Soviet Cooking

Almost forgotten recipes from past time
Rare Soviet cookbook published 1955 in the USSR

Beef soup with dried apricots / Armenian version

Beef soup with dried apricots / Armenian version

Beef soup with dried apricots / Armenian version
Ingredients
Beef 110, margarine cream 10, 20 onions, tomato puree 10, 150 potatoes, dried apricots 30, pepper and herbs.

Boil the broth. Chop onions and fry gently in butter margarine, put the tomato puree and remove from heat until tomato thickens and the fat does not turn red.
In the strained broth is prepared to put onions, potatoes, diced, washed dried apricots, salt, pepper and cook until tender.
When serving the soup to put cooked meat and sprinkle with herbs.

14 comments:

  1. Adding apricots to beef soup is new for me. Will have to do this version and check it out.

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  2. I make a Moroccan chicken slow cook meal with dried apricots and love the flavor they add. Beef? Never added apricots but will try it!

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  3. This is such a creative recipe! I'd never think to try apricots with beef soup, but it sounds amazing!

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  4. This sounds crazy but like it just might create an amazing flavor. I love mixing contrasting flavors for new delights.

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  5. Adding the apricots must have added a natural sweetness to this dish. I love Moroccan flavours.

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  6. Beef and apricot doesnt sound like a good combination but I'm sure it will give it a sweet flavor and make it amazing

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  7. love the idea of the apricots! yum

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  8. Hi... I was wondering if I could use butter instead of margarine?

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    1. Yes, of course, so should be even better !

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  9. This sounds so interesting. I never would have added apricots to beef soup. I will definitely have to try this. Yum!

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  10. So interesting. I think the apricots would make this super sweet.

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  11. I've always wanted to try beef with apricots - you've pushed me to go ahead and do it! THanks for the recipe!

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