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Discover Russian Cuisine

Discover Russian Cuisine

Russian cuisine has a long history dating back to the 10th century. It is very diverse, with influences from Eastern and Western Europe, Central Asia, and the Middle East. The modern Russian cuisine is also influenced by Soviet cuisine and the cuisines of other post-Soviet countries. There are many popular Russian dishes, such as borscht, pelmeni, blini, stroganoff, and shchi. Russian cuisine is known for its hearty meals and rich flavors.

A Brief History of Russian Cuisine
The first mention of Russian cuisine can be found in the 10th-century work called "The Domostroi," which describes household management under Prince Vladimir the Great. This work mentions such staples of Russian cuisine as rye bread, dairy products, garlic, onions, and local herbs. By the 13th century, new ingredients and cooking techniques had been introduced to Russia through trade with other countries. For example, honey-sugar candy was brought from Persia, while kvass (a fermented beverage made from bread) was introduced by the Tatars.

During the era of Catherine the Great in the 18th century, French cooking became very popular at the royal court. This led to the development of a new style of Russian cuisine known as "French learning." Some French words even entered the Russian language during this time, such as "mayonnaise" and "quiche." By the 19th century, Russian cuisine had been influenced by German and Austrian cooking as well. Potatoes and macaroni became common ingredients in Russian dishes during this time.

The Soviet Era
During the Soviet era (1917-1991), food was rationed and many people could not afford to eat out or buy luxury items such as meat or butter. As a result, home cooking became more common during this time. Soviet cuisine was also influenced by cuisines from other Soviet republics such as Uzbekistan and Georgia. Common ingredients in Soviet dishes included buckwheat, cabbage, beets, carrots, and potatoes. After the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, there was a resurgence of interest in traditional Russian cuisine. New restaurants began popping up all over the country serving traditional Russian dishes like borscht and pelmeni. In recent years, there has also been a rise in fusion cuisine in Russia, with chefs combining traditional Russian ingredients and cooking techniques with those from other cuisines.

Russian products are becoming increasingly popular in the UK. Whether you're looking for traditional matryoshka dolls or traditional food ingredients, there's a good chance you'll be able to find what you're looking for at MyFooDen. Not only do we have one of the largest selections of Russian products available online, but we also offer competitive prices and fast, free shipping on orders over £50. Keep reading to learn more about why you should shop at MyFooDen for all your Russian product needs.

A Wide Selection of Russian Products
MyFooDen is your one-stop shop for all things Russian (and European). We have a wide selection of products that are perfect for gifts or just treating yourself. Some of our most popular products are buckwheat, pasta, kvass, cod liver. With so many different options to choose from, you're sure to find the perfect item (or items!) at MyFooDen.

Competitive Prices and Fast Shipping
In addition to our large selection, we also offer competitive prices on all of our products. We understand that getting a great deal is important to our customers, which is why we offer price matching on all identical items. We also offer fast, free shipping on orders over £50 within the UK. For orders under £50, we charge a flat rate of £5 for shipping in England. Plus, we ship all orders within 1-2 business days so you can receive your purchase quickly.

A Reputable Company You Can Trust
MyFooDen has been in business since 2021 and is one of the leading providers of Russian ingredients in the UK. We have an excellent reputation among our customers and take pride in providing high-quality products and outstanding customer service. When you shop with us, you can rest assured knowing that you're dealing with a reputable company that puts its customers first.

If you're looking for a new cuisine to explore, why not give Russian food a try? With its rich history and diverse influences, it has something to offer everyone. From traditional dishes like borscht to modern fusion cuisine, there's sure to be a dish that you'll love. So next time you're feeling adventurous, give Russian food a try! You won't be disappointed.


Hello, where do you get this disgusting false information and also publish it and it is even more disgusting than at this time. What does the Grand Duke “Kyiv” Volodymyr Svyatoslavovych, the saint-prince who baptized Kyivan Rus (Ukraine) have to do with Russian cuisine, the very name Russia appeared five centuries later, and before that it was Muscovy, and in the 10th century, Muscovy was not there were also mentions. The Moscow principality was formed at the end of the 13th century by Khan Mengu-Timur, and Kievan Rus existed for 300-400 years. So there is no need to spread the myths of the Russian Empire. That is exactly the case with borscht. Borscht is a cultural heritage and a culinary symbol of Ukraine.

Привіт,звідки ви черпаєте цю гидку неправдиву інформацію та ще і публікуєте її і саме огидніше що в данний час. Яке відношення великий князь “Київський” Володимир Святославович , князь-Святитель котрий охрестив Київську Русь (Україну) має до російської кухні,сама назва росія з’явилася п’ять століть по тому,а до того була Московії а в 10 столітті про Московію не було і згадки.Московське князівство було утворено в кінці 13 століття,ханом Менгу-Тімуром,а Київська Русь існувала вже 300-400 років.Так що не потрібно розповсюджувати міфи російської імперії.Так саме про борщ.Борщ- це культурне надбання і кулінарний символ України.

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