There are a million sauerkraut recipes; someone adds marinade, someone adds vinegar, someone basically doesn’t put sugar, someone adds bell pepper, someone adds beets and uses red cabbage. As you see, there are a million options, but mom's cabbage is the tastiest! Sauerkraut according to this recipe turns out to be very crispy and juicy, and you’ll have to wait for only a couple of days.
Working from home? Need to cook a quick lunch? Are you tired of ordinary salads? Try something new! Sweet grapes, salty cheese, sour dressing, and the aroma of basil are the perfect combination!
We can't eat only biscuits... so here's a recipe for a salad with chicken, mushrooms, and prune! It's a real masterpiece from my beloved grandmother!
One of the silkiest in taste salad I've ever tried. Blueberries not only add a dimension of flavor but also add unexpected color to this salad recipe. The lemon dressing gives this fresh yummy salad an extra kick!
The cloudy grey sky outside - it’s time to add bright colors to your life! This salad will pleasantly surprise you with its unusual taste and original combination of ingredients. Here the salty taste of salmon is perfectly balanced by fresh crunchy cucumber and sweet bell pepper, and dill will remind you of summer days.
Light and colorful salad with raspberries, avocado, and soft cheese finished with refreshing orange dressing. You'll fall in love with its bright and original taste!
No holiday table is complete without mimosa salad from my grandma. In Russia, this layered salad is always mentioned in the same breath as Olivier (known as Russian Salad) and Dressed Herring. But this fact doesn't make Mimosa Salad less delicious, and some changes of the traditional recipe even improve it - you only need to take potatoes and butter out of this salad; you also need to replace onion with scallion and replace canned goods with boiled salmon :)