|1.||Green onion For the okroshka||1 beam|
|2.||Dill For the okroshka||1 beam|
|3.||Salt For the okroshka||1 pinch|
|4.||Cucumbers For the okroshka||3 PC.|
|5.||Chicken egg For the okroshka||3 PC.|
|6.||Beef For the okroshka||500 gram|
|7.||Kvass For the okroshka||1 L|
|8.||Sour cream For the okroshka||taste|
|9.||Mustard For the okroshka||taste|
|10.||Potatoes And by all means||4 PC.|
|11.||Vegetable oil And by all means||1 tbsp|
|12.||Salt And by all means||taste|
1 . Stage
Chop onions and dill, add a generous handful of coarse rock salt
2 . Stage
IMPORTANT: grind with a wooden pusher (I have it in my dacha, wield a wooden spatula)
3 . Stage
The onions and dill should make friends with the salt and the greens will sap. Sometimes my grandmother would grind the herbs with the egg yolk, but some little fussies didn't like that.
4 . Stage
Cut the cucumber into small cubes and send it to the pan. More often the cucumber was grated on a grater.
5 . Stage
Followed by hard-boiled eggs, cut into cubes.
6 . Stage
7 . Stage
IMPORTANT: mix properly. So that the salty greens now make friends with the rest of the components. Stir from the bottom up and for two minutes. Let stand for at least 15-20 minutes.
8 . Stage
Did you miss anything? No potatoes!? There were never any potatoes in this okroshka. The potatoes were served separately... in a frying pan. Peel the potatoes, chop them, and fry them in vegetable oil until crispy.
9 . Stage
On the bottom of a serving plate put table mustard (to taste), then chopped okroshka and pour iced white kvass. Top with sour cream (or without, who likes it)
10 . Stage
A bowl of icy okroshka, a pan of fiery crispy fried potatoes, and there it is, the okroshka of my childhood.
11 . Stage
This is divinely delicious. Bon appetit!