Here is a simple vegetarian borscht recipe that tastes heavenly both hot and chilled. Borscht is a delicious and healthy soup prominently featuring red beetroots.
There are many variations of Borscht, the famous red Russian beetroot soup, that is so delicious and hearty. This is a simple, vegetarian version which has an amazingly deep and rich taste of red beetroots and carrots.
Usually caraway seeds are added as well, but since I didn’t have any I used a star anise which was actually perfect as well!
Serve the soup hot or chilled with a dollop of sour cream, or Greek yogurt. You can decorate with a few capers and chopped fresh dill on top if you like. Enjoy this hearty soup with a piece of fresh crispy bread to dunk in and scoop up the broth.
Puree the soup in a blender if you like a more smooth texture, but I prefer it a bit chunky as in the recipe.
You can also try adding some or more of the following ingredients as a variation:
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