Beautiful Beetroot Kefir Cold Soup With Health Benefits

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  • 6Servings
  • 40 mPrep Time
  • 35 mCook Time
  • 1:15 hReady In
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Tired of the usual hot soups? Do you want something unusual, tasty and preferably healthy? Prepare beetroot kefir cold soup. It will surely please the whole family. It is especially indispensable in warm weather.

Unlike classic borscht, beetroot does not undergo heat treatment, so all vitamins are preserved in vegetables.


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Step by step method

  • Step 1

    We wash beets and wipe it dry. We wrap each vegetable in food foil and send it to bake in the oven at a temperature of 180 degrees until they become soft.

  • Step 2

    Remove the skin from the baked and well-chilled beets, rub on a coarse grater.

  • Step 3

    Cut boiled chicken eggs into small cubes.

  • Step 4

    Fresh cucumbers are also chopped into small pieces.

  • Step 5

    Rinse green onions and dill with water, and then finely chop with a knife.

  • Step 6

    We move the prepared ingredients into a deep bowl.

  • Step 7

    Pour in 1 liter of kefir. We add water.

  • Step 8

    Add vinegar, sugar and salt to taste. We mix everything thoroughly.

  • Step 9

    We send the finished beetroot to the refrigerator for a couple of hours. During this time, the ingredients will absorb the marinade, and the soup will reveal its taste properties.

Tips & variations

  • Young beets are ideal for a beetroot cold soup.

  • Optionally, you can add any greens, for example, parsley, cilantro, basil. The taste will be much brighter.

  • Kefir is better to take a high degree of fat content.

  • The roasting time of beets depends on their size and degree of maturity: a young vegetable will be ready in 40 minutes.

  • Readiness of beets can be checked with a knife or a wooden skewer. If the inside of the vegetable is soft, then it is ready.

  • If the skin of cucumbers is hard and thick, it must be peeled.

  • The amount of water added depends on the desired thickness of the soup. In the photo recipe, beetroot turns out to be of medium density.

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