Borscht: - Borscht: beet soup, full of meat and sautéed vegetables, including cabbage, carrots, onions, and potatoes. It can be served hot or cold, and is best served with a dollop of fresh sour cream on top., Shchi: - Shchi: cabbage soup, contains potatoes, carrots, onions, and possibly some type of meat such as chicken, Solyanka: - Solyanka: soup is made with various types of meat, including sausage, bacon, ham, and beef, as well as vegetables such as cabbage, carrots, onions, and potatoes. Chopped pickles and the traditional lemon slice garnish, Pirozhki: - Pirozhki: baked or fried puff pastries are packed full of potatoes, meat, cabbage, or cheese., Pelmeni: - Pelmeni: pastry dumplings are typically filled with minced meat and wrapped in a thin, pasta-like dough. They can be served alone, slathered in butter and topped with sour cream, or in a soup broth., Blini: - Blini: wheat pancake rolled with a variety of fillings: jam, cheese, sour cream, caviar, onions, or even chocolate syrup, Shashlyk: - Shashlyk: consist of cubed meat and veggies grilled on skewers., Beef Stroganoff: - Beef Stroganoff: strips of beef in a creamy sauce with mushrooms or tomatoes, often served with rice, noodles, or potatoes, Morozhenoe: - Morozhenoe: ice cream, called morozhenoe. It is common to find it on many restaurant menus with a variety of toppings to choose from—like fruit, nuts, or chocolate.,
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