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Herring under fur

Herring under fur or Selyodka pod Shuboi is one of the famous Russian salads. Usually Russian people  make this salad on

holidays when family and friends get together at the one big table with nice dishes and drinks.
    You will need:

 2 salted herring fillets;

 3-4 potatoes, boiled and cooled off;

2-3 beets, boiled and cooled off;

1 medium onion;

1 lb jar mayonnaise.



Cut  herring fillet in a small pieces, take all bones away if any. Put herring on

the bottom of a large dish evenly.

 Cut onion in a small pieces and cover the herring with it. Spread mayonnaise

evenly on the top.

 Grate potatoes and make another layer. Cover it with mayonnaise.

 Then grate beets and make another layer. Spread mayonnaise on the beets.

 Put "Selyodka pod shuboi" in the fridge for a few hours or even better for all night. It will let mayonnaise seturate all layers of your


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Category: Salads | Added by: Tanusha (2012-02-13)
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