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If we believe Hollywood movies so mostly Russians drink a lot of vodka with large glass, throw in the black caviar, lots of pickles and sometimes eat bread.

What is true? Well, take a couple of shots with a little bacon never hurts. Even salty cucumber among favorites. When you sit on the couch with a magazine or watching TV and waiting for my mom / wife laws dinner slapnar man with a schnapps.

Is it better addressed and may afford red or black caviar as father also is delivered to the entrees. In Russian named starters "zakuski" /"Закуски".

If you can afford to eat caviar with spoon. However, it can be expensive when a small jar red caviar costs about 80-190 dollars and a jar of black caviar goes for about 1000 €. According to tradition, you should eat pancakes ("bliny" / "блины") with caviar.

When the time is coming to dinner, the man starts to yell Davaj Davaj (Accelerating) to the kitchen so that women (usually the mother along with his wife when often live with their parents even after marriage to) rushes with the soup. It's usually either on Borsh / "Борщ" or Schi / Sjtji / "Щи". According to the author this is the same thing but in Borsh is the cabbage and beets that form the basis (it is called in Swedish beet soup), while in contrast, it is Sjtji sauerkraut. Beef or at worst nötköttsben is a must in these two soups.

Both cabbage soup Schi / Sjtji and beetroot soup borsch be eaten with either rye bread / bread or pies. While taking a little fresh onion or garlic belongs to the traditional flavor. Including 40% cream is also one of the recipes for these soups. Pasties / "Пироги" as we just mentioned is much like baked Italian pizza fixed in size with pie that you can hold in your hand.

Pies may be filled with a great way whatever, doch the most common are potato, cabbage, boiled beef, eggs. Sometimes you do them even with tuna fish or salmon. After the soup with pasties usually often eat large meatballs / "Kотлеты" /. These are made of either mince or pork when the Russian cuisine requires that you use a lot of fat.

The Russian meatballs served usually with mashed potatoes / boiled potatoes and lots of vegetables. Köttbularna are usually made from pork, but you can also use fish, chicken and vegetarian options. They also eat a lot ravioler in Russia called pelmeni / "Пельмени".

Pelmeni contain either minced beef or another, such as cherries, but then those little bigger and called in such a case for vareniki / "Вареники". Both types of ravioler served with sour cream. Incredibly good!

Now that the family has eaten, and the men are happy and satisfied, women begin to engage in counter. The men (father, farfarn and sons) start discussing politics while daughters go to the kitchen to get desserts and tea. Russians are crazy in tea, drinking it still being in a much larger extent than coffee. Lemons are a must if you invite a Russian for a cup of tea. Sweets such as including jam, pastries / prjaniki / "пряники".

Prjaniki is a whole class of their own, one can not call them cakes or sweets, but is simply a prjanik. In Sweden, the closest one gingerbread man going on but it's completely wrong to compare these products. They come in all sizes and many colors, tastes different, but what unites them is that prjaniki is very good.


Good luck with your experience of the Russian food!

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