Having trouble thinking of any foods that end with “V”? This list includes some of the most popular foods that end with “V” such as chicken kiev. Keep on reading to learn more about these delicious foods.
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Schav is a sorrel soup popular in Eastern and Northeastern Europe. The main ingredients are water, sorrel leaves, broth, and salt. Often additional ingredients such as spinach, chard, and nettle are also present. Since this is a popular recipe in Eastern European cuisine, it is often called “green borscht” as the cousin of the red beetroot borscht.
The soup has a sour taste with astringent notes. Adding sour cream can mellow out the sourness of the soup. The soup often includes additional ingredients such as egg yolks, whole eggs, carrots, potatoes, rice, and parsley root.
Chicken Kiev, also known as côtelette de volaille and suprême de volaille à la Kiev, is a Russian dish that consists of a breaded chicken fillet rolled around herb butter. The fillet undergoes a pounding process after which it is rolled around a cold block of herb butter. This dish’s origins are mysterious but it is very popular.
There are many variants of this recipe with different additions but the classic is simple. When served alongside mashed potatoes and green beans, it is a complete meal.
Beef Stroganov or Beef Stroganoff is a Russian dish that consists of sautéed beef and a sour cream sauce. Since its origin, the dish has become widely popular all over the world with many variations. The beef is a rich golden brown which contrasts with the pale creamy color of the sauce. The sauce is a beef gravy consisting of sour cream, beef broth, mustard, and flour.
Traditionally, potatoes, peas, or white rice accompany the Stroganov. However, many people also eat it with noodles, French fries, and pasta. A famous variation of Beef Stroganov is Beef Mushroom Stroganov.
Veal Orlov, also known as Veal Prince Orlov, Veal Orloff, and Veal Prince Orloff, is a Russian dish created by the French chef Urbain Dubois for Prince Orloff. Created in the 19th century, this dish consists of a braised veal loin, thinly sliced and layered with finely chopped onions and mushrooms. Before serving, add Mornay sauce, which is just French béchamel sauce with cheese, and brown it in the oven.
Dishes similar to Veal Orlov with beef or pork also exist by the name French-style meat.
Guriev Porridge is a sweet porridge from Russia that consists of milk, semolina, honey, candied nuts, and dried fruit. Unlike other porridges, the milk for the porridge is baked in the oven. The crust or baked milk skin that forms on top serves to separate the semolina layers. In the traditional recipe, there are layers of nuts, jams, or fruits between the crust and semolina. Before serving, sugar is sprinkled on top of the pudding and brûléed.
This dish is a Russian classic, still enjoyed to this day. Frequently consumed, it is a common food item for special ceremonies and occasions. This porridge is delicious and creamy with a distinct caramel taste.