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Cooking Simulator - How to Cook Simple Ukrainian Borscht

Written by Tea   /   Jul 12, 2019    
Cooking Simulator - How to Cook Simple Ukrainian Borscht

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Simple Ukrainian Borscht



Ingredients:

  • Chicken Broth [1000ml]
  • Salt [20g]
  • Black Pepper [20g]
  • Beetroot [600g]
  • Onion [120g]
  • Carrot [70g]
  • Parsley Root [80g]

Utensils:

  • Cooking Pot
  • Deep Plate

Steps



  • 1) Take a cooking pot and pour the whole chicken broth. The carton is exactly 1000ml
  • 2) Sprinkle salt [20g] and black pepper [20g]. You can hold LMB to keep sprinkling, just make sure to stop when it reaches 20g.
  • 3) Bring your cooking pot to the larder, take:

5 Beetroots.
1 Onion.
1 Carrot.
1 Parsley Root.

  • 4) Hold Shift and move your mouse around to make sure all the ingredients are submerged (This is crucial or your dish might fail). It doesn't have to be fully submerged, at least half of its shape.

Cooking Simulator - How to Cook Simple Ukrainian Borscht

This is what its look like when all the ingredients are submerged.

  • 5) Boil for 120s (2 minutes), meanwhile take a Deep Plate.

Cooking Simulator - How to Cook Simple Ukrainian Borscht
Cooking Simulator - How to Cook Simple Ukrainian Borscht

If you're not using a timer. You can tell its done when the Chicken Broth/Soup bar reaches max.

Cooking Simulator - How to Cook Simple Ukrainian Borscht

Don't worry about the other ingredients getting overcooked. Some vegetables have a different temperatures tolerance.

  • 6) Turn off the heat, grab the cooking pot and pour slowly to the Deep Plate using LMB. Try to make it closest to 300ml.

Cooking Simulator - How to Cook Simple Ukrainian Borscht

  • 7) Serve!

Cooking Simulator - How to Cook Simple Ukrainian Borscht

Tips



  • Make sure all the ingredients are submerged. (Shift + LMB). 
  • Always tilt slowly when transferring to deep plate.


Written by Tea.