31 Borsch – A Delicious Red Soup

Borsch – A Delicious Red Soup

Posted on November 2, 2010 by team

Borsch is a very delicious and specific kind of vegetable soup and a part of national cuisines of many countries: Russia, Ukraine, Poland, Belarus, Moldova, etc.

There are hundreds ways of cooking borsch. For example the Ukrainian borsch is usually cooked with fried meat (when you need to make it quicker) or raw meat (originally beef or pork). It consists of boiled vegetables (beet, onion, cabbage and carrots) which are added in broth later. Borsch is commonly boiled for 20-40 minutes and when it is ready, is a real tastiness with sour cream!

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31 responses to “Borsch – A Delicious Red Soup”

  1. JZ says:

    Mmmm, one of my favorite!

  2. SFRJ says:

    Looks nice and I hope it is tasty.

  3. John Kimble says:

    First !!! 🙂

  4. Marked One says:

    The lack of a linked recipe for the photos greatly disappoints me.

  5. Salty. S says:

    All “red” soups are good.

  6. JI E LLI A K says:

    Mmmmm….. Vkusnyashka….
    Ps: PerviyNah

  7. Testicules says:


  8. eger_666 says:

    One of my favorite soups. It’s awesome with meat.

  9. perristalsis says:

    During the cold war, we were told this is all the Commies had to eat, just one bowl a day. Then of course we were shown our fields full of amber waves of grain, huge bread factories, acres of beef, etc.

    Keep the truth going E.R.

  10. John says:

    one of these after a night of hard drinking & partying gets you back on track

  11. yoba says:


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  13. Alek says:

    I make this delicious soup all the time. Mine comes out a little more orange but that is because I like to add a little more carrots.

  14. Boritz says:

    I am eating some now. From the jar it is fairly good, but not like fresh made!

  15. BH206L3 says:

    My grandmother use to make this when I was a little kid, and the Local bakery would produced the good Russian Rye bread to go with it. That would be 1965. After that my grandmother had trouble taking care of herself. From 62 to 65 she lived with Mom me and my brother, and all that stuff they use to make. Those were the days, Grand Mom was born in Minsk,It was Imperial Russia then, and she was 93 when she passed on in 69. Lots of White Russians and Poles settled were I grew up in the United States, later they would come from the Soviet Era. Each brought value and tradition with them. Now All I need is to find that Borsch again!

  16. ana says:

    Yeah Polish Barszcz, i’ve made it yesterday 🙂

  17. MotherRussia says:

    I was a bit disappointed to see ER posting food… but, everybody’s so sociable when food comes up. I like it.

    Anybody care to share some recipes?

  18. xoxo says:

    i make a bomb Borscht with fresh baked bread…did i mention it’s the bomb? yeah, it’s good.

  19. STAN says:

    You forgetten Romania! The Borsch recipes from Romania are one the best made…and I will not mention the soup..

  20. DougW says:

    nom nom nom

  21. Left SR says:

    Delicious for anarchists. No meat needed, let’s coexist with animals, Comrades.

  22. Chololo says:

    I tasted it in Mariupol, really delicious! one of my favorite dishes around the world in fact

  23. Musa says:

    Hunger is the best sauce…

  24. Archy Bunka says:

    The Giants win the pennant! The Giants win the pennant! The soup looks good too.

  25. Gerald says:

    One of the many reasons i would like to visit your side of this planet.

  26. johnalexjohn says:

    What a great food its can be very delicious.can i have full recipe please.

  27. mikean says:

    So nice i looks nice and delicious.

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