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Russian Food

Russian Food

Russian food may seem strange and foreign, but the familiarity of its ingredients may shock you. One of the most common components of dishes in Russia is one of America’s favorite garnishes: sour cream.

It is used as a dip or condiment in America, in Russia, it is baked into cakes and put in a soup. This is but one example of the bridge connecting two seemingly distant cuisines.

Staple Russian Food

Just as America is famous for being a country of pizza lovers and hot dog connoisseurs, Russia also identifies with a number of national dishes. Contemporary Russian cuisine is truly delicious. It is also healthy because it mostly relies on naturally grown ingredients. It is also very filling because Russian dishes have tons of vegetable oil, sour cream, and mayo. Russian national cuisine uses lots of grains and roots, vegetables, and everything else that vast lands, rich woods, and a plentiful of lakes and rivers have to offer. Staple Russian food features lots of fish, mushrooms, and berries.

Because of the harsh climate, Russians had a limited variety of ingredients, but this hardship has been compensated with creative recipes and combinations, as they have invented a mind-boggling variety of soups and because they had to preserve food for cold winters, Russians made a science out of pickling vegetables.

russian food

Among the most important ingredients in Russian cuisine are potatoes. In the early 18 th century Peter the Great brought potatoes to Russia (they had been discovered in South America).

At first, they were available to only elites and were considered poisonous by the peasants. Over time, potatoes have become the central element in almost every Russian dish, fried, boiled, baked, mashed, cooked as cakes, and so forth.

Later, with the development of Russia and expansion of its territories to Western Europe during the 16th-18 th , Russian kitchens of aristocrats incorporated the most sophisticated recipes from Austria, Germany, and France to their meals.

Contemporary Russian Food

Russian breakfasts are very similar to those in some western countries. For breakfast, Russians almost always drink tea with a sandwich with meat (kolbasa), or fried eggs or omelets (but without bacon). Sometimes they make blini. Lunch always features soups and Russian dinners are similar to any Western cuisine, featuring a variety of fried meats and fish.

russian cuisine

Meals are served with rich salads (the recipe of the most popular salad is very simple: cucumbers + tomatoes +onions + sour cream/mayo), picketed vegetables, and boiled of fried potatoes. Some dishes are more creative than others and take a while to make like golbuci — ground beef with rice wrapped in cabbage leaves and stewed in an oven for 3 hours.

Popular Russian Food: Blini, Pelmeni, Borsch & Salads

Блины or blini

The French have their crepes, the Americans have their pancakes, and the Russians have their blinis.

A blin is a very thin circle of batter cooked the same as pancakes.


Blinis are used to hold hot food and depending on personal preferences can be filled with anything to accommodate every unique taste.

Fill it with fruit, jam, honey, jelly, or cottage cheese to make a terrific dessert; roll chicken, meat, salad, or fish into blini for a nourishing dinner, and for special events use caviar as a filling.

Пельмени or Pelmeni

Pelmeni translates literally to «ear-shaped dish». It is very similar to ravioli. Tiny pockets of cooked dough, pelmenis are usually filled with seasoned meat.


They are simple to cook and easy to eat and are most delicious with melted butter and sour cream.

Суп or Soup

Russians love soups! Borsch, fish soup, cabbage soup – the possibilities are endless. Traditionally eaten at the start of a meal, soups are believed to aid in the digestive process.

Russians have a mind-boggling variety of soups: rassolnik — chicken soup with pickles, salanka — meat soup with olives and sausages, okroshka — a cold soup made of chopped vegetables, orange borsh — cabbage soup, soup s frikadlkami — meatball soup, uha — fish soup and the list goes on.

There is one secret that makes Russian soups so good — podjarka — which is a pre-frying of chopped onions, grated carrots, and a little bit of garlic in vegetable oil. When carrots take on a golden hue and onions become transparent «podjarka» is added to the soup.

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Borsch beet soup is by far the most popular. Its recipe differs from family to family, providing an array of tastes based on region.

Common borsch ingredients are beets, potatoes, cabbage, carrots, meat, and a variety of spices.

Its finishing touch is sour cream, and though hot sour cream may seem too bizarre, it melts into the soup and adds a creamy, tart twist to the savory dish.

Салаты or Salads

Russian salads are not the usual lettuce-and-dressing, they are more reminiscent of American potato or chicken salad. Composed of many different chopped ingredients, they are held together by a good helping of mayonnaise.


Sometimes the ingredients are quite simple, like mayo, ham, and cheese salad, and sometimes they are packed with every vegetable within reach – carrots, garlic, peas, pickles, cabbage. Though the way Russians use their ingredients may seem elaborate you are almost guaranteed to leave Russia a few pounds heavier than you arrived.

