Salad Olