Ukrainian Polish Zur Or Romanian Ciorba Soup With MeatballsFrom elgab89 7 years ago
- 500 g beef preferably with bone(used for stew - cheapest you find - you will discard it!) shopping list
- 1 onion shopping list
- 2 carrots shopping list
- 1 parsnip shopping list
- 1 celery root shopping list
- 4 tomatoes shopping list
- 2 red peppers shopping list
- 1 l zur or the juice of 2 lemons shopping list
- salt shopping list
- Meatballs: shopping list
- 300 g minced pork shopping list
- 300 g minced beef shopping list
- 1 teaspoon tomato paste shopping list
- 1/2 onion diced shopping list
- 1 spoon rice shopping list
- salt and pepper shopping list
- Mix of herbs: shopping list
- 1 spoon diced lovage ( harder to find, adds lots of flavor - you can skip it if you do not have it, however it does make a difference) shopping list
- 1 spoon diced parsley shopping list
- Serve it with sour cream shopping list
How to make it
- Make the meatballs first and mix all the ingredients. Set it on the side.
- Take all the root vegetables, including the onion and cut it very small ( I shred it). Cut the meat in large cubes. Add all in a large pot and cove with 3 l of cold water. bring it to boil. Let it boil gently at low heat.
- Add the tomatoes skinned and cut, the red peppers cut into thin and short strips and let it boil another 5 minutes.
- Separately, boil the zur - it will become clear. If you do not use zur, add the lemon juice.
- Form small balls from the meatballs mix and drop them gently in the low boiling water. Boil on low heat for 10min. max.
- Add zur and boil another 5 min.
- Add the herbs.
- Serve with a spoon or 2 of sour cream.
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