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Belfast Highschool Students Learn to Cook Russian Food

By authority of Mr. Bailey


Tue, Jan 17, 2012 12:57 PM


After a month long study of the geography, climate, history, culture, economy, and literature of Russia, the Global Classroom students learned how to make and roll out homemade pelminis with the help of Mikhail Nokhov, a teacher from Dagestan, Russia visiting the classroom that morning via Skype.  Through the live video feed he instructed the students on the size and proportion of the perfect pelmini, a Russian dumpling filled with pork, beef and onion.

In addition to the fresh boiled pelminis everyone also enjoyed homemade Russian black bread and a bowl of warm borsch











How to Cook Borsch

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Some Food of Dagestan Cuisine

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