Best before 31/12/2021
Rassolnik is a popular Russian soup with a unique aroma and flavor coming from pickled cucumbers, pearl barley, vegetables such as potatoes, onions, and carrots, fresh herbs, and offal such as chicken liver and beef or pork kidneys. Originally, rassolnik was called kalya and was made with fish instead of offal. It was often prepared as a meal for kings and nobles. Since the 19th century, kalya became rassolnik, and fish was left out of the equation. It is believed that rassolnik has great hangover-curing properties and today, the soup is usually garnished with finely chopped dill and a dollop of sour cream on top.
Ingredients: potatoes, dressing (including carrots, onions, sunflower oil, tomato paste, wheat flour of the first grade, black bitter pepper, crushed cucumbers (semi-finished product) (composition: pickled cucumbers (composition of pickled cucumbers: edible edible salt extra " woodland ", potassium iodate, anti-caking agent e-536), fresh dill, horseradish (root), garlic, dried paprika, acidity regulator-alcoholic vinegar for food purposes 9%, food iodized table salt (composition: evaporated table salt extra "Polesye", potassium iodate, anti-caking agent e-536), pearl barley, food iodized table salt (composition: evaporated table salt extra "Polesye", potassium iodate, anti-caking agent e-536), greens, bay leaf.
Store in a place protected from direct sunlight at a temperature 0°C to 25°C and a relative humidity not exceeding 75%. After opening, store in the refrigerator at a temperature 2°C to 6°C.
The production date and the expiration date: indicated on the package.
Manufacturer: Lyakhovichy Cannery OJSC.