Chocolate Peaks

Submitted by Nobility_Cuisine on Thu, 11/08/2018 - 01:36.


35 oz (1 Kg) sugar
1 pack (25 g) gelatin
½ oz (18 g) lemon acid
Pinch of vanilla
1/7 oz (5 g) baking soda
Chocolate on your taste


Soak a gelatin in a cold water.

After 20 minutes, add a baking soda, a vanilla, and a citric acid, mix well, and whip until a consistency of the mixture turns white, thick, and even.

After that, add a sugar, and whip until the totally even consistency.

Put the mixture into a confectionery bag.

Cover a baking sheet with a parchment paper, and put even portions of mixture - peaks - on it.

Let to sit for about 12 hours in a room temperature, when peaks turn dry.

Melt a chocolate, pock the every peak with a fork, and soak into the chocolate.

Place peaks back on the sheet, and let to dry.

Serve, after chocolate turns hard, with a tea.

Quick Chicken Salad - 3

Submitted by Russian_Cuisine on Thu, 11/08/2018 - 01:18.


5.2 oz (150 g) ground hard cheese
7 oz smoked chicken fillet, boneless and skinless
1 medium carrot
1 can yellow sweet corn
1 medium fresh cucumber
1 garlic clove, optionally
White sauce on your taste


Let a corn drip, and put into a salad bowl.

Cut all ingredients into thin short strips (or, grate on a large grater).

Stir all ingredients, decorate with chopped greens, and serve.

Chicken Simmered with Cabbage

Submitted by Nobility_Cuisine on Sun, 10/28/2018 - 15:29.


1 lb green cabbage, thinly shredded
1 lb chocken fillet
5.2 oz (150 g) onion
5.2 oz (150 g) carrot
11.5 oz (300 g) tomato meat
2.5 fl oz (80 mL) vegetable oil
8.7 fl oz (250 mL) chicken broth
½ tsp zira spice
Salt and pepper on your taste


Wash and cut a chicken into medium pieces.

Sprinkle the fillet pieces with a salt, stir, and set aside for 15 minutes.

Stir-fry them in a large deep skillet with a vegetable oil, and place into a bowl.

Shred carrots, slice onions into half-rounds, and stir-fry in same oil as the chicken for 2 minutes.
Add chopped tomato meats (tomatoes without skins and seeds), stir well, and simmer until juices evaporate.

Then, sprinkle with the salt, a pepper, and (optionally) with zira, pour a chicken broth, and bring to a boiling.

After that, put a shredded cabbage into the skillet, cover it with a lid, and simmer for about 20 minutes over a low heating.

Put the chicken back into skillet, stir, bring to boiling, and turn the heating off.

Vegetable Stew

Submitted by Russian_Cuisine on Sun, 10/28/2018 - 15:11.


21 oz (600 g) potato
24.5 oz (700 g) cabbage
1 medium carrot
1 medium onion
2 oz (60 g) butter
2 tbsp tomato paste
¼ G (1 L) water
1 tbsp vegetable oil
2-3 bay leaf
Salt and ground black pepper on your taste


Bring a water in a large sauce-pan to a boiling.

Peel and wash potatoes, then cut into medium pieces, and put into the boiling water.

Sprinkle with a salt, and boil until the potatoes turn soft.

Meanwhile, shred a cabbage, and put into the sauce-pan.

Slice carrots, chop onions, and stir-fry them in a skillet with a vegetable oil.

Put the carrots and onions into sauce-pan, add a butter , a tomato paste, bay leaves, and a pepper, stir all together, and simmer for about 10 minutes.

Serve hot as a standalone dish, or as a garnish to meat dishes.

“White Robe” Salad

Submitted by Nobility_Cuisine on Sun, 10/21/2018 - 17:04.


11.5 oz (300 g) smoked chicken
4 egg, hard-boiled
1.7 oz (50 g) soft cheese
2 medium potato, boiled
1 medium onion
White sauce, or mayonnaise on your taste
1 tbsp vinegar


Freeze a soft cheese.

Cut a chicken meat into small cubes.

Peel an onion, chop it thinly, and put into a colander.

Pour a mixture from a 1 tbsp vinegar and 2-3 tbsp hot water into the colander on top, then set colander aside to let to drip.

Put the chicken meat into a round on a flat dish, and draw a web, using a white sauce, on top.

A next salad' layer is the onion.

Then, grate potatoes on a large grater over the onions, and draw a web using a white sauce on top.

Then, grate egg yolks on top.

