Even if you haven't heard about it- definitely worth trying. Those living in hot climates will definitely appreciate it. It originates from Russia (on kvas), but there are plenty of versions in other CIS countries. People use laban, kefir, birch juice, sparkling water etc. Today we will make one with laban! This cold soup is one of my favorites, taste of my childhood.
1) Boil potatoes, meat and eggs (of course separately). Don't throw away the stock from beef- put inside carrots, marrows, potatoes and make delicious vegetable puree for your little ones. Cut all of the ingredients into small cubes same like in the photos
2) Mix everything in one bowl and then separate by portions (from this quantity should be 3 portions).
Add very cold laban, salt (don't be too shy on salt, it will taste better) and add a bit of ice cold water (or even a bit of Perrier). Decorate with half an egg. Add sour cream. How easy is that?? How healthy!!!
Your okroshka is ready my Glam Chefs!