12 Cooking Naval Cabbage Soup And Mushroom Pie

Cooking Naval Cabbage Soup And Mushroom Pie

Posted on December 11, 2010 by team


“Naval” cabbage soup first appeared in the 18th century and is regarded as one of the oldest dishes in the Russian navy.

To cook it we need – sea fish (grouper, blue whiting, pollack etc.) – 400 grams, 600 grams of cabbage, 120 grams of raw pork fat, some smoked foods – bacon, mackerel – 10 grams, 1 carrot, 1 parsley root, 30 grams of melted butter and 2 onions.

At first we scale fish and boil heads, tails and fins.

Then we cut raw pork fat and bacon into small pieces and fry them with butter.

Now we shred cabbage and parsley root, add them to the fat and smoked foods, fry a bit and then stew on average fire.

We cut carrot and onions, brown them and add to the cabbage.

Stewing all the stuff…

Now we cut the fish into portion pieces and fry in salty butter.

Now we mix cabbage, fish and broth in one pan and bring the soup to the boil.

Ready!

And here is a very delicious mushroom pie!

To cook it we need: 2 glasses of flour, 100 grams of butter, sour cream – 150 ml, salt – to prepare dough, and 500 grams of champignons, 3 eggs, 150 milliliters of sour cream, 150 grams of grated cheese, salt and pepper to cook the stuffing.

We mix flour…

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12 Responses to “Cooking Naval Cabbage Soup And Mushroom Pie”

  1. BARRIE says:

    Enough, is enough of these silly cooking tips, lets get down to the real stuff Technology, industry, and manly pursuits.

    • Musa says:

      Cooking and eating aren’t manly persuits? Some of the Worlds best chefs are men. I doubt there were women cooking Naval Cabbage Soup for the men aboard the ships.

  2. moo says:

    why do u always have to make me hungry! why?!

  3. Zenobiush says:

    Two words: Cardiac Arrest!

  4. FührerBunker.AT says:

    F. Bunker here.

    Kool

  5. natasha says:

    You ALWAYS make me hungry!! :D

  6. lenin says:

    In Soviet Russia, there was no REWE nor Weizenmehl, Пиздец.

  7. Richard says:

    Yummm…. looks like I want some, I will make some

  8. xoxo says:

    ok, all the ingridients for the “mushroom pie” I see are German.
    So its probably from Russian Germans (who are in abundance in Germany) and their cousine is usually a mix of Kazak/Russian/German…its rarely good and by no means Russian.

  9. Musa says:

    Both look wonderful. Thanks for the post.

  10. Baldraven says:

    Damn that looks good !!!!!

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