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26 Top 15 Russian Appetizers

Top 15 Russian Appetizers

Posted on June 12, 2012 by team


Russians like to drink. But no vodka goes without good appetizers. These are the most popular and favorite Russian appetizers.

Undoubted leaders are pickles and pickle solution.

Salt herring

Salt or smoked bacon

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26 Responses to “Top 15 Russian Appetizers”

  1. DouglasU says:

    This makes me hungry. Too bad its just a lot of Internet pixels…!!!

  2. Mercal says:

    Disgusting …

  3. Hater_Jonny says:

    Wow… how awful!

  4. Beer makes everything better.

  5. (r)evolutionist says:

    Love the shrooms.

  6. SSSR says:

    Russian food gives me heartburn.Maybe if I lived there for a while I would get used to it.

  7. cro says:

    Theese guys dont use apetizers – Worlds rakia drinking championship…
    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=V4gkgoAu2-E

  8. Cobos says:

    The Russian salad is the best i could drown in it with freshly baked goods :D Borch is pretty awesome too

  9. sandeep says:

    hungryyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyyy

  10. Sasha says:

    Would like to exchange the Jellied minced meat with a Mimosa salad. And the herring with a warm salad of baked onions and mushrooms in sour cream.

    My borsj is almost finished, but tomorrow I will start with half the above list + mimosa :)

  11. Otis R. Needleman says:

    Beer looks good. The rest…not so much.

  12. GENY says:

    since when shashlik become russian?

  13. I am I says:

    All is looking simply great!

  14. traceur says:

    As long as I´m from slovakia, I know all of those appetizers and can ensure you they´re prett good :) Zlaty bazant at the second picture is cool :D

  15. Kronkus says:

    Isn’t this the same list from May 20th 2009 just re-copied?? Even some of the pictures are the same :( http://englishrussia.com/2009/05/20/top-15-russian-appetizers/

  16. Magnus says:

    whoever says this looks disgusting can only be a little mamas boy…

  17. Benoit says:

    some of russian foods like german foods

  18. Ross says:

    Any chance to drag Russian food into the 21st century and make it fresh and palatable? All that preserved, sour, fatty stuff probably saw babushkas through Soviet winters, but it looks like it’s had its time. I shivered looking at it, hoping I’ll never be invited to a Russian dinner!

  19. Simon says:

    I’d try all of it but the seafood.

  20. liptonius says:

    Delightful!

    Every one of them, a thick, rich, tiny mouthful that the cool, cleansing vodka would make memorable.

    I once shared a table with some elderly Italian men, who taught me to shave off thin, thin, slices of fatty, spicy salami, sharp sheeps milk cheese and pickled spicy vegetables to go with a large glass of very raw and young red wine.

    The combination was magical.

    This is clearly a case of “don’t knock it until you’ve tried it”.

  21. Vandenis says:

    To sad, only pixels…… BUT HOW NICE AND TASTY it is looking. LOVE THIS FOOD. Now I can’t sleep well DAMN YOU INTERNET.

  22. Vladimir says:

    Cold fish soup – the best medicine from hangover if you can’t see alcohol . Better only juice of sour cabbage.

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