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    Солянка

    Do we have any good Russian chefs on the forum? I'm dying to eat some солянка and given the fact that making it myself is much cheaper than flying back to Russia, I need to find a recipe. Yes, I know, someone's about to jump on their keyboard and say "GOOGLE!!!!" I have googled it, and I have found many recipes. What I am interested in knowing though, is does anyone here personally make it (and are they willing to provide the recipe) -- I'd like to try making something that I know someone actually eats and likes...?
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    It is not "солянка" but "селянка"

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sleep
    It is not "солянка" but "селянка"
    Что ты лапшу на уши народу вешаешь.

    2 Barmaley - солянка is correct
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    IMHO, both "солянка" and "селянка" are correct. And here is the recipe:

    http://cooking.homefree.ru/rezept/54/811
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    imho one can exclude 150 г телятины; 100 г ветчины; 100 г нежирной вареной колбасы; 1 ст. ложка каперсов; 8 маслин без косточек; 1 долька лимона; 2 л готового бульона

    this one more "realystic" i think: http://cooking.homefree.ru/rezept/30/170
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    Quote Originally Posted by Scorpio
    IMHO, both "солянка" and "селянка" are correct.
    "солянка" is a soup
    "селянка" is a peasant woman
    In Russian, all nationalities and their corresponding languages start with a lower-case letter.

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    "Селянка" is the original name of this food.
    The form "солянка" is a product of folk etimology

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    Quote Originally Posted by translations.nm.ru
    "Селянка" is the original name of this food.
    It's archaic. Now noone says so. В меню всегда пишут "солянка".
    In Russian, all nationalities and their corresponding languages start with a lower-case letter.

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    Здесь очень хорошие рецепты и интересные комментарии:

    http://www.good-cook.ru/proth/proth_017.shtml

    http://www.good-cook.ru/proth/proth_013.shtml
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    Вот уж не знал, что "селянка" - архаичное слово. У нас вроде именно оно используется, хотя может у меня со слухом проблемы.

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    http://www.kuking.net/18_1702.htm

    "...Неправильное, искаженное, но укоренившееся с XIX в. в поваренных книгах и меню наименование солянок...."
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    Quote Originally Posted by JJ
    http://www.kuking.net/18_1702.htm

    "...Неправильное, искаженное, но укоренившееся с XIX в. в поваренных книгах и меню наименование солянок...."
    Вау. Очень интересно, хотя противоречит всему, что я раньше читал . Даль, слова "солянка" в смысле "суп" не знает вообще. Но если вариант "солянка" действительно встречается в текстах 15-го века...

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    From the famous book "BabaYaga's Ethymology of the Russian Language" :

    селянка : (n. f. decl: ilarw) * :
    Soup, only eaten in Russian villages, mainly by peasant women. Contains сельдерей. Was originally supposed to contain сельд, but as most Russian villages are nowhere near the sea, that variant has now been renamed "уишфул-тинкинг".


    солянка : (n. f. decl: ilarw) * :
    Soup, not eaten by Russian peasant women. Contains more salt than the above and is only eaten in sunny weather.



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    * (noun, female, declension: impossible like all Russian words)
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    Спасибо всем за рецепты!
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    Лучше скажите мне, чем солянка отличается от рассольника?
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    Quote Originally Posted by BabaYaga
    From the famous book "BabaYaga's Ethymology of the Russian Language" :

    ...
    Etymology is the study of the origins of words.
    Ethymology would be the study of the wines.

    It's amazing what a h can do.
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    нет не люблю солянку (или селянку если уж на то пошло)

    мне бы борща... или акрошки! оооо даааа

    господа-тусующиеся, изучающие русский! кто из вас пробовал акрошку? и если да, то как вы могли после этой вкуснятины снова идти в макдональдс?
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    Quote Originally Posted by Spiderkat
    Quote Originally Posted by BabaYaga
    From the famous book "BabaYaga's Ethymology of the Russian Language" :

    ...
    Etymology is the study of the origins of words.
    Ethymology would be the study of the wines.

    It's amazing what a h can do.

    Hahaha, well done, Spidercat!

    Actually, I was talking about that recently with a colleague who is very into wine..... so I'd love to say I did it on purpose, as I know the word..... but it was a typo really.....

    Gold medal for Spidercat!
    Ой, голова у меня кружится |-P ...... and my brain hurts too....

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    BTW, Barmaley, how`s you soup going? Have you done it already?
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    акрошки! оооо даааа
    The word is "окрошка". And, by the way, yes, I ate it yesterday and the day before. It was delicious! I definitely recommend окрошка to everybody
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