Vegetarian Borscht – Beet Soup Recipe

| June 20, 2012 | 24 Comments

This healthy, low-fat soup is full of vitamins, minerals, and fiber. Perfect for cold days and New Year’s resolutions to eat healthy! A vegetarian borscht (beet soup) recipe and trip to an organic farm! HILAH COOKING: New Episodes Every Tuesday and Thursday! Subscribe on YouTube (never miss a video!) www.youtube.com Facebook: facebook.com Twitter: twitter.com Check out over 100 video recipes at hilahcooking.com Hilah Cooking is a short-form, educational web series focused on making cooking FUN! We release two episodes every week. Our focus is on simple, low-cost recipes with a Texas flair. Everything is made from scratch, people! You will not see any packets of taco seasoning mix or gravy powder up in here. If you are going to learn how to cook, you are going to learn it for real! But I promise it will be fun and easy. Please subscribe! http More info at hilahcooking.com Borscht soup INGREDIENTS: 1 pound beets (about 3) 1 large onion 2 large carrots 1 cup shredded cabbage 2 tablespoons olive oil 4 cups vegetable broth 1 teaspoon salt (approximate measure, depending on the saltiness of your broth) 1 lemon Black pepper Optional: sour cream, fresh dill DIRECTIONS: Peel the beets and carrots and cut into matchsticks about 2″ by 1/8″. Cut the onion in half from top to bottom, then cross-ways to make little C-shaped onion slices. Heat the oil in a large saucepot over medium heat until warm. Saute the beets and carrots and onions for about 10 minutes. Add the cabbage, broth and
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  1. MsUa125 says:

    Never change the recipe for a traditional Russian Ukrainian dish; this is a grave insult.

  2. MsUa125 says:

    Borshch is a traditional Russian and Ukrainian food made with meat. It is not meant to be made without it. Therefore this is not borshch. I know this because I am from Ukraine.

  3. ThinkLearnSolve says:

    that’s wrong to play with food

  4. hilahcooking says:

    We’re gonna take another trip out there next week. Stay tuned for more Hot Farmer shots! 😉

  5. hilahcooking says:

    Thank you! Glad you approve. :)

  6. MrMickthemonster says:

    Yes it is good. A solid ten from me. And I love my borscht so It’s nice to see other recipes.

  7. tntownsend96 says:

    Man,that farm looked awesome, so much fun! What a great opportunity. (farmer Johnson was kinda hot too, don’t tell) But way cool, thanks for sharing!

  8. tntownsend96 says:

    I’m pretty fucking impressed too.

  9. MrsColorMe says:

    You’re hilarious

  10. Twostones00 says:

    Bite a beet baby! Sorry couldn’t resist. They really look nutritious.

  11. Twostones00 says:

    I want to live next door to that farm. Think of the good healthy biteing all year long. Yuummm.

  12. hilahcooking says:

    Thanks!

  13. Twostones00 says:

    I give this video a 10.

  14. 4Blickfeld says:

    I love potatoes :) Interesting.

  15. hilahcooking says:

    Thank you! I was so happy to see what a great response I got from this video. It’s cool that so many people are interested in seeing where food comes from. Farmer Johnson is a really cool dude doing some amazing work out there.
    Thanks for writing!

  16. Jmitchpen1013 says:

    Great vid Hilah! I work in the wholesale produce/food biz so I have a deep appreciation for the work that Mr. Johnson does on that farm. To grow specialty veggies like the varietal beets and tomatoes is an art form that is lost on most folks these days. Thanks for showcasing his work and for being the totally awesome cooking babe that you are. We love ya!

  17. nirvgardengod says:

    you got the beet !!

  18. hilahcooking says:

    No, I don’t think they re-use seeds year to year. Partly because he likes to try new varieties all the time. You should make you some borscht!

  19. JoeHell67 says:

    Hi,
    i never hat Borscht, maybe it’s about time!
    Nice Farm, that Tractor looks interesting, the front wheels look bigger than the rear ones, i haven’t seen that to often…
    do they get seeds from their own crop?

    Joe from Germany

  20. skabibble says:

    Bok Choy is my favorite!! Thanks for this nice vid!

  21. angelofhopes says:

    I cringed a bit when you bit into that broccoli. lol >.<

  22. hilahcooking says:

    Oh, he blows it sometimes! 😉

  23. colsonlv says:

    Speak up MR FARMER!!!!

  24. misstcah says:

    i admire the cameraman who can keep a straight face!! haha i would be crackin up with you!!

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