Nov 26, 2008, 02:32pm #13
I look forward to hearing more from you on this.
I just found this recipe below......I think it is a Ukranian dish ?
Anyways, good luck with it :)
"keselitsa" - thin soup made from oats.
Recipe: take 1 kg of oats and mill with shell (husk) on [ oatmeal is a good substitute ], then add yeast or bread starter ("kvasok") dough left from previous bread making. Add 3 liters of warm water to each litter of oat flour. Keep it covered for 8 - 10 hrs in a warm place. Following the fermentation process, strain it through a sieve (screen), in order to remove oat shell, and cook it on medium heat. Add salt, caraway seed, and fat (bacon, oil or butter) to your taste. During lent keselytsia is prepared with the flax oil, while on other days it is served with bacon or butter. It is mostly consumed with a side dish of potatoes.