Kucharek White Borsch (Barszcz Bialy)
The white borscht (“barszcz bialy) is a very popular Old Polish soup! Unlike the sour-rye soup, the white borscht is prepared with a wheat flour leaven rather than a rye flour leaven, giving it a slightly different taste and aroma, though the vegetables and herbs both soups contain are the same. Similar to the sour-rye soup, the Polish white borscht should be enjoyed with a halved boiled egg, cooked white sausage and potatoes, and enjoyed with a side of traditional Polish bread. Though it is usually enjoyed for the Easter holiday, the Polish white borscht makes for a great dinner starter or a snack anytime of day! This mix by Kucharek offers a quick and easy version of the soup when you have limited time for its typically long preparation when made from scratch.
Product of Poland.
Prepare this classic Polish soup in 5 minutes:
- Step 1 Pour the contents of the bag (40 g) into 750 ml of cold water and mix thoroughly.
- Step 2 Bring to a boil and simmer for 5 minutes, stirring.
The package is sufficient for 3 servings.