Rassolnik (Russian: рассольник) is a traditional Russian soup made from pickled cucumbers, pearl barley, and pork or beef kidneys. A vegetarian variant of rassolnik also exists. The dish is known to have existed as far back as the 15th century, when it was called kalya.
Shashlyk or Shashlik (Russian: шашлы́к, Persian: شیشلیک, Hebrew: שישליק),is a form of Shish kebab popular throughout the former Soviet Union, Eastern Europe, India, Iran, Mongolia, Pakistan, Israel and among other places. Shashlyk (meaning skewered meat) was originally made of lamb (in some extent pork or beef) depending on local preferences and religious observances.
Apple Сake As Russians are a hospitable nation, they always try to bake something to offer their guests with tea. An apple cake is one of delicious and easy to cook desserts of Russian cuisine. Sliced apples are added into biscuit dough and then the cake is baked in an oven.