- 2 handfuls Sorrelwashed and roughly chopped (set aside in boiling water until ready to use)
- 3-4 Potatoesunpeeled and chopped
- 4 Eggs
- 1 Onionpeeled and diced
- 1 Garlic clove
- Fresh herbssprinkles of garden herbs, optional
- Sour cream
- Saltto taste
Sorrel Soup (Russian Green Borscht)
This Sorrel Soup (Green Borscht) is another one of our delicious, authentically Russian soup, that is full of everything good and nothing bad. Packed with vitamins and nutrients, this broth-like soup is filled with a handful of sorrel leaves, a few potatoes, boiled eggs, onion and garlic. I like mine best served with a dollop of sour cream on top and some crispy bread for dipping.
To make Sorrel Soup (Green Borscht), you will need the following ingredients:
Steps to make Sorrel Soup (Russian Green Borscht)
Add potatoes and onions
Add sorrel and garlic
Sourish but still delicious thanks for this.
Hate the egg taste in this I think I'll stick to the traditional cabbage soup instead.
Garlic was kinda overwhelming in this I think only half a clove is neccessary if youre serving it only for yourself and make small portions.
I liked this soup but sadly not as much as I enjoyed the Shchi, had more flavor and colors too.
My kids are not a fan but I think it was good with some cheesy garlic bread on the side.
Fun soup to make and the green coloration is pretty too.
Had no idea that Russians have meals without meat! I thought they were all pork lovers like the czech.
Goes amazingly well with smetana in the inside would recommend it.
Was easy and barely anything needed to be done, took me less than 30 minutes to make this soup which is exactly how I like my appetizers, short simple and tasty.
Vegetarian soup is the best kinda soup for my family of none-meat eaters lol thanks for this.
Easy & delicious soup!
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