Original recipe yields 8 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie dietSee full nutrition
Omg.....marry me please!! Chef John Love your recipes would relocate if you would cook for me...LOL On a serious note- Thank you for all of your wonderful recipes.
Change from orifinal recipe- total prep and cook time:45 minutes. I used to live in Ukraine and I ate borscht several times a week there. This recipe tastes very similar to how they eat it over ...
Great recipe. I love beets and this is a winner! I totally agree with Sundances review. Amen. Thank you, Chef John.
I simply started with beef stock and cooked all the veggies together in the stock for 1/2 an hour. I also used plain yogurt instead of sour cream. Great and couldn't have been quicker.
When I made this it was my first time making or trying borscht. It was absolutely incredible! I ate everything in my bowl and then went back for seconds, and even my husband enjoyed eating it (a...
I made this for Halloween one year and it was SOOO delicious! LOVE IT!
Using this recipe it was the first time I made borscht. I sautéed the onions first in the pot. Then added all the cut up veggies ingredients, except the beets, to the pot to sauté. Then instead ...
Highly recommended - the result was a hearty borscht, with great depth of flavor and beautiful balance! Followed the recipe to the tee, and served with toasted/buttered dill bread. Yum!
I'm a russian dude and I ate everything from dumplings to pork chop my mom was the best Russian cook ever to heat up a pan so I took in her foot steps and opened a restaurant in Houston Texas an...