How to make it

  • Boil the potatoes, eggs and carrot seperately and remove from heat and allow all of them to cool.
  • Skin the cooled potatoes and chop into 1/4" cubes. -Firm potatoes tend to work better for this. (soft ones turn to mush)
  • Mince the onion and cooled carrot and the entire jar of pickles into 1/8" cubes. Cut the pickles lengthwise and then cross cut for best results.
  • Boil the chicken, cool and chop into 1/4" cubes.
  • Mince roast beef.
  • Mix all ingredients together and chill for 1 Hr or so.
  • Mix in mayo (more or less to taste) and garnish with chopped parsley and salt/pepper to taste.
  • The meat in this recipe can be adjusted or omitted according to taste. Many Russians actually use a Russian version of bologna sausage instead of the roast beef.

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  • 99pelmeni 8 years ago
    Yes, that bologna looks just like what I see when I visit Russia. If you look for it over here you can usually find it in Russian grocery stores too.

    I think that the dill addition would work out pretty well. I was intending to add some of it the next time I make it too. Let me know how it turns out!
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  • lovebreezy 8 years ago
    Very nice. I may have to sub dill relish the first time as I have a ton of it -- do you think that would be a problem. I'll have to check out that bologna sausage to see what we have here that is similar.

    Do these look familiar?
    Lyubitelskaya and Doctorskaya sausage =
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