White Borscht


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White Borscht (or Bialy Barszcz in Polish) is a classic dish eaten at Easter. Traditionally, this soup is made with items in the basket of food that are taken to Church to have blessed on Holy Saturday. These items include bacon, bread, butter, cheese, eggs, ham, sausage, horseradish, salt and a candle (which symbolizes Jesus, the light of the World).
Our family’s version of this sour soup uses smoked ham and kielbasa in a cream based broth, but many people also add hard boiled eggs and serve with buttered rye bread and horseradish.

(750 mL)



Beef stock (Water, Concentrated beef stock, Maltodextrin, Salt, Sugar, Yeast extract, Onion
powder, Beef extract, Natural flavour, Dimenthylpolysiloxane) • Celery • Yukon Gold potatoes • Onion • Carrot • Peas • Barley • Tomato paste (Tomatoes, Citric acid) • Worcestershire sauce (Malt vinegar, Spirit vinegar, Water, Refiners molasses, Sugar, Salt, Anchovies, Tamarind extract, Onion, Garlic, Spice, Flavours) • Soy sauce • Cornstarch • Onion powder • Garlic powder • Thyme • Parsley

Contains: Barley • Soy • Fish

May Contain: Wheat


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