Eat Herring Under a Fur Coat in This New Year Season

Selyodka Pod Shuboy (Селедка под шубой) truly means Herring Under a Fur Coat or Shuba. It is a much-cherished Russian dinner particularly mainstream during New Year festivities. A Russian shuba is a warm winter fur coat worn in Russia for many years. Herring Under a Fur Coat comprises layered potato, herring, carrots, beets, loads of […]

9 Things that Should be Prepared on Russian New Year Table

Russians are not really enthusiastic about celebrating Christmas (neither Orthodox, nor Catholic one), and the greatest festivals fall on New Year Eve (December 31st). What is more, in the same way as other different countries over the world, Russians love their foods during the celebration.  On New Year’s Eve, specifically, there is normally no cost […]

How Important are the Tangerines on New Year Table?

The Russian festival of New Year’s Eve is significantly more intriguing than the local Christmas acknowledgment on the seventh of January, which will, in general, be very quiet. In Russia and many post-Soviet nations, New Year is a serious deal. Russians get ready for New Year all through the entire year to ensure that each […]

Kovrizhka; A Special Russian Gingerbread for Your Winter Season Holiday

In Russia, spice cakes (also known as pryanik or gingerbread) are still made nowadays, particularly in the urban communities of Tula and Gorodets. Furthermore, in spite of the fact that they are not quite the same as those made a century back, they still have their specific taste, making them stand apart among different sorts […]

Why is Kulebyaka Pie Considered a Special Thing on Russian Christmas Day?

Russians generally arrange a genuine banquet for Christmas and New Year. A visitor who visits his Russian friends will never return home hungry. There will be salt fish, meats, and various plates of mixed greens. Also, certainly, there will be popular Russian pirogi: rasstegays with rice and egg, vatrushkas with curds, and pirozhki with potato. […]

How Much Time Do You Need to Bake Tvorozhnik?

Syrniki are what commonly known as fritters; fried cakes of cottage cheese mixed with flour or semolina and eggs. In Russia, this delicacy is also known as tvorozhnik. Syrniki are usually fried in vegetable oil, but some recipes require baking them in the oven. The recipe’s peculiarity is that the cottage cheese must be carefully […]

Why Leningradsky Cake is called the Russian Royal Cake?

In the USSR, the period of the mid-50s was marked by the heyday of the confectionery industry. The main assortment at that time was represented by biscuit products, which quickly became scarce goods. Other confectionery options were available in limited quantities, despite the growing demand and popularity of such products. A pleasant surprise for consumers […]

Churchkhela: A Kind of Yalta Caramelized Fruit Juice 

Russians appear to have an innate sweet tooth, and throughout the hundreds of years, they have thought of a wide choice of irresistible treats. One of them is Churchkhela, a kind of Yalta caramelized fruit juice. To give you a little insight, Churchkhela is essentially found in shoreline resorts in the Krasnodar Territory since the […]

The Origin of Sauerkraut; The Most Favorite Winter Food

Discussing about food, there are indeed many things we can find. There are many types of food that can be processed to become different kinds of food. We can find many creations that are associated with a variety of foods. As you know, just one food can produce many types of food. Whether it’s cooked […]

How to Make DIY Russian Raw Vegan

Food has become a very interesting thing to talk about. Because as we know, there are so many types of food that we can find in this world. Starting from appetizers to desserts. There are also many ways we can do to make existing food ingredients into something delicious to enjoy. Whether it’s processed raw […]