Ukrainian cuisine
Ukrainian cuisine is the cuisine of Ukraine It is very diverse and has a rich history.
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Veselka
Veselka is a Ukrainian 24-hour restaurant in New York City’s East Village.It was established in 1954 by post-World War II Ukrainian refugees Wolodymyr and Olha Darmochawal and is one of the last of th...
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Obolon CJSC
Obolon Joint Stock Company (Ukrainian: ПАТ "Оболонь") is a major Ukrainian producer of beverages: beer, low alcohol drinks (cocktails), soda drinks and locally extracted natural mineral water, as ...
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Kiev cake
A Kyiv cake or Kiev cake (Ukrainian: торт "Київський") is a brand of dessert cake, made in Kyiv, Ukraine since December 6, 1956 by the Karl Marx Confectionery Factory (now subsidiary of the Roshen...
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Sorrel soup
Sorrel soup is a soup made from water or broth, sorrel leaves, and salt. Other possible ingredients are egg yolks or whole eggs (hard boiled or scrambled), potatoes, carrots, parsley root, and rice. ...
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Bryndza
Bryndza is a sheep milk cheese made mainly in Slovakia, Romania and Moldova, but also in Poland, Ukraine, Hungary and part of Moravia (Moravian Wallachia). Bryndza cheese is creamy white in appearanc...
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Ptasie mleczko
Ptasie Mleczko (Polish) is a soft chocolate-covered candy filled with soft meringue (or milk soufflé). In Russian it is called ptichye moloko (птичье молоко) and in Romanian lapte de pasăre. All these...
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Kissel
Kissel or kisel (Estonian: kissell, Finnish: kiisseli, Latgalian: keiseļs, Latvian: ķīselis, Lithuanian: kisielius, Polish: kisiel, Russian: кисель, kisél’, Ukrainian:...
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Kiev Restaurant
The Kiev Restaurant (also known as the Kiev Diner or simply the Kiev) was a Ukrainian restaurant located in the East Village section of New York City.Founded in the 1970s by Michael Hrynenko (1954-200...
Borscht
Borscht (also borsch, bortsch, borstch, borshtch, borsh, borshch, Ukrainian борщ) is a soup of Ukrainian origin that is popular in many Eastern and Central European cuisines, including those of Poland...
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Burger Club
Burger Club is a Ukrainian burger fast food chain. Opened in 2008, it operates in three countries in Europe and Asia. These countries are Ukraine, Kazakhstan and Russia.The company's headquarters are ...
Sovetskoye Shampanskoye
Sovetskoye Shampanskoye (Советское Шампанское, 'Soviet Champagne') is a generic brand of sparkling wine produced in the Soviet Union and successor states. It was produced for many years as a state-run...
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Potato Ulanov
Glafira Vasilyevna Dorosh (Ukrainian: Глафіра Василівна Дорош; Russian: Глафира Васильевна Дорош; born 1921) is a Ukrainian chef from the village of Ulanov, Vinnytsia Oblast, who invented Pota...
Nemiroff
Nemiroff is a Ukrainian producer of alcoholic beverages, specializing in horilkas, vodkas and other spirits, based in the town of Nemyriv in Vinnytska oblast. Nemiroff was one of the top three leaders...
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Lymonnyk
Lymonnyk (Ukrainian: лимо́нник), also known as limonnik (Russian: лимо́нник), is a Ukrainian lemon pie.
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Potato pancake
Potato pancakes are shallow-fried pancakes of grated or ground potato, flour and egg, often flavored with grated onion or garlic and seasoning. Potato pancakes may be topped with a variety of condimen...
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Cabbage roll
A cabbage roll (also known as pigs in a blanket) is a dish consisting of cooked cabbage leaves wrapped around a variety of fillings. It is common to the ethnic cuisines of the Balkans, Central, Northe...
Syrniki
In Russian, Belarusian, Lithuanian, Polish, and Ukrainian cuisines, syrniki (Russian: сы́рник[и]; Ukrainian: сирники; Belarusian: сырнікі) are fried quark pancakes, garnished with sour cream, ...
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Vatrushka
Vatrushka (Belarusian, Russian and Ukrainian: Ватрушка) is an Eastern Europe pastry formed as a ring of dough with quark in the middle, often with the addition of raisins or bits of fruit. Ranging in ...
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Horilka
Horilka (Belarusian: гарэлка, Ukrainian: горілка) is a Ukrainian alcoholic beverage. The word horilka may also be used in a generic sense in the Ukrainian language to mean vodka, whisky, or ...
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Pulled pork
Pulled pork is a method of cooking pork where what would otherwise be a tough cut of meat is cooked slowly at low temperatures, allowing the meat to become tender enough so that it can be "pulled", or...
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Vushka
Uszka, (meaning "little ears" in Polish), are small dumplings (a very small and twisted version of pierogi) usually filled with flavoursome wild forest mushrooms and/or minced meat. They are usually s...
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Pea soup
Pea soup or split pea soup is soup made typically from dried peas, such as the split pea. It is, with variations, a part of the cuisine of many cultures. It is greyish-green or yellow in color dependi...
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Pierogi
Pierogi /pɨˈroʊɡi/, ([pjɛˈrɔɡʲi]; also spelled perogi, pierogy, perogy, pierógi, pyrohy, pirogi, pyrogie, or pyrogy in English or other Slavic languages; juvenile diminutive form: Pierożki [pjɛˈrɔʂk...
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Dressed herring
Dressed herring, colloquially known as herring under a fur coat or just fur coat (Russian: Сельдь под шубой - Seld Pod Shuboi, Russian: Шуба - Shuba) is a layered salad composed of diced salte...
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