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The Most Expensive Russian Borsch
11.04.2019 18:38
The Most Expensive Russian Borsch

Experts considered the cost of cooking a plate of borsch for residents of Russian regions. 

      According to their data, residents of Sakhalin will pay the highest price for the ingredients. A plate of 300 milliliters of borsch will cost them 45 rubles. The cheapest soup can be cooked in Penza. For the purchase of products   they will pay 19.5 rubles. The average price of a plate of homemade borsch for Russians is 25 rubles.   For Muscovites, this price is 31.2 rubles.

      To estimate the cost, specialists took the classic borsch recipe as a basis. They estimated the cost of the following products: 500 grams of beef, 250 grams of cabbage, three potatoes, two beets, one carrot, one onion, a tablespoon of tomato paste, vegetable oil, two cloves of garlic and 15 grams of sour cream. It is noted that the purchase of a plate of borsch in cafes will be higher for Russians than a homemade soup.     Food Tour - The Russia Real Food Adventure




Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian cuisine Russian regions    

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