Top 10 Foods and Drinks in the East Slavic Cuisine

East Slavic cuisine includes Russian, Ukrainian, and Belarusian cuisines.

The Top Ten Foods and Drinks in the East Slavic Cuisine

Cabbage Roll
Pirog

It's a baked case of dough with a sweet or savory filling. There are many different fillings as well as complex fillings (chicken, eggs, onions, fish, and many more). - Metal_Treasure

Potato Pancake
Vodka
Shashlik

Shashlik is a dish of skewered and grilled cubes of meat (originally lamb but it can be any meat).
I think it's similar to Greek Souvlaki and Shish kebab (might be the same thing). - Metal_Treasure

Pelmeni

(aka pierogi) - Pelmeni are dumplings/ravioli that are called pelmeni in Russia, kalduny or kolduny in Belarusia, and vareniki in Ukraine. - Metal_Treasure

Olivier Salad (Russian Salad)
Borscht
Baked milk

It's boiled milk that is made by simmering milk on low heat for eight hours or longer.
It's very popular in Russia, Ukraine and Belarus. - Metal_Treasure

Kompot / Compot

A non-alcoholic, fruit-based sweet beverage of Slavic origin. Fruits are boiled in a large volume of water, often sweetened.
Fruits that are used most often include strawberries, apricots, peaches, pears, cherries, raspberries, plums, wild berries.
It may be served cold, hot, or room temperature, depending on tradition and season. - Metal_Treasure

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