Borscht is a soup that originated in Eastern Europe, particularly in Ukraine, and is now popular in many countries around the world. The soup is typically made with beets as the main ingredient, which give it its distinctive reddish-purple color. Other ingredients may include potatoes, carrots, cabbage, onions, garlic, dill, and sour cream.
The beets are typically cooked until tender, then chopped and added to the soup along with the other vegetables. The soup is often flavored with vinegar or lemon juice to add a tangy flavor to the sweetness of the beets. Sometimes meat, such as beef or pork, is added to the soup for extra protein and flavor.
Borscht is often served hot, but can also be served cold, especially during the summer months. It is often accompanied by a dollop of sour cream, which adds a creamy texture and tangy flavor to the soup. Borscht is a hearty and nutritious soup that is enjoyed by many people around the world.