingredients, and a bit of patience and you will be enjoying this incredible drink. Why You'll Love This Recipe Control the Sweetness - it's up to you if you want to make a sweet liqueur or dryer infusion Make Wiśniówka - the classic Polish cherry liqueur, this requires patience but it's worth it Budget Friendly - homemade infusions are much cheaper than store-bought Great ..read more
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Kangaroo Burgers
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by Peter Kolesnichenko
2w ago
You can't get more Australian than enjoying Kangaroo Burgers! Juicy and flavourful, it's the perfect Aussie bbq food, you probably won't even realize it's kangaroo. A delicious alternative to beef burgers. Why You'll Love This Recipe Lean - less than 2% fat, naturally lean and full of nutrients, protein, and twice the amount of iron compared to beef Environmentally Sustainable - wild kangaroos don't require extra water or food resources, and don't produce methane and are sustainably sourced Flavor - rich, meaty flavor with a slight gamey taste Juicy Burgers - the secret to juicy kangaroo bur ..read more
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Finnish Salmon Soup
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by Peter Kolesnichenko
2w ago
Finnish Salmon Soup or Lohikeitto, is delicious and creamy Salmon soup, popular across Scandinavia and Russia. Authentically made with Salmon heads and tails for the fish bone broth, plus an easy alternative method that's ready in 30 minutes. Why You'll Love This Recipe Fish Bone Broth - the broth makes a difference, with mineral, nutrients that add greater depth of flavor to your soup Finnish Comfort Food - a filling, creamy soup that warms you up on the inside Vitamins - Salmon is high in Omega-3 fatty acids, Vitamin D and is a great source of protein Ingredients Salmon Frame - including ..read more
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Fish Head Soup - Ukha
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by Peter Kolesnichenko
2w ago
Ukha (Уха) is Russian fish head soup, made in a rustic, wood fire tradition, but this recipe is easily made in the kitchen too! A rustic and nourishing soup, steeped in tradition and full of flavor (and a tiny bit of vodka). Why You'll Love This Recipe Fish Bone Broth - made with real fish bones and fish head, this ensures a fully nutritious fish broth full of minerals and vitamins, you'll taste the difference Tradition and Fun - Russian culinary tradition that's been passed down the generations, each spoonful is a bite of history Fun and Adventure - it's fun and adventurous to cook soup ove ..read more
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Salmon Coulibiac - Kulebyaka
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by Peter Kolesnichenko
2w ago
Salmon Coulibiac, known as Kulebyaka in Russia, is the original Russian fish pie. This rustic pie is traditionally made with yeast dough, stuffed with layers of rice, onions, dill and salmon. With so many variations, from rustic to fancy, you can make this your very own. You'll love this recipe because if it's rich cultural history, the amazing flavors of salmon, rice and herbs that presents a bit fancy. Perfect for a dinner party or celebration ..read more
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Ashlyamfu (Ашлямфу)
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by Peter Kolesnichenko
2w ago
Ashlyamfu (Ашлямфу) or sometime called Ashlyan Fu is the most famous recipe in Kyrgyzstan food. A delicious soupy-like noodle dish that's served cold, enjoyed across Central Asia. There are different ways to make Ashlyamfu, which can be complex from making your own hand pulled noodles and homemade starch. Here is a simplified recipe with some tips and shortcuts that anyone can make, regardless of your cooking skill. Key Ingredients Starch Noodles - like a wide Mung Bean Noodles or Starch Noodles Lagman Noodles - using Udon Noodles is an easy substitute Garlic Cloves Garlic Chives - a ke ..read more
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Galushki Soup (Галушки)
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by Peter Kolesnichenko
2w ago
Nothing beats a bowl of hearty comfort food, and Galushki Soup (Суп с Галушками) won't disappoint! Made with easy dough dumplings, pinched pasta pieces in an meaty stew or dumpling soup. Hearty, rustic, filling and delicious. What are Galushki? Galushki (Галушки) are an Eastern European and Ukrainian dumpling which is made several different ways. Usually pieces of dough are boiled in water, drained, then served with butter, fried onions and sour cream (smetana ..read more
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Korean Carrot Salad
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by Peter Kolesnichenko
3w ago
Russian Korean Carrot Salad is called morkovcha (Морковь по-корейски) a popular salad and side dish across Russia, Ukraine, Central Asia and the former Soviet states. Simple to make, a healthy salad and side dish that your whole family will love. What is Korean Carrot Salad? Korean Carrot Salad isn't an authentic Korean salad, but a Russian variation by ethnic Koreans who lived in Russia's Far East. The Korean Soviets adapted their recipes to foods that were available ..read more
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Cheesymite Scrolls
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by Peter Kolesnichenko
3w ago
Cheesymite Scrolls are an Australian classic, the perfect mix between melted cheese and savory Vegemite, with tasty flavor variations. Think of a Ham and Cheese Roll but using cheese with Vegemite instead. Made famous by Baker's Delight Bakery, in every mall in Australia. What's Vegemite? Most Americans don't know what Vegemite is. Vegemite is a breakfast staple in Australia, one which Aussie kids grow up on. It's a thick, dark brown, salty yeast extract spread ..read more
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Hvorost (хворост)
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by Peter Kolesnichenko
3w ago
Hvorost (хворост) are a traditional sweet, crispy pastry that are a light, delicate and delightful treat. Deep fried to a golden perfection and sprinkled with icing sugar. These Hvorost are twisted into the shape of roses called Rozantsi (Розанцы). The Russian dessert, Hvorost (хворост) means "brushwood", which is what the dessert resembles, little twigs of crisp pastry. These of course are shaped into round circles. Across different cultures in Europe, variations of this dessert are known as Khrustyky, Angel Wings, Crostoli, Faworki, Raderkuchen, and more ..read more
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