White borscht, commonly known as "barszcz biały" or "żur," is made from a base of fermented rye, usually added to a broth of boiled white fresh kielbasa or sliced smoked kielbasa. It is served hot with cubed rye bread and diced hard-boiled eggs, and horseradish is often added to taste. Very popular at Easter! Serves 2-3, 33.8 fl. oz.