Then, grate the soft cheese on top, and draw a web using a white sauce on top.

Then, grate the egg whites on top, and let a salad to sit for about 2-3 hours in a refrigerator.

Take the salad out, let to warm a little, and serve.

Eggplant's Salad - 2

Submitted by Russian_Cuisine on Sun, 10/21/2018 - 16:14.


3 young eggplant
3 medium tomato
3 egg, hard-boiled
3 basil leaf
2 oz vegetable oil
2 oz mayonnaise
1 garlic clove
Pinch of salt
Pinch of ground black pepper


Wash eggplants and tomatoes, then dry them out.

Cut off the eggplants' ends.

Cut eggplants into thin short strips, stir with a salt, and let to sit for 15 minutes.

Cut the tomatoes into thin strips.

Cut peeled eggs into thin strips.

In a salad bowl, stir the eggs and tomatoes.

Stir-fry eggplants with a vegetable oil for about 3-4 minutes.

Put the fried eggplants on paper towel, to remove the oil and to chill.

Chop basil leaves, and press a garlic into the salad bowl.

Stir all ingredients in salad bowl, and serve.

“Melting Snow” Cookies

Submitted by Nobility_Cuisine on Mon, 10/15/2018 - 13:22.


7-8.2 oz (200 – 250 g) flour
6.3 oz (180 g) softened butter
1 pack vanilla sugar
1/3 cup vegetable oil
4 tbsp starch
½ cup sugar powder


In a wide dish, stir a softened butter, a vegetable oil, and a sugar powder.

Whip until a consistency turns even.

Add a flour teaspoonfully, continuing the whipping, then add a starch and a vanilla sugar.

Whip all together, then knead a dough by hands.

Divide the dough into 3 equal parts, and roll them into tubes.

Cut every tube across into rounds, put them on a baking sheet, covered with baking paper.

Place the sheet into a pre-heated to 360 F (180 C) oven for 15 minutes.

Then, take put, sprinkle every cookie with sugar powder leftovers, and serve.

Spicy Herring

Submitted by Russian_Cuisine on Mon, 10/15/2018 - 12:25.


2 large frozen herring
2 L (½ G) water
7 oz (200 g) salt
3.5 oz (100 g) sugar
½ cinnamon stick
1 whole garlic
1 whole onion
2 tsp coriander seed
1 tsp dill seed
10 black peppercorn
10 sweet peppercorn
3 bay leaf
10 clove


De-freeze herrings, then wash them.

Put them into an enameled or glass dish.

Cut an onion into 2 halves (do not peel!).

Cut a whole garlic into 2 halves (do not peel!).

Bring a water to a boiling, put all spices, the onions, and garlics into the water, and boil for 2-3 minutes.

Pour a brine on top of the herrings, to cover fish.

Cover the dish, let to chill, and set into a refrigerator for 3 days.

Peel before serving.


This dish is best with a boiled potato, and with a vegetable oil.

Lightly Salted Salmon-2

Submitted by Nobility_Cuisine on Sat, 10/06/2018 - 22:01.


1 lb salmon fillet
2 tbsp salt
1 tsp sugar
1 tsp ground black pepper
7 fl oz (200 mL) vegetable oil


Stir a salt, a pepper, and a sugar together.

Slice a fillet into thin pieces.

Put a half of spices on a bottom of a glass wide dish with a tight lid,, then a layer of the fish pieces, and then the second half of the spices.

Cover the dish with lid, and turn it.

Let to sit for 30 minutes in a room temperature.

Turn dish back, and take fish out.

Remove spices's leftovers from fish, and pit fish into another wide dish evenly.

Pour a vegetable oil on top.

Cover this dish, shake it, and place into a refrigerator for 3-8 hours.

Dry out fish before a serving on paper towels, and serve, for sandwiches, salads, or just as an appetizer.

"Winter Onion" Appetizer

Submitted by Russian_Cuisine on Sat, 10/06/2018 - 21:45.


1 lb pearl red onion
2 oz (60 g) beetroot
2 tsp salt
2 tbsp sugar
7-10 peppercorn
2 tbsp apple vinegar


Peel onions and beets.

Shred the beets on a large grater.

Make a brine: pour 1 cup a water into a medium sauce-pan, add a salt, a sugar, and peppercorns, and bring to boil.

Put the beets into the water, and bring to boil one more time.

After that, put the onions, and boil all together for 5 minutes.

Put into a glass can, pour a vinegar on top, cover the can with a lid, and shake.

Keep in a refrigerator.