I had this recipe for a few months now and I tried it few times with different jams. My family loves it and this is one of those desserts that you make and can enjoy for the rest of the week with a good cup of coffee. A delicious combination of cake, jam, meringue and walnuts.
Most of the Eastern European potato salads don’t include mayonnaise, instead we use a dressing made with oil and vinegar. I will present few different potato salads; I thought I would start with the Bulgarian recipe since this is pretty basic. By adding different ingredients to this you will be get different recipes, specific to other countries – soon to be posted are the Serbian Potato Salad and the Romanian Potato Salad.
Each of these dishes can be served by themselves or as a side dish. They are simply delicious. Enjoy!
- 6 to 8 medium boiled potatoes – either sliced or cut in cubes
- 1 medium sliced onion
- 1/2 cups finely chopped fresh dill
- salt, oil and vinegar to taste
You mix everything together and serve.
This is a great appetizer, common in the Bulgarian and Romanian cuisine (however it’s also a staple dish for the Mediterranean cuisine).