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Russian Luscious Strawberry Treat

Russian Luscious Strawberry Treat created by Lavender Lynn

It's well known that Russians have some basic cooking rules: 1) Try to use sour cream everywhere you can, and 2) Never throw anything away. This is a combination recipe of those two rules, a no cook dessert (or even breakfast) which is super delicious, creating a really yummy sauce without cooking at all! I make this when I have leftover strawberries that are a bit soft but still edible. Kids go insane over this!

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  • Mix all ingredients together well.
  • Wait a minute or so before serving so that the sour cream sauce will be slightly pinkish from the juice created by the strawberries and sugar.
  • Enjoy!
  • Note: This will NOT work with any other berry, so strawberries only!
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"It's well known that Russians have some basic cooking rules: 1) Try to use sour cream everywhere you can, and 2) Never throw anything away. This is a combination recipe of those two rules, a no cook dessert (or even breakfast) which is super delicious, creating a really yummy sauce without cooking at all! I make this when I have leftover strawberries that are a bit soft but still edible. Kids go insane over this!"
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  1. daniel
    My Russian workmates loved it and you are correct. They love Sour Cream.
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  2. Sydney Mike
    Made this with 10 large, frozen strawberries (thawed), left out the sugar & topped it all with some granola cereal ~ OUTSTANDING, & a nice change from the usual bowl of cereal! Certainly want to keep this one! [Made & reviewed for my very first adoptee in this Spring's Pick-A-Chef]
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  3. Lavender Lynn
    Russian Luscious Strawberry Treat Created by Lavender Lynn
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  4. Lavender Lynn
    This is good. It tastes a lot like fruity yogurt. I followed the ingredients but I had to use frozen strawberries in sugar, so I didn't add any extra sugar. Made for Beverage Tag.
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  5. AniSarit
    It's well known that Russians have some basic cooking rules: 1) Try to use sour cream everywhere you can, and 2) Never throw anything away. This is a combination recipe of those two rules, a no cook dessert (or even breakfast) which is super delicious, creating a really yummy sauce without cooking at all! I make this when I have leftover strawberries that are a bit soft but still edible. Kids go insane over this!
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