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Caucasian Shashlyk

By |2011-11-02T20:44:20+00:00November 2nd, 2011|Categories: Food, Meats|

Caucasian Shashlyk originates from the Caucasus. This wonderful dish has become a must of every picnic and an outside party. Shashlik comes from the Caucasian Mountain tribesmen and became popular after the conquest of the Caucasus in the 19th century. This was when the region started becoming romanticized by the likes of Pushkin, Lermontov and Byron. [...]

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Beef With Mayonnaise And Fruits

By |2011-11-02T20:42:42+00:00November 2nd, 2011|Categories: Food, Meats|

Beef With Mayonnaise And Fruits this piquant dish with preserved fruits is a perfect dish to any table. Unique combination of beef and fruits will be recognized with unanimous delight. Meat with mayonnaise and vegetables on top is a very common dish in Russia. In fact, this is very common in Ukraine, too. I eat a [...]

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Beef Shashlyk

By |2011-11-02T20:41:11+00:00November 2nd, 2011|Categories: Food, Meats|

Beef Shashlyk originates from the Caucasus. This wonderful dish has become a must of every picnic and an outside party. Beef Kabobs (or Shish kebabs) are a very important food and specialty of the Slavic people, but it’s not just limited to beef. Lamb, pork , chicken and even veggie kabobs are often on the menu! [...]

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Kupaty

By |2011-11-02T17:52:10+00:00November 2nd, 2011|Categories: Cuisine, Food, Georgian, Meats|

Kupaty (load. კუპატი) – a special kind of raw sausage preservirovannyh requiring cooking. Kupaty cooked on charcoal grill or in the same way as the other raw sausages. The casing of the gut puncture is not recommended, as this leads to loss of juice and fat. Thin pork intestine, cut at 20-25 cm, washed in salt, [...]

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Kololik

By |2011-11-02T16:24:26+00:00November 2nd, 2011|Categories: Armenian, Cuisine, Meats, Soups|

Kespe With Meat is Kazakh noodle soup with lamb. Homemade noodles make this soup unique and delicious. Kesme (Kyrgyz: Cesme, [kesmé]) or kesme (Kazakh: kespe, [ki̯ɘspi̯ɘ]), Azerbaijan: Əriştə, Persian: رشته, Turkish: erişte or kesme); refers to a traditional Central Asian noodle dish made by the Kyrgyz or the Kazakhs. The word itself is a nominalisation of [...]

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Kutlety

By |2011-10-29T23:43:14+00:00October 29th, 2011|Categories: Food, Meats|Tags: , |

Kutlety is one of the most popular Russian family dishes. It is served as a dinner entree, a luncheon dish, or even for breakfast. Ingredients: Related Products: Sunflower Oil (Refined) 6 ounces French rolls, crusts removed. 1 1/2 pounds ground chuck lean beef. 1/2 pound ground pork. 1/4 cup ice water. [...]

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Golubtsy

By |2011-10-29T20:37:10+00:00October 29th, 2011|Categories: Cuisine, Jewish, Main Dishes, Meats, Recipes, Ukranian|

Golubtsy is a popular dish among Eastern Europeans, particularly in Russian and Ukraine. Traditional filling includes ground meat – usually beef, lamb, or pork – mixed with fresh garlic, onions and spices. Grains like rice or barley usually accompany the meat stuffing for fuller flavor. Some recipes call for mushrooms or other vegetables, but authentic recipes [...]

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Veal Tefteli

By |2011-10-29T12:50:49+00:00October 29th, 2011|Categories: Meats|

Tefteli are tender, fluffy cutlets, made from veal in a broth. The ideal food for people on diet. Tefteli will diversify your everyday menu. Meatballs can be made of many things, including bread, ricotta cheese, or a variety of ground meats. Ingredients for preparing Veal tefteli: Serve tefteli with boiled potatoes and [...]

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Veal Tongue in Aspic

By |2011-10-24T23:40:08+00:00October 24th, 2011|Categories: Meats|Tags: , , |

Veal Tongue in Aspic is considered a real delicacy in Russia. Is Beef Tongue Aspic one of your favorite picks. In its composition beef tongue has many nutrients. Thus, the proteins are about 16% fat - 12%, carbohydrate - 2.2%. The product contains the B vitamins (e.g., thiamine, riboflavin, pyridoxine, folic acid), E, PP and macroelements [...]

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Shashlyk stands alone

By |2000-10-10T23:38:24+00:00October 10th, 2000|Categories: Armenian, Azerbaijani, Cuisine, Food, Kazah, Kirghiz, Meats|Tags: |

Shashlyk is an eastern dish: fragrant, juicy, smelling with charcoals meat with good dry wine. Unfortunately, today’s shashlyk is far from the classical one, although everyone enjoys it much, until they taste the true dish. The homeland of shashlyk is the East, Iran, Iraq, Lebanon, and Caucasus. But the dish became popular and beloved among all [...]

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