A truly traditional Russian dish. Strips of beef sauteed in a garlic sour cream sauce. Usually served over mashed potatoes, it is just as yummy with rice, pasta, or buckwheat.
Dumplings with beef filling, wrapped in thin, unleavened dough. In Siberia, pelmeni are traditionally frozen outdoors in the winter and treated as preserved food. Must have if you are a hunter or explorer heading into the Siberian taiga. The serving size is 12 pieces.
Russian style home made chicken patty (cutlet) with spices. Served with a choice of a side.
Tefteli is a Russian variation of ancient meatball recipe: beef, onions, garlic, rice, salt, pepper, dill, parsley. Tefteli are usually accompanied by mashed potatoes.
Golubtsi is a cabbage roll dish, consisting of cooked cabbage leaves wrapped around meat fillings seasoned with garlic, onion, and spices. Sour cream is the best companion to this dish.
Vareniki, Russian style potato dumplings, are a vegetarian variation of a filled dumpling of East European origin. Potatoes, onions, salt, pepper, dough. Consumed with sour cream and a smile. Serving size is 12 pieces.
Chunks of beef with rice, onions and carrots
Chicken cooked in its own juices with seasonal vegetables served with a choice of side.
These are old world classic potato pancakes well loved by Slavic people. We call them draniki or deruny and they are super yummy for breakfast, lunch or even dinner. These potato pancakes are made by grating raw potatoes into the batter – weird but so good! Served with meat and sour cream.