Doctor sausage

Doctor sausage

Marketing Communications Campaign for Kolbasa

They decided on a simple recipe, no cereal, just meat salt and spices. The people loved this luxury sausage. All was well until the late 1970’s when they decided to add cereal, and the resulting backlash, some say, led to the downfall of the Soviet Union.

Marketing Communications Campaign for Kolbasa

Marketing Communications Campaign for Kolbasa

6. Of course, nowadays dozens of sausages and smoked meats can be found on the shop counters, but choosing a product with good-quality ingredients is much more difficult than when there was no such choice.

Russian Brand Pork Bologna Doktorskya, chunk 1.4 lb

Russian Brand Pork Bologna Doktorskya, chunk 1.4 lb

Investment and Development Agency of Latvia (LIAA) has created a unique, publicly available database of food and drink products made in Latvia. This is a digital platform to find potential business partners and a tool to be used by producers to present their exportable products and foreign representatives to promote food and drink industry. It gives equal opportunities for producers as well as distributers to facilitate international trade.

Doctor sausage icon. Cartoon of doctor sausage vector icon for web design isolated on white background

Doctor sausage icon. Cartoon of doctor sausage vector icon for web design isolated on white background

Ordinary people could find good kolbasa only in Moscow and some other cities with big meat-processing plants. But finding did not mean getting – even in Moscow one had to stand in line for an hour to buy it. Thousands of people flocked to the capital from other cities to spend money on kolbasa and other hard-to-get items. There was even a joke in the form of a riddle about the train from Moscow (the trains in USSR were green): “What’s long and green and smells like kolbasa?”

Watercress, celeriac and sausage tray bake

Watercress, celeriac and sausage tray bake

Put the beans in a food processor with the ground almonds and miso paste. Add the mushrooms mixture, salt and lots of ground black pepper. Blend until the mixture comes together to a stiff paste, removing the lid and pushing the mixture down 2–3 times with a spatula until the right consistency is reached. Adjust the seasoning to taste. Divide the mixture into eight even pieces and roll into sausage shapes.

How to cook legendary Doctorskaya sausage right at home (RECIPE)

How to cook legendary Doctorskaya sausage right at home (RECIPE)

In 1974, the composition was changed for the first time – it was allowed to add up to 2 percent of starch or flour. Later, the recipe of the once dietary sausage deviated so much from the original that today nutritionists hardly call it ”medicinal”. Nowadays, the recipe for this sausage is no longer strictly regulated by government standards. Every manufacturer has their own recipe, and of course they claim it is the best. But nothing really beats the original recipe of doktorskaya and that is the one we offer you to try to make.

Cilantro Lime Chicken Skewers with Wild Blueberry Salsa

Cilantro Lime Chicken Skewers with Wild Blueberry Salsa

For my Lentil Soup with Sausage and Greens, I like to stir in some fresh greens at the very end. You can use Swiss chard, kale, spinach or whatever you have on hand. A touch of vinegar at the end adds a pop of flavor. I like to serve the soup with some grated Parmesan cheese and crusty whole grain bread for dipping.

Russian doctor sausage (No. 2-beef and pork) 325g

Ingredients: pork, beef, water, whole or skim milk powder, salt, egg powder, sugar, spices and spice extracts, acidity regulators, dextrose, flavor and aroma enhancer, antioxidant ascorbic acid

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I prefer to cook my sausages first for the Fat Head sausage rolls. I simply run a sharp knife down the centre of each sausage to split the sausage skin. Using the knife, peel back, remove and discard the skins.