Herring under a fur coat

Herring under a fur coat
Pic by Dariia Belkina | Dreamstime
Europe - Russian Federation - Moscow
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Herring under a fur coat is a very common dish in Russian cuisine and the recipe is quite similar to the Olivier salad, also known as Russian salad. The basic ingredients are the same: potatoes and carrots. But this recipe also has eggs, beets, onions and of course, herring. It is  called herring under a fur coat because it is often presented in a way that resembles the herring covered by a blanket of different layers of vegetables.


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