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Better than Olivier and Shuba: how to prepare a spectacular festive salad with red caviar

Kateryna YagovychLS Food
Salad recipe with caviar. Source: Photo from Yulia Symonchuk's Instgaram page

A salad with caviar will look truly festive and impressive on a festive table. It can be served in a bowl with all the ingredients in layers. Salmon, hard cheese, and boiled potatoes go well with caviar.

The idea of preparing a festive salad with red caviar was published on the page of food blogger Yulia Symonchuk (cook_julija_simonchuk) on Instagram. It is dressed with mayonnaise.

Better than Olivier and Shuba: how to prepare a spectacular festive salad with red caviar

Ingredients:

  • lightly salted salmon - 150 g
  • caviar - 100 g
  • boiled potatoes - 2-3 pcs.
  • boiled eggs - 3 pcs;
  • hard cheese - 120-150 g
  • green onions - a bunch
  • mayonnaise - a few tbsp.

Method of preparation:

Better than Olivier and Shuba: how to prepare a spectacular festive salad with red caviar

1. Put the chopped salmon on the bottom of the salad bowl and add a little onion.

2. Lubricate lightly with mayonnaise.

Better than Olivier and Shuba: how to prepare a spectacular festive salad with red caviar

3. Next, put the grated boiled potatoes and make a grid out of mayonnaise.

Better than Olivier and Shuba: how to prepare a spectacular festive salad with red caviar

4. Add caviar.

Better than Olivier and Shuba: how to prepare a spectacular festive salad with red caviar

5. Put the grated egg and mayonnaise and sprinkle with grated hard cheese.

6. Add mayonnaise again and garnish with caviar. If desired, add some herbs.

Better than Olivier and Shuba: how to prepare a spectacular festive salad with red caviar

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