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Thread: pickle soup

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    Member tlstick's Avatar
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    looking for pickle soup recipes. Found a restaurant in North Myrtle Beach, S.C. while being snowbirds that served pickle soup. I am going thru withdraw.

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    Here's a couple recipes. Most call for shredded carrot.

    http://www.food.com/recipe/polish-di...le-soup-138138


    Zurek (Connie's Polish Dill Pickle Soup)
    1 pound kielbasa
    1 cup water + water to cover sausage
    3/4 cup juice from a jar of Polish dill pickles
    1 teaspoon salt
    1/2 teaspoon black pepper
    1/2 cup sour cream
    2 tablespoons flour
    1 cup chopped Polish dill pickles
    5 hard-boiled eggs, chopped, for serving
    slices of caraway rye bread, toasted and buttered, because as Connie puts it: “Of course, you have to have a good rye bread to go along with it.”
    Place the kielbasa into a medium saucepan, cover with water, and bring to a boil; lower heat and simmer for 1 hour. Remove the kielbasa from the saucepan and slice to desired thickness.
    Add the 1 cup of water, the pickle juice, salt and pepper to the saucepan. Combine the sour cream and the flour in a medium bowl, then slowly stir in 1/2 cup of the broth until smooth. Whisk this mixture back into the broth, bring just to a boil (small bubbles around the edge of the soup), then remove from heat.
    Stir in the chopped pickles and the sliced kielbasa. Serve hot, with the eggs and the toasted rye on the side.
    Makes 4 generous servings.

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    My husband's family makes this. They call it Borscht or something like that.

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    I thought Borscht was made with beerts ? ? ?

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    I thought Borscht was made with beets ? ? ?

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    Yes, same recipe only with beets added. I knew there was something missing :D

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    What I remember it has very fine, chicken, celery, onion, some very small chopped carrots. and of course pickles. It is in a white broth. Its been March and I am in withdraw. My girlfriend and I would go once a week for lunch Pickle soup 1/2 Cuban sandwich or salad for $6.50. It is a very small Polish restaurant actually it is in Longs South Carolina, which is just going north out of North Myrtle Beach

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    OMGosh! Thanks so much for this info! I haven't had real Polish cooking since I left (Buffalo) NY to move to SC. I cook for myself, but m mom and GMs did the real Poilish foods. I'll make the trip to Long just to eat at this restuarant, sharet

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    Quote Originally Posted by GrandmaAva
    I thought Borscht was made with beerts ? ? ?
    It is made with beets.

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    Hmmmm learn something every day. I have never heard of pickle soup. I have heard of Borscht!

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