How to make a beetroot salad with mayonnaise

Hey all, so this is my favourite salad: beetroot salad with mayonnaise. It is super low budget and extremely tasty. In the Surinamese community in the Netherlands this salad is really popular. It has such a happy colour and is very easy to make. This salad has no gluten. So now I will teach you how to make a beetroot salad with mayonnaise. It is excellent party food to serve your guests!

How to make a beetroot salad with mayonnaise

Ever since I have lived in Israel I have really missed my mother’s cooking. But making some food from the Suriname kitchen reminds me of home! I will share with you my favourite recipe!

 

You need:

¼ Onion

1 Hard boiled egg

3 Beetroots (I buy them vacuum packed)

5 Potatoes

Mayonnaise

Pickled cucumbers

Sweet corn

Salt

Black pepper

250 gr. Chicken fillet

Soup powder

To prepare the chicken

Cook the chicken for 25 min in water, take the chicken out and pick the chicken with your hands until you get fine pieces. You should fry the chicken in a bit butter or oil in 1 spoon of soup powder.

chicken

To prepare the rest of the salad:

Cook the potatoes (+- 30 min) until they are soft enough. When they are soft enough mash the potatoes together with the 3 beetroots, 3 spoons of mayonnaise, some corn, 3 pickled cucumbers, a bit salt and a bit of black pepper. Mix it all with 2 big spoon and there is your party dish! Before you serve it to your quests garnish it with slices of boiled egg and place the salad on top of a lettuce leave.

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Now you know how to make a beetroot salad with mayonnaise. Bon appétit!

How to make a beetroot salad with mayonnaise

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2 Comments on How to make a beetroot salad with mayonnaise

  1. Nilou
    5 October 2015 at 15:49 (3 years ago)

    oeeee i love me some good old Surnamese Huzarensalade 😀

    Reply
    • vgoerdat
      5 October 2015 at 18:24 (3 years ago)

      Ja Nilou, het het idd een ouderwetse Surinaamse Huzarensalade 😉

      Reply

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