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Sunday, May 6, 2012

Chicken Seven Layers Salad

This salad is my creation. Everybody loved in my family. I want to share this recipe with everybody.

    Ingredients:
3 Boiled potatoes (I use yellow potatoes)
1 small sweet onion
1 12oz can of chicken breast
2-3 boiled carrots
200 gr smoked cheese
5 boiled eggs
2 persian cucumbers
Mayonnaise  
Salt, Pepper, Vegeta
I added sliced radishes later (It made salad juicier and it gets watery after a few hours)
Optional unrefined Sunflower oil  on the potatoes 



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This picture is missing cucumbers and radishes.


Mix chicken with mayo and onion.
Shred potatoes on the plate.
Salt, pepper, vegeta,drizzle a little sunflower oil over the potatoes or use mayo.
Spread chicken with onion on top.
Shred carrots.
Add cubed cucumbers on the top. Salt and add a layer of mayo.
Shred eggs and last shred cheese on top.




32 comments:

  1. I want some right now, too bad you live so far

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    1. I know It's tested soo good✿✿✿

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    2. i discovered this site yesterday and love everything on it! i am learning abt russian's food so that i may prepare them for my husband when he missed his mommy's cooking. even i start to like russian food. Spasibo Lea, btw where is your location?

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    3. That's great! I would start with making plov, it's very easy to make and it taste so good. I am from Seattle area:)
      Thanks♥¸.•*´¯*♥

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    4. Plov is now my fav dish to cook and approved 'taste like original Russian plov' by my husband ;). Being asian, I love to have plov with cucumber salad (asian style - with onion, chilli and vinegar). my next project - cheburek!

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    5. I should try your cucumber salad sometime:) Asian food is very different, I have a lot of my favorite Asian dishes but with out the spicy ingredients. We love chebureki I have a good recipe for it:) Did you try olivie? Where do you live?

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    6. Olivie , not yet but I will definitely try that. I am currently in Emirates. Btw, will my chebureki still taste good if I skip the vodka?

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    7. Vodka makes The dough flaky. If you skip it will not be the same. Is Emirates in Dubai?

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    8. Abu Dhabi, about 1 and half hr drive from Dubai

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    9. Wow!!! that's far from USA. The weather must be very hot there:)

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    10. Yeah, very far. It's summer now, and temp may easily be 43 degree celcius. but today it shows 37 C, yey!

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    11. Wow! I was in Las Vegas this weekend it was 38C and it was hard to breathe for me. We came back to Seattle and its 22C here. I am so glad that our weather is much cooler:)

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    12. Very nice weather in Seattle! U are lucky. Starting end of Sept, it will get colder here. But still, hot is better then extreme winter in Moscow! :-D

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    13. I know, Moscow is cold. I am from Estonia and we had 4 months of snow in the winter. I so glad we have a warm rainy winter here and the summer is not too hot:-) It's really nice to talking to you. What is your name?

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    14. I am Lea Ruslan. This site will be my fav from now onwards :)

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    15. Nice to meet you:-)
      Thanks♥¸.•*´¯*♥

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  2. Me to. That looks awesome.

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  3. Looks like a festive cake - just beautiful. :) You reminded me of the "layered salad period" in Russia when everybody was cooking layered salads and competing with one another. Thanks for the inspiration, I will make something like that soon.
    The mouse-topper is adorable. You are a great 'masteritsa'. :)

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  4. Wow, very original- I have never seen a layered salad! I love it :)

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    1. Thanks April✿✿✿
      Enjoy!!!

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  5. I thinking to try this one would like it to do soon. Tanya linnik

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  6. What kind smoke cheese and where u get it. Tanya linnik

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    1. It calls Gouda Smoked Cheese. I buy it in Canned Food store.
      Thanks✿✿✿

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  7. it so yummmmyyyyy.i loved it so much.my russian friend lena taught me.but after cumming to srilanka i've never done it.have to try here..]

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  8. thank you for your amazing dishes. I made your salad a bunch of times :)
    but i was wondering does it have to be in layers? what if I mix everything? don't really see the point of layering out salads...

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    1. Sure you can mix it. I made it up myself, I guess it looks more fun for the pictures when it's layered:)

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    2. what??!! wow you did a very good job!! this salad is the best
      thanks for the reply.

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    1. No, it's boiled or baked potatoes :)

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