About the Recipe
White Borscht (barszcz biały) and Żurek can be found on Polish Easter table as well as in some part of Ukraine. Both of them are also served in many Polish restaurants, here in the US.
Barszcz Biały - white borscht is not as thick as its cousin, Żurek. It is more delicate in flavor and its color comes from the flour that is being used, which usually makes it white. However, I like to use the unbleached wheat flour, which changes a bit the color of the soup. It is based on white sausage, with addition of some vegetables and spices. It is a perfect addition to the Easter table.