Chicken with Spicy Walnut Sauce (Satsivi)
— The tart walnut sauce (Satsivi) is a traditional element of meat, fish
or poultry dishes from the Georgian Republic. Be careful that the juice
does not spatter onto clothing, as it will stain.
Meat on a Stick
Noodle and Cheese Casserole
Olga's Ukrainian Filled Dumplings
Pelmini — This is a traditional Russian dish that is made in many Kazakstani homes.
Prianiki with Honey and Spices — The prianik is the oldest of the Russian sweetmeats. Traditionally it is a small cake made with honey and spices (prianosti).
Romovaya Baba (Rum Cake with Currants and Raisins)
Russian Apricot Pudding
Russian Beet Soup
Russia Black Bread
Russian Chicken Pie
Russian Easter Bread — It is traditional to make the design XB meaning "Christ is risen" on top of each of these little towering loaves.
Russian Easter Dessert — Russian Orthodox Christians created this dessert in celebration of Easter.
Russian Pot Roast
Russian Rye Bread
Russian Salmon Loaf
Sharlotka (Russian Apple Cake) — This is a classic Russian sponge cake. It has been made in Russia for centuries. Its beauty is in its rustic simplicity. In Russia, baking powder was not used as they did not have it, but we do, so the addition of baking powder only enhances the finished product.
Shredded Cabbage Soup
Spinach and Yogurt Salad — You can make a meal of this by serving it with wedges of pita bread.
Ukrainian Bread Torte
Ukrainian Cheese Paska — This rich unbaked cheese dessert mold is traditionally served in the Eastern Ukraine for Easter. It is molded in the shape of a pyramid representing a church dome.
Ukrainian Cherry Charlotte — The Ukrainians make a variety of cherry liqueurs. For the charlotte, they use a sweet ratafia.
Ukrainian Country Babka
Ukrainian Dried Fruit Candy
Ukrainian Grated Potato Bake — A potato pudding that is tender and airy inside and crispy on the outside.
Ukrainian Honey Horns with Almond Filling — These yeast dough crescents are simply terrific for a brunch, for afternoon tea, or as an after-school snack for children.
Ukrainian Lokshyna (Egg Noodles) — Home-made noodles are not only delicious but very easy to prepare. They may be made in a large quantity, dried, and stored in a covered container for future need.
Ukrainian Napoleon Torte — This delicious torte takes some time to assemble, but it is well worth the effort.
Ukrainian Rosettes — A culinary fantasy inspired by summer roses. These rosettes are also known in Ukraine as carnival roses. They are very elegant and dainty.
Ukrainian Snow Cap Cookies — It is always a pleasure to serve these regal-looking cookies with a baked-on topping.
Ukrainian Sponge Coffee Torte — A very light and tender torte with a mild coffee flavor. The filling is satin-smooth and rich.
Uncle Bill's Lapshevnik — This is a Russian dish that was developed many years ago during the times when money was very scarce. I modified this recipe almost 50 years ago and it is a very easy to make and tasty dish.
Walnut-Almond Torte — Here is an exceedingly good layered nut torte, the queen of all tortes, that immigrated to Canada with the contributor after the Second World War. It is made of two different batter mixtures. The filling is luscious.