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How to serve Russian dumplings and cook raspberry buns?
Welcome to Enjoy Russian language school blog! One of the categories here is devoted to learning materials for you to simplify your Russian language exciting journey. But today’s post is a bit special. It’s not only about Russian grammar and the way Russians live. It’s about diverse and unique Russian cuisine. Some say it’s a mix of different cultures’ cooking traditions – Eastern European, Caucasian, Central Asian, Siberian, and East Asia. So grab a snack not to get hungry and make your recipe book ready to Russian Cyrillic alphabet! Let’s go!
How to cook and serve Russian food?
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1:58 – Bliny – what to serve with?
3:45 – Cottage cheese: rich in calcium
4:40 – Pelmeni or Russian dumplings – the origin
6:50 – Vareniki – sweet or salted?
8:00 – Pirog – big layered Russian pie
8:45 – Russian soups – borsch and okroshka
12:10 – Vinegret
13:20 – Meet jelly
14:00 – Russian traditional drinks
Russian raspberry buns recipe
For those who wants not only learn something about Russian food but also to put knowledge into practice we suggest baking delicious and easy-to-cook Russian raspberry buns
- Put 1/4 cup of warm milk in a small bowl. Add 1 teaspoon flour and 1,5 teaspoon sugar and stir to dissolve. Let it stand about 5 minutes.
- Mix 1 cup of flour and 1/4 cup warm milk in a bowl. Pour in the yeast mixture and mix it. Cover the bowl with a towel. Let the dough rise in a warm place (for about two hours)
- Mix butter, 1 egg yolk and 2 tablespoons of sugar about 3 minutes. Add it to the dough; add in 1 cup flour and 1/2 teaspoon salt.
- Preheat oven to 175 degrees C
- Cut the dough into 8 pieces and make 8 balls.
- Press down the center of each bun and fill the hollows with raspberry jam.
- Bake in the oven for 25 minutes.
Okay. Now another important thing. Imagine you’re already in Russia to explore the local cuisine and ask actual people. What would you start the conversation with? Right! You ask the name first! Let us find out how to ask people their names in Russian!
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