As the weather gets warmer and fresh veggies are once again plentiful, we’re officially calling it open season on summer soups. This week, we’re making Okroshka! With a few twists on the traditional recipe, we hope you enjoy this delicious homage to fresh garden veggies.
Okroshka comes from the Russian word “kroschit'” which literally means to crumble into little pieces. The classic soup is a mix of (mainly) raw veggies including radishes, cucumbers, and spring onions, and usually include boiled potatoes and eggs.