Berries are the main ingredient of this salad. In the Russian Taiga – the vast coniferous forest in Siberia – grow many delicious and healthy berries. Cranberries and blueberries are especially popular in Russia. These little sweet-sour vitamin bombs contain a variety of antioxidants and phytochemicals such as flavonoids that help combat diseases and have strong anti aging properties.
|600 g (= 1.3 lb)||potatoes|
|200 g (= 0.4 lb)||carrots|
|200 g (= 7 oz)||pickled mushrooms|
|100 g (= 6 tbsp)||canned peas|
|100 g (= 3.5 oz)||cranberries|
|100 g (= 3.5 oz)||green (spring) onions|
|2 tbsp||vegetable oil|
|fresh parsley and dill to taste|
- Wash and cook potatoes and carrots in their skins, allow to cool, peel and cut into fine pieces.
- Drain mushrooms. Wash green (spring) onions, fresh parsley and dill. Chop everything finely.
- Put everything in a bowl and combine with peas and cranberries. Add oil and mix well.
- Season with salt and pepper to taste.
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