Maker:S,Date:2017-11-24,Ver:6,Lens:Kan03,Act:Lar02,E-Y

Яринова зупа / Zupa jarzynowa

This is the old Halychan style of the Polish vegetable soup (Zupa jarzynowa), as my Баба used to make it. In Western Ukraine prior to WWII, the words for “vegetable” and “fruit” were “ярина” and “овочі”, in line with the Polish words “jarzyna” and “owoc”. Usage in the diaspora continues to follow this pattern, while Ukrainians in Ukraine use the words “овочі” and “фрукти”, in line with the Russian “овощи” and “фрукты”. This soup has fallen out of popularity since WWII in Ukraine, and Ukrainians today generally won’t even understand what you’re saying due to the longstanding vocabulary shift.

Part 1: The Soup

  • A) Homemade chicken broth
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  • B) Peas until come to top
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  • B) Boil 3-4 min
  • A) Very low
  • Move peas from B to A
  • C) Cauliflower and potatoes
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  • B) Carrot slices until soft (and kohlrabi if you can find it)
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  • C) Cut cauliflower small and put in A. Discard stems.
  • C) Cut potatoes small and put in A

Part 2: The Rue

  • Butter
  • Big scoop flour
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  • Whisk
  • Heat up to thicken while whisking
  • Pour into A (cold rue to hot broth or hot rue to cold broth)
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Part 3: Кріп that bitch

  • Bring A to a boil
  • Add lots of fresh dill

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