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Banosh – The Taste of Europe

Banosh

Level Medium
Serves 6
Prep 10 mins
Cook 50 mins

Banosh

Cherniak Alona
International Transport Specialist
DB Schenker, Ukraine
This dish is an indispensable part of traditional Ukrainian cuisine. If you have tried this dish at least once, you will probably become a real fan.
The dish is so old and traditional that there is even a legend about its origin. It is said that near Rakhiv once lived a shepherd with a flock of sheep. Once he went to the market to sell cheese and buy flour. And there he met a merchant named Banosh. He offered him the yellow porridge. He bought and cooked a dish from it at home, which was named after the merchant.
How to make
Banosh

Ingredients

  • 250 gr. corn grits 
  • 500 gr. sour cream 
  • 450 gr. milk 
  • 90 gr. butter
  • 150 gr. salty cottage cheese 
  • 300 gr. bacon 
  • Some pepper 
  • Some salt 

1
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6

Wash corn grits in water. 

2
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6

Heat the butter in a pot. Mix the sour cream with the milk and add it to the melted butter.

3
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6

Slowly pour corn grits into it and add salt. Bring to a boil and simmer over low heat until cooked. The mixture must be constantly stirred.

4
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6

Cut bacon into slices. Heat a skillet, cook bacon until crisp. Finally, season with salt and pepper.

5
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6

Dice salty cottage cheese.

6
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6

Add the salty cottage cheese and bacon to the finished porridge. You can also add fried mushrooms and onion.

Hello, I’m Cherniak Alona, International Transport Specialist and this is why I’m cooking.
I like to cook and try new dishes.
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