Zapravka is the Russian culinary term that means "dressing of food with flavours"
Other definition:
Zapravka is the Russian generic name for a gastronomic or food addition that is not an essential part of the recipe, but added to significantly improve the taste of the dish. Butter, sour cream, cured pig fat, milk and various sauces are the ones traditionally added tomake the dish more flavorful

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