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Borscht (English: /ˈbɔːrʃ, ˈbɔːrʃt/ (listen)) is a sour soup common in Eastern Europe and Northern Asia. In English, the word "borscht" is most often associated with the soup's variant of Ukrainian origin, made with red beetroots as one of the main ingredients, which give the dish its distinctive red color.


Vareniki or varenyky is a staple dish in Ukrainian cuisines. They are half-moon shaped dumplings that are boiled in salted water.

Vareniki fillings may vary, but the most common version is the potato version. Depending on the filling, they can be served as a starter or as a dessert.
It is customary to accompany varenieki with Russian sour cream called smetana.


Kompot is a drink made with fruits and berries. It is a traditional drink in Ukraine, Bulgaria, and some other Eastern European countries.

You can use any combination of fruits and berries to make kompot.

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