Gatim impreuna #deladistanta: Salate festive – Rusia

Nu stiu prea multe despre gastronomia si cultura ruseasca, desi multe dintre retetele traditionale romanesti au o influenta a stilului rusesc. Ceea ce imi place mie sa gatesc uneori sunt blini sarati (clatite rusesti) fara gluten. Sunt potriviti pentru servirea somonului afumat, a icrelor de peste sau a diverselor spread-uri.
De asemenea eu folosesc hrisca in multe din preparatele mele – un alt ingredient al bucatariei rusesti.

Bucataria rusa inseamna supe delicioase, o varietate de cereale, conserve, muraturi, produse de patiserie aromate. Aflandu-se pe primul loc in lume in ceea ce priveste teritoriul, Rusia a absorbit elemente din cultura multor popoare, inclusiv traditii culinare. Zona cu caracteristici geografice si climatice diferite a contribuit la diversitatea meniului. Atat cei care prefera carnea, cat și vegetarienii vor gasi un fel de mancare pe placul lor în bucataria rusa. (wikipedia).   Pana acum suna bine 😎

Cu ajutorul prietenei mele Oxana, va impartasesc astazi doua salate rusesti care se prepara foarte simplu, arata extrem bine si sunt potrivite pentru diverse evenimente 👌.
Ii multumesc Oxanei pentru ca mi-a acceptat provocarea si sper sa va placa salatele! Eu le voi incerca in acest weekend.

Салат Подсолнух – Salata floarea-soarelui

Ingrediente:

– 3-4 cartofi fierti
– o conserva de ton maruntit (fara ulei)
– 4 oua fierte tari
– ceapa verde taiata marunt
– masline taiate jumatati
– maioneza
– chipsuri

Mod de preparare:

Se aseaza ingredientele in straturi pe un platou dupa cum urmeaza si fiecare strat se potriveste de sare:
-Felii de cartofi
-Maioneza
-Ceapa verde
-Maioneza
-Ton
-Maioneza
-Albus de ou razuit
-Maioneza
-Galbenus de ou razuit – ultimul strat
Se decoreaza deasupra cu maioneza si jumatati de masline ca in foto de mai jos; marginile se decoreaza cu chipsuri de cartofi.

Se serveste rece.

Салат Винегрет – Salata vinegreta

Ingrediente:

– 3-4 cartofi fierti taiati cubulete
– 1-2 morcovi fierti taiati marunt
– 3-4 bucati sfecla rosie fiarta taiata marunt
– 100-150 g varza murata
– 2 castraveti murati taiati marunt
– 1 ceapa taiata marunt
– ulei
– sare

Mod de preparare:

Se amesteca toate ingredientele cu ulei dupa gust si se potriveste de sare; se serveste rece.

 


I don’t know much about Russian gastronomy and culture, although many of the traditional Romanian recipes have an influence of the Russian style. What I like to cook sometimes are gluten-free salted pancakes – blini (Russian pancakes). They’re suitable to serve smoked salmon, fish roe or various spreads.
I also use buckwheat in many of my dishes – another ingredient of Russian cuisine.
Russian cuisine is delicious soups, a variety of cereals, jams, pickles, aromatic pastries. Ranking first in the world in terms of territory, Russia has absorbed elements of the culture of many peoples, including culinary traditions. The area with different geographic and climatic characteristics has contributed to the diversity of the menu. Both meat-eaters and vegetarians will find a dish to their liking in Russian cuisine. (wikipedia). Sounds good so far  😎

With the help of my friend Oxana, today I share with you two Russian salads that are very simple to prepare, look extremely good and are suitable for various events 👌.
I also thank Oxana for accepting my challenge and I hope you like the salads! I will try them this weekend.

Салат Подсолнух – Sun flower salad

Ingredients:

– 3-4 boiled potatoes
– a can of shredded tuna (without oil)
– 4 hard boiled eggs
– finely chopped green onions
– halved olives
– mayonnaise
– chips

Method:

Place the ingredients in layers on a plate as follows and add salt if needed:
-Potato slices
-Mayonnaise
-Green onions
-Mayonnaise
-Tone
-Mayonnaise
-Scraped egg whites
-Mayonnaise
-Grated egg yolk – the last layer
Decorate the top with mayonnaise and half olives as in the photo below; the edges are decorated with potato chips.

Serve cold.

Салат Винегрет – Vinaigrette salad

Ingredients:

– 3-4 diced boiled potatoes
– 1-2 boiled carrots cut into small pieces
– 3-4 pieces of boiled red beets cut into small pieces
– 100-150 g of sauerkraut
– 2 finely chopped pickles
– 1 finely chopped onion
– oil
– salt

Method:

Mix all ingredients with oil and season with salt; serve cold.

 



Categories: Aperitive si gustari, Rusesc, Salate

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