Polish Beet Soup // Sometimes called clear borscht, this rendition of the traditional Polish soup is surprisingly light and brothy. You can add a garnish of sour cream or yogurt if you like; some classic versions even include pierogi-like dumplings.
There are many ways to make beet soup, the most well-known of all being borscht, the hearty Russian classic that also contains veggies like potatoes and cabbage. Beet soup can be eaten cold, so we like to make it with more delicate flavors and puree it. Here, the ginger beautifully balances the beet, and the coconut milk adds a nice fat component. We find citrus finishes this dish perfectly, so we garnish it with a bit of orange.
Roasted Vegetable Borscht | A traditional sweet and sour Ukrainian beet soup, enhanced with roasted vegetables, caramelized onions and leeks, all wrapped up in a brightly-colored broth - incredibly healthy and tasty to boot! #SundaySupper