11 responses

  1. Tina
    February 10, 2009

    This sounds fascinating. It’s hard to imagine what this would taste like with some of these ingredients combined, like beets and pineapple. but I bet it’s remarkable. I need to try this out sometime.


    • noemi
      February 10, 2009

      my kids like it a lot. it’s a salad that is on the sweet side.


  2. philippine country girl
    February 10, 2009

    im really fond of making salads and this recipe seems to be very mysterious. il try to make one and hope my kids will love it.


  3. Malou
    February 12, 2009

    Hi. Thanks for sharing.
    Russians and Aunties.
    Each time I hear ” Russian Salad” I always remember my Aunt who’s been residing in the US all her life. I bet you remember your Aunt too. One thing we have in common. I learned how to prepare this salad when a time my aunt got back home from the states. I agree, a potato salad turned Russian salad when there’s sugar beets.
    We always have this salad on the table on each occasion. It’s the Best!
    BTW, you might want to try putting a certain amount of minced onion, but of course it depends on how you like it.


    • noemi
      February 13, 2009

      thanks for the minced onion tip!


  4. lowellpendon
    October 28, 2009

    Thanks for sharing here another wonderful delicacies. My son happens to be studying HRM and planning to go into culinary arts and he found this site of much interest to him when it comes to cooking.
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  5. Runway2Reality
    November 21, 2009

    this is my mom’s staple for Christmas. I love this.
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  6. judy
    December 16, 2009

    thanx ms. noemi for sharing your recipies, i’m not a good cook to my family but still i’m trying to be one. Luckily, i got your site, and youre such a big help to me. i tried your max chicken, tapa and leche flan, for them i am now a good cook. and now that xmas is just a few days away, i will try to prepare your russian salad, i hope they will like it too.

    Advance Merry Christmas, more power to you and may you be blessed always for your kindness.



  7. nicejob
    December 19, 2009

    I’m not russian but the way we eat it, the recipe is basically the same but it seems the red colored version always features herring instead of ham. So for us the typical “russian salad” is just called potato salad, while the red colored with herring is rosolje. There is something about beets with herring that just works…


  8. josie solis perez
    April 22, 2011

    my mother’s all-time-favorite salad. hindi nawawala sa hapag kainan especially christmas day :)


  9. erlinda garcia valiente
    March 26, 2013

    i know this recipe but i don’t know the name its russian salad i put also minced onion


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