Borscht : A soup made primarily of beets and served hot or cold often with sour cream. Etymology: Yiddish borsht & Ukrainian & Russian borshch
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Apple Beet Borscht
Vegetarian recipe making six servings, at Recipe Source.
Crock pot recipe using onion powder, low-fat yogurt, and tomato juice. Served cold. From Recipe Source.
Beet Borscht 1
A simple basic recipe using beef brisket, at Recipe Source.
Bobcha's Polish Borscht
A simple recipe using pork spareribs, at Recipe Source.
Uses navy beans, beef, and bacon. Makes ten servings, at Recipe Source.
Recipe calls for white beans and spare ribs. Makes six servings, at Recipe Source.
Borscht (Beet Soup)
Simple microwave recipe making eight servings, at Recipe Source.
Borscht (Pressure Cooked)
Uses beef stock, butter, onions, beets, and cabbage. Makes eight servings, at Recipe Source.
Simple recipe making six servings, at Recipe Source.
Borscht Energy Soup
Calls for Bragg liquid aminos, alfalfa sprouts, and vegetable stock. Makes six servings, at Recipe Source.
Chilled Sweet and Sour Borsch Soup
Using sausage, onion, cabbage, and beets. Serve chilled. From Recipe Source.
Cool Late Summer Borscht
Contains beets, yogurt, apple and lemon juices. Yields eight. Serve cold.
Irene's Hot Borscht
Basic recipe makes eight servings, at Recipe Source.
Vegetarian recipe makes eight servings, at Recipe Source.
Russian Palace's Vegetable Borscht
Made from chicken stock and a variety of ingredients. Makes twelve servings, at RecipeSource.
Classic recipe that uses only a few ingredients.
Calls for potatoes, eggs, brown sugar, and sour cream. Six servings, from Recipe Source.
Basic recipe makes six servings, at RecipeSource.
Uses beef brisket, onions, cabbage, lemon juice, potatoes, and beets.
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