Ukrainian cuisine

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Ukrainian
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Borscht
• It’is a vegetable soup made out of
beets, cabbage, potatoes, tomatoes,
carrots, onions, garlic, dill, sometimes
green pepper, served with sour cream.
In Polesie borscht has been considered a
symbol of family.
Pampushki
• It’s a great addition to borsht.
Pampushki are type of dinner
rolls. Once baked it is tossed with
minced garlic, fresh herbs, and
oil.
Salo
• The most popular Ukrainian food
is salo. It is eaten raw, smoked or
fried. The abundance of salo is
the sign of real wealth.
Shkvarky
• It’s the passion of every
Ukrainian! Prepared in a pot
with the addition of onions,
shkvarky were presented with
potato pancakes and a variety
of meals or simply with bread.
Varenyky
•Dumplings stuffed with
fillings such as potato
and cheese or cherries,
often served boiled.
Syrnyky
• Cottage cheese fritters,
sometimes with raisins,
served with sour cream
and jam.
Palyanytsya
• A round, braided bread. It is
most often baked for weddings
and its top decorated with birds
and periwinkle.
Golubtsi
• This wonderful dish is named in
honor of pigeons, birds that
symbolize the power of fire and has
long been considered symbols of the
birth of the world. Golubtsi are
cooked with cabbage,rice, meat,
shredded carrots, onions and spices.
Kutia
•Traditional Christmas
dish, made of poppy
seeds, wheat, nuts,
honey, and delicacies.
Uzvar
•A traditional compote
made of dried fruit,
mainly apples, pears,
and prunes.
Medovukha
• A fermented alcoholic beverage
made from honey, water, and
yeast. Its flavour depends on the
plants frequented by the
honeybees, the length of time
and method of aging, and the
specific strain of yeast used.

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