Bosch

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August 19, 2022

Bosch (Ukrainian: борщ, pronounced: [bɔrʃt͡ʃ] (audio)) is a sour soup commonly found in Eastern Europe and North Asia. The term "bosch" is often used to refer to a form of soup of Ukrainian origin. The main ingredient is beetroot, which gives the soup its red color. However, the name of this soup also refers to variations of other sour soups without beetroots, such as green bosch, which is made from sorbet. l White Bosch, which is made from rye. and Bosch Cabbage, etc. Bosch is derived from an ancient soup. It was originally made from the stems, leaves and peduncles of the common hogweed (Heracleum sphondylium) that were pickled and cooked. Common hogweed is a herbaceous plant that grows in wet meadows and is the origin of the name of this soup in Slavic languages. over time Soups have evolved and come in various forms. Of these, the red Bosch made from Ukrainian beetroot has become the most popular. Basically, bosch cooking consists of mixing stock with vegetables that are quickly stir-fried. In addition to beetroot, cabbage, carrots, onions, potatoes and tomatoes are also used. In some recipes, meat or fish fillet Or may put only vegetables. Served both hot and cold And it can be served as a pot meal to clear soup or even a smoothie. Bosch is often served with smetana or sour cream, boiled egg or potatoes. There are also many toppings or side dishes to serve with this soup, such as ushka (small dumplings) or pum. Pushka (round bread), etc. Bosch's popularity is common in Eastern Europe. and spread through immigration from the Russian Empire to other North American continents.