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Borscht with Pickled Beet "Abroad" Recipe
Borscht abroad... Borscht, borsch, вorsjtj, .. Heard many people, and tried units of. And all will certainly want to taste! To tasting was worthy, depending on the country of residence, I begin to think that to exclude (pork, pork skins), how to chop vegetables (prefer mashed soups) and what to add to make a familiar note (hot peppers, olives)... But the very first problem - beets! Vegetable is not always and everywhere available, often seasonal or tasteless in vacuum packaging... So I came to my version of borscht, which everyone is always happy to eat, regardless of national and territorial belonging!
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 80 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Prep Time 5 minutes
Cook Time 80 minutes
Servings
Ingredients
Instructions
  1. Fill the chicken with water so that it is covered. Add the onion, carrot and parsley and dill. Give to boil, remove the foam and put the stew on low heat under a lid until tender, which takes about an hour.
    Fill the chicken with water so that it is covered. Add the onion, carrot and parsley and dill. Give to boil, remove the foam and put the stew on low heat under a lid until tender, which takes about an hour.
  2. Ready take out the chicken, strain the broth into another container. I again wash the pan where cooked chicken so it was no flakes. Put the pot on fire. I let the chicken cool, remove the skin and divide the meat into small fibers. A little splashing broth, so as not to dry.
    Ready take out the chicken, strain the broth into another container. I again wash the pan where cooked chicken so it was no flakes. Put the pot on fire. I let the chicken cool, remove the skin and divide the meat into small fibers. A little splashing broth, so as not to dry.
  3. Finely, cut the potatoes. Add to broth.
    Finely, cut the potatoes. Add to broth.
  4. With a thin knife finely chop the cabbage.
    With a thin knife finely chop the cabbage.
  5. Cabbage I put in a separate saucepan, pour boiling water, put on fire, give to boil, remove and in 5 minutes pour through a colander. Cabbage put in a broth.
    Cabbage I put in a separate saucepan, pour boiling water, put on fire, give to boil, remove and in 5 minutes pour through a colander. Cabbage put in a broth.
  6. I cut peppers, remove seeds and put them in the microwave for 10 minutes.
    I cut peppers, remove seeds and put them in the microwave for 10 minutes.
  7. So they are very easy to remove the skin and the taste of the peppers become more intense.
    So they are very easy to remove the skin and the taste of the peppers become more intense.
  8. Tomatoes in own juice - a great alternative to traditional tomato, especially not in season. I grind them lightly with a blender.
    Tomatoes in own juice - a great alternative to traditional tomato, especially not in season. I grind them lightly with a blender.
  9. Rub carrots. In a pan, on a piece of butter slightly fry carrots that to soak up the fat. Then add the chopped tomatoes and boil on low heat for 2-3 minutes, stirring occasionally.
    Rub carrots. In a pan, on a piece of butter slightly fry carrots that to soak up the fat. Then add the chopped tomatoes and boil on low heat for 2-3 minutes, stirring occasionally.
  10. The beets I've purchased in the marinade. Remove it from the jar and rub on a coarse grater (if whole) or cut into thin strips (if slices). The marinade is useful to us further.
    The beets I've purchased in the marinade. Remove it from the jar and rub on a coarse grater (if whole) or cut into thin strips (if slices). The marinade is useful to us further.
  11. Take canned beans, drain liquid, rinse in colander.
    Take canned beans, drain liquid, rinse in colander.
  12. Lay in a broth cabbage, roast, chopped finely pepper peeled, beans. I add chopped chicken, Bay leaf, garlic, hot red pepper, salt, pepper to taste. Then pour in 100 grams of the marinade from the beet. I mix everything and taste it. If sour, then add a tablespoon of honey or brown sugar. Bring to a boil. I turn down the fire and cook for 5-10 minutes. I turn it off and leave stay.
    Lay in a broth cabbage, roast, chopped finely pepper peeled, beans. I add chopped chicken, Bay leaf, garlic, hot red pepper, salt, pepper to taste. Then pour in 100 grams of the marinade from the beet. I mix everything and taste it. If sour, then add a tablespoon of honey or brown sugar. Bring to a boil. I turn down the fire and cook for 5-10 minutes. I turn it off and leave stay.
  13. Sometimes I add olives.
    Sometimes I add olives.
  14. Serve with sour cream.
    Serve with sour cream.

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