Mix all the ingredients and serve cold in a soup dish. Use enough water so the soup is about the consistency of milk. Add a couple ice cubes if it's not cold.
If you use all of the above ingredients without the water and strain the yogurt until it becomes half in volume, you can make a salad. It is referred to as "Snezhanka" (Snow White) or mlechna salata (yogurt salad). The main difference is that use gherkins for Snezhanka and fresh cucumbers for Mlechna Salata.
500 gr tomatoes
150-200 gr ripened cow or sheep cheese in slices
1/2 dl oil
1 small hot pepper
1 cucumber, salt
Peel onion and chop finely. Wash tomatoes, peel, cut into round slices, mix onion and tomatoes, pour over with oil, salt and add peeled cucumber cut into cubes. Mix all slowly, sprinkle with grates or crumbled cheese with small pepper cut into rounds.
This delicious salad is a frequent accompaniment to maize flour dishes (cornbread, green vegetables pie), to baked or cooked potatoes. French toast, tchevapchitchi (grilled cork-shaped ground meat) and the like.