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    This recipe makes a tangy flavor-filled meaty soup that is a great way to use what is left of the Thanksgiving Bird after the family carnivores are finished with it. I have been developing this recipe since late 2001 when I lost my job right after the 9/11 disaster and had too much time on my hands. This stew has now become a family favorite. Very low fat and nutritious, it makes for a complete meal. It is not suited as a side dish to a main course.

    Recipe #344742

    Solyanka is a traditional Ukrainian and Russian meaty soup that is just great in the wintertime. It is traditionally on the salty side with few vegetables so I modified the recipe to make it healthier and more nutritious. The most appealing quality of Solyanka is the tart salty broth and the variety of strong flavors you get from the different strong flavored ingredients in the soup. Served with thick slices of buttered Russian or Ukrainian rye bread, it makes a filling and satisfying meal. ...... For the MEATS - Traditional Solyanka is made with sliced sausages, smoked pork, beef and often whatever is available. I prefer to use lighter ingredients. The sausage I like is Hillshire Farms Lite Smoked Sausage, or their Turkey Kielbasa Lite. These have great flavor and half the fat of traditional Eastern European sausages. A few slices of hot salami alsao add good flavor but for low fat I use a couple of chicken breasts in addition to the Lite sausage. ...... For the BROTH - For the broth to have its correct flavor it should be made from beef. Making traditional beef stock with soup bones and scrap meats is time consuming. Store-bought beef broth is often too salty and weak to boot. My preferred method is to use Minor's Beef Base Concentrate. Not available in stores, you can find this at a restaurant supplier or online from Amazon. This is a highly concentrated beef paste that quickly makes a very high quality broth with little effort. A 16 oz tub of Minor's will keep in the fridge for up to a year and make over 5 gallons of flavorful stock. A tip for reducing salt is to use more Minor's Beef Base instead of salt to add more flavor. If you make this recipe, be sure to try Minor's Base, for it will make this soup much better, and will surely become a regular standby in your kitchen. ...... For the VEGGIES - Traditional Russian Solyanka will only have salt-preserved varieties like pickled cucumbers, olives, capers, and salted mushrooms. While including at least some of these is important to get authentic flavor, I like to add shredded cabbage, white onions, sliced celery, and stewed tomatoes for improved nutrition. I shred the cabbage fine so as to add a bit of thickness to the body of the soup. ...... For the GARNISH - Just as important as what goes into the soup is what you dress it with. Squeeze a wedge of fresh Lemon into each bowl, drop a dollop of sour cream into the center, and sprinkle chopped fresh Dill over the top and you will be in heaven. These add contrasting flavors and make the soup a genuine delight.

    Recipe #351209


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