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Do you remember the day, when Mendelssohn's March was played just for You, or maybe You just are waiting for this event?... and an indispensable attribute of the bride – wedding bouquet... can you smell the roses? "And sweet rose fragrance keeps you from troubles", wrote medieval poet, to the young bride. the tradition of the wedding bouquet was originally not so much decorative, much function. And in composition, which was carrying during the wedding procession and delicate hands of the bride, along with traditional roses, were... wheat and garlic! The bouquet was supposed to deter a young family from hunger, disease and evil spirits.. so please enjoy my bouquet with garlic and a little wheat in the form of pancakes... with potatoes, marcovicci, a nice beet, huh, cucumbers, cheese ... and, of course, herring

Ingredients

  • Herring

    1 piece

  • Cucumber

    1 piece

  • Carrots

    1 piece

  • Beets

    1 piece

  • Potatoes

    2 PCs

  • Cheese

    100 g

  • Chicken egg

    1 piece

  • Milk

    3 stack.

  • Flour

    1 tbsp

  • Salt

  • Mayonnaise

  • Vegetable oil

Cooking

step-0
The herring had to be cleaned from the skin, viscera and bones, finely chop and place a layer on a plate, slightly greased with mayonnaise
step-1
Now a layer of chopped cucumber and mayonnaise
step-2
Grated on a coarse terochke little carrot. a little mayonnaise
step-3
Grated on a coarse terochke potatoes. a little mayonnaise
step-4
Egg mix with milk, flour, pinch of salt, 1/2 tsp oil lightly whisk
step-5
Fry on a hot griddle and 2 pancakes
step-6
Mix grated on a fine grater a nice beet, huh, cheese and garlic, season 2-3 table. L. mayonnaise
step-7
Carefully spread each pancake beetroot and cheese mixture, turn, cut into small pieces (thickness of around 1.5 cm)
step-8
The remaining ground cover the entire salad
step-9
In the center lay our roses, and the circle richly decorate with greens (I have parsley) pleasant your appetite! :)
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