Mille - feuille salad
Another easy, easy to stomach salad. Mille-feuille is a layered salad of French cuisine. It is made in large bowls, and portions of the cylinders or other forms. The contents of the "pages" can be absolutely anything. I have here a variant, the content and form completely corresponding to the New 2010 year of the Tiger. And a reminder: tigers of the horoscopes come "on schedule" after a dozen years, but the real beauties written in a book (a real course, not a salad) and they are smaller. For the contest "Gorenje: Christmas song"


  • Crab meat

    300 g

  • The Apium graveolens Dulce

    150 g

  • Apple

    150 g

  • Tomato

    700 g

  • Mayonnaise

    150 g

  • Gelatin

    15 g

  • Sugar

  • Dill

    1 coup

  • Salt

  • Black pepper


Blanch the tomatoes, remove the skins. Tomatoes cut into crosswise, remove the petals, spread on a baking sheet, season with salt and pepper and place in preheated oven at 180 degrees for 15 minutes.
Gelatin fill for swelling. The remaining tomatoes and the tomato mass to boil, mix in blender and (or) RUB through a sieve. Add salt, sugar, pepper, spices, gelatin.
Peeled Apple, celery and crab meat cut into cubes. In mayonnaise to add 4-5 spoons of gelatin. The petals of the tomato spread on a dish, pour the tomato-gelatin mixture and refrigerate until firm.
After curing of the lower layer had to build out of cardboard and tape the sides, so as not to find anything of suitable size. Mix crab meat with mayonnaise and spread on greased with a little mayonnaise, a layer of tomatoes (for gluing).
Also put the celery and Apple with mayonnaise. Put back in the fridge. Strongly it does not freeze - only a little clutch for the form.
After that, shed the top "cover" tomato-gelatin mixture in several stages, keep in the fridge. When it hardens - make a tail with carrots and olives. "I'm here" - shows us the tiger. Decorate as desired. Bon appetit!
The liver "Cut down our Christmas tree" Sherbet "Playful tiger"
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