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Russian Salad

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Russian Salad

A salad that is a staple in most Soviet households, was first known as Olivier, named after the Russian chef of Belgian descent Lucien Olivier who invented it in the 19th century. He fiercely guarded the original recipe until one of Lucien’s spurned sous-chefs let the recipe out. Wait… should we thank the sous chef? When fresh assorted vegetables, greens and fruits are tossed in a creamy mayonnaise dressing, you know that it’s ought to be refreshingly delicious.


Carrot - 30gms

Potato - 30gms

Haricot beans - 30gms

Pineapple - 30gms

Green pepper - 40gms

Green peas - 30gms

Salt - 3gms

Pepper - 2gms

Mayonnaise - 45gms

Chopped parsley - 1gm

Iceberg lettuce - 40gms

Red romaine lettuce - 20gms



Cut the vegetables into 8mm dices and boil them in salted water, individually until soft. Drain, cool, mix the diced veggies with mayonaisse. Adjust seasoning and serve on a base of fresh lettuce. 

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