Напитки or Beverages

While Russians are most famous for vodka, there are a number of other delicious national drinks as well. Aside from alcoholic beverages, many Russians drink tea, coffee, and a variety of juice.


They also produce a beverage called Kvas, a drink made from fermented bread. Another delicious traditional Russian drink is mors (juice of boiled berries. And, of course, the Russian tea ceremony with a samovar is a must-experience.

Десерты or Desserts

As for sweets, Russia is not without its fair share of sugary wonders. The most popular gifts given during the holidays are chocolates, cakes, and pastries.


Stores devote entire aisles to chocolate, providing different flavors, forms, fillings, and more. Belgium may be famous for producing chocolate, but Russia is where chocolate is appreciated.

Must-Taste Russian Food:

  • Blini with fruits, jam, honey, or cheese
  • Pelmeni with sour cream
  • Borsch soup or salanka
  • Russian Salad
  • Kvas drink or other
  • Medovik (honey cake) or Bird’s milk cake

Interesting Russian Food

Russia is not without its unusual cuisine. Two of its most unique foods are salo – pig fat – and cow’s tongue. Eating them requires a strong stomach, but many Russians consider these dishes to be delicacies.

russian food

Another weird Russian dish is stooden also called kholodetc. Its name derived from the word «kholod» meaning cold, and in America, the dish is known as aspic. It is a gel made by letting cooked meat with garlic and other key ingredients sit in a refrigerator until the broth hardens into a gel. It is then taken out and eaten cold. Meat Jell-O! Cooking it is a laborious task as it takes long hours to boil and cool the jellied minced meat dish. It is also considered «Vodka’s best friend» kholodetc is often served with cold vodka and eaten with spicy horseradish mustard sauce.

You’ll also find an array of berries that aren’t widely eaten in America, and if you are in rural Russia during the right season, you can pluck them right off the bushes! The most surprising list may be the collection of things Russians DON’T eat. You will rarely see a Russian eating peanut butter, apple sauce, cheddar cheese, American-style sandwiches, Mexican food, or many Italian dishes. Get used to mayo-salads and borsch!

Changing Habits — Eating Out

Russians are not accustomed to eating out. Until recently, many could not afford to do so, but the times are changing and today, it is much more common for the city dwellers to dine in restaurants not just on holidays, but on typical days as well. Even though there are many ethnic places to eat, most restaurants cater to traditional Russian food described above. The available restaurants, though, will not disappoint. Russia is full of cafes, fast food restaurants, dine-in restaurants, and cafeteria-style locations.


If you want a quick snack during your Russian tour, there are stands all over the main cities that serve the savory and sweet doughy goodness of blinis. If none of these options suit you, American restaurants are popular in every city, from Sbarro and Pizza Hut to Subway and McDonald’s. What is more, many Moscow restaurants and restaurants in St. Petersburg are renown worldwide and are worth a visit.

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One of the best ways to taste Russian cuisine is during large holidays such as birthdays or New Year’s Eve. Whether you are being adventurous with kholodets or enjoying a pot of borsch, you are guaranteed to find something that will fill you, your heart, and soul.

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Ресторан «Троекуров»


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Сет шеф-повара Дмитрия Стволкова посвящается любви к мясу. В подборке блюд — стейк рибай, курганская дичь, птица с местной птицефабрики и овощи с уральских ферм и теплиц «УГМК-Агро». Цена за такой курс блюд вполне доступная.

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Сет от Barbara интригующий. Шеф-повар Рустам Гимадутдинов решил сделать акцент на закусках и познакомить гостей с новыми гастро-сочетаниями. Свежую устрицу подают с соусом из малины, тунец — с маринованным арбузом, а равиоли из семги — с соусом из тыквы и карри. Фестивальный десерт заслуживает внимания: шоколадный тако с гелем из красного апельсина мы еще не пробовали. А можно таких два?

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Винный бар сделал сет в стиле фьюжн — смешение стилей. Он полностью отражает подход команды «Био Шмио» к вину. Сомелье и создатели проекта, Роман Сергеев и Елена Бачинина, любят разное и против любой винной дискриминации. В сете тоже смешение стилей — нордический сморреброд, ближневосточное горячее и французская классика. При этом все легко сочетать с вином. Под сморреброд хорош рислинг, под остальные два блюда можно смело заказывать насыщенное белое, например, шардоне, шенен блан или макабео.

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Хинкали, 3 шт. (с говядиной и свининой, с бараниной, с бараниной и тархуном, с бараниной, томатом и сыром, с лососем и сливочным сыром, со шпинатом и сыром, сванские из рубленой говядины, с грибами и картофельным кремом или с цыпленком и креветками)

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Top 10 Russian foods and recipes

Explore the mouth-watering dishes Russia has to offer with these top 10 traditional Russian foods or make them yourself using the recipes included.

Only a few dishes of Russian cuisine have received international renown. But the inclusion of both hearty and finesse foods in Moscow equally serve the needs of comfort and gourmet dining.

When temperatures can drop to -30°C during Moscow’s winter, it’s no surprise that Russian food is typically hearty; potatoes, bread, pastry and sour cream often feature as common ingredients. Yet delicate smoked fishes, thin papery crêpesand red and black caviar are equal contenders in Russian cuisine. You may feel French influences show through in several dishes, although the Russian versions stand on their own merit. Restaurants aren’t cheap in Moscow. But classic Russian dishes are just as good from streets stalls and fast-food eateries as they are from high-end restaurants.

Top Russian foods you have to try

1. Borsch / Borscht

This beet and cabbage red soup is a delicious belly warmer on Moscow’s colder days. It comes with or without meat, potato, herbs (usually dill) and a dollop of smetana, sour cream. Accompanied with a piece of rye bread or garlic bread topped with melted cheese, this dish is hearty enough to serve as a meal, although it is usually eaten as a starter. A staple of Russian cuisine, it would be an offense to leave Moscow without trying this soup at least once– although its surprisingly tasty flavour will certainly leave you wishing you had tried more local variations. Other common Russian soups to try are ukha, a seasoned fish and vegetable broth, and schi, a cabbage-based broth.

Russian recipes: Borsch

Make your own:

  • Try this classic Russian Borsch soup recipe, with photos.
  • The Guardian guides readers on how to cook the perfect borsch.
  • Watch this video for a family vegetarian Borsch recipe.

2. Russian pancakes

Blini are Russia’s version of the thin French crêpe. They’re a staple food on most Russian menus, typically using buckwheat for savory fillings or white flour for sweet toppings. You’ll see accompaniments of smoked salmon, creamy mushrooms, sour cream, jams and condensed milk– to name a few– but the high-end, revered combination is a spoonful of red salmon or black sturgeon caviar. Another tasty Russian pancake is the cottage cheese version called syrniki, a denser form of ricotta-pancakes, which are eaten for breakfast or dessert. They’re best with homemade jams made from Russia’s large array of berries. Condensed milk, honey, and sour cream are also common condiments.

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Make your own:

  • This blini recipe has photos to guide you;
  • Get some filling ideas from here.
  • Watch this video for easy and healthy cottage cheese pancakes, or
  • try this local recipe.

3. Russian salad

This hardly needs mentioning seeing as ‘Russian salad’ is one such dish that has spread internationally, and chances are you’ve tried a version in your home country. However, the Russian version is fresher with a light smattering of mayonnaise; that’s quite the opposite to the ratio of the soft-boiled, mayonnaise-heavy international versions. This could be due to the use of fresh cucumber or crunchy Russian pickles. The base of diced potato, peas, egg and mayonnaise/sour cream remains ubiquitous. In Moscow, however, it goes by the name Olivier salad. It takes its’ name from the chef Lucien Olivier who created the secret recipe there around the mid-1800s, although the original ingredients have been swapped for cheaper, more available Russian foods. You’ll also find a variation of similar cold Russian salads that will equally vie for your attention.

Russian salad

Make your own:

  • A step-by-step photo-guided recipe.
  • Try a vegetarian twist with mushrooms.

4. Smoked salmon or salted herring

Smoked, salted, and marinated river and saltwater fish feature widely in Russian food, and are expertly prepared to have a delicate and fresh flavor. On menus you’ll typically find marinated or smoked salmon served alone as a dish or with pancakes, and salted herring served in salads, a typical one colloquially named ‘herring under a fur coat’ or shuba, which covers salted herring with layers of grated boiled vegetables, beets, onions and mayonnaise. Tartareis is also commonly found on menus in Russia. Other common fish served in Moscow include trout, carp, zander, sturgeon and sterlet, also know as the Tsar fish.

Make your own:

  • Prepare smoked salmon with this video.
  • You can make shuba using this salted herring recipe.
  • You may prefer switching herring for smoked salmon.

5. Shashlik/Shashlyik

If semi-raw marinated fish doesn’t suit your tastes, these roasted meats and fish on skewers are hard not to like. As the name suggests, this dish is a form of shish kebab, although the Russian version is served with chunkier portions of lamb, beef, chicken or salmon, and served with an unleavened bread, Russian pickles and a sometimes spicy tomato sauce. If your travels take you to Moscow’s Izmailovsky flea market (and it’s certainly a top 10 thing to see), you’ll find a range of market stalls serving shashlik sticks right off the grill.

Russian recipes: Shashlik

Make your own:

  • Learn to marinate and grill shashlik with this recipe.
  • Experiment with a range of marinates and meats with this guide.
  • Add a dab of Russian ‘ketchup’ as well.

6. Russian dumplings

What’s different about Russian dumplings (pelmeni) are the tasty herbs added to the packed meat fillings of lamb, pork, or beef and the thinness of the dough. You can also find fish (typically salmon) or creamy mushrooms as common fillers. When ordering them, servers ask if you want them solo (boiled) or served in a broth.

Make your own:

  • Try an authentic recipe.
  • This recipe with photos will teach you how to fold the dumplings.
  • Make a salmon filling in this recipe.

7. Mini-pies

One of the most ubiquitous Russian foods are mini pies (pirozhki), which use similar fillings and herbs to dumplings. The difference is that they’re encased in pastry and either pan-fried or oven-baked. Besides the typical meat or salmon fillings, however, you also get the additional choice of cabbage, potato, egg, cheese and even sweet fillings. Pirozhki make a great appetizer at a restaurant, as well as a quick bite from a street stall or bakery.


Make your own:

  • Watch a video to make pirozhki with cabbage
  • Choose from potato or meat filling.
  • Get some tips from pastry pros
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8. Honeycake

The intricate-looking cake medovik involves alternating ultra-thin layers of honey sponge cake with sweetened (sour) cream. The thin layers are built-up to form the cake, from anywhere between five and 15 layers, topped off with a sprinkling of crushed sponge or nuts and left overnight to soften and absorb the cream. Fluffy and light to eat, but full-on in flavour and sweetness.

Make your own:

  • Follow this family recipe with photos.
  • Switch for a condensed milk filling.
  • You can copy this 15-layer recipe.

9. Stroganoff

Another Russian dish that is served on dinner tables worldwide, eating stroganoff from its Russian source is everything you would expect. It’s tastier, smoother and creamier than you’ve ever had at home. The credit goes in part to Russian sour cream, but Russia is also home to some of the best and widest variation of mushrooms. Coupled with interesting variations of hunting/game meats, you’ll definitely want to try this dish (again).

Make your own:

  • Follow this simple step-by-step guide.
  • For vegetarians, try a mixed-mushroom recipe.

10. Mushroom julienne

With a similar taste to stroganoff but without meat, this creamy mushroom dish is on almost every menu as a hot appetizer. Combining some of Russia’s ubiquitous ingredients and a hint of French obsession, this Russian food is made with thinly sliced mushrooms, cheese, sour cream and cream and broiled/grilled for a crusty top, served in a dainty metal dish or bread crust. While this rich, small-serving dish may not impress foreigners with its basic ingredients, it’s a special dish in Russian cuisine. Indeed, mushrooms in any form are a must-try in Russia, where mushroom hunting could almost be considered a national pastime. When you’re full of the cream, try an assortment of pickled mushrooms instead.

Russian recipes: mushroom julienne

Make your own:

  • A recipe from a Russian julienne fan;
  • or watch a video instead.
  • This recipe adds chicken for a twist.

To drink:

Besides sipping vodka from a shot glass, you’ll also find an interesting range of teas and alcoholic warm drinks worth trying. Tea, surprisingly, is a very popular drink in Russia. It’s traditionally served from a samovar, which you might still find in some Russian food eateries. There are traditional drinks such as sbiten, a spicy hot drink flavored with wine or honey, or ormors, which is made of berry juice and birch tree juice, but you might not find these readily available on menus.

More commonly found are medovukha, a sweet drink made with fermented-honey, and kvass, a drink usually made from black rye or rye bread– both with a low-alcoholic kick. You can also try making kvass at home with this recipe.

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  • сахар – 150 г.;
  • оливковое масло – 20 г.;
  • мед – ч. л.;
  • мука – 160 г.;
  • дрожжи – ч. л.;
  • морковка – 150 г.;
  • корица – ч. л.;
  • орехи – 150 г.;
  • яйцо – 2 штуки,
  • соль – щепотка.

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Фото, Рецепты вкусных десертов для перекуса

  • печенье – 150 грамм;
  • фундук – 50 гр.;
  • сыр сливочный – 400 гр.;
  • сахар – 90 гр.;
  • яйцо – 2 шт.;
  • йогурт с черникой – 2 стаканчика;
  • свежая черника – 100 гр.;
  • масло – 60 гр.



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