Ukrainian Herring Salad

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  1. Edoc

    Edoc Guest

    Ukrainian Herring Salad

    2 prepared herring fillets
    1 cup cooked diced potatoes
    1 cup cooked diced beets
    1 tart apple, chopped
    1 dill pickle, chopped
    1 tablespoon chopped onion
    Pepper
    1/2 cup sour cream
    2 tablespoons vinegar
    1 hard cooked egg, sliced
    Parsley or scallions

    Prepare the herring by soaking it in cold water for 2 or 3 hours,
    changing the water twice. Remove the head, tail and entrails. Remove
    the skin and bones.
    Chop the fillets coarsely. Combine with the potatoes, beets, apple,
    pickle, and onion. Season with pepper. Mix the sour cream with the
    vinegar. Toss the salad ingredients lightly, and gradually add the
    cream dressing. Garnish with the egg slices and chopped parsley or
    scallions.

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  2. Edoc

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    Ukrainian Herring Salad

    2 prepared herring fillets
    1 cup cooked diced potatoes
    1 cup cooked diced beets
    1 tart apple, chopped
    1 dill pickle, chopped
    1 tablespoon chopped onion
    Pepper
    1/2 cup sour cream
    2 tablespoons vinegar
    1 hard cooked egg, sliced
    Parsley or scallions

    Prepare the herring by soaking it in cold water for 2 or 3 hours,
    changing the water twice. Remove the head, tail and entrails. Remove
    the skin and bones.
    Chop the fillets coarsely. Combine with the potatoes, beets, apple,
    pickle, and onion. Season with pepper. Mix the sour cream with the
    vinegar. Toss the salad ingredients lightly, and gradually add the
    cream dressing. Garnish with the egg slices and chopped parsley or
    scallions.

    http://parenthood.com/recipe_display.html?ID=18527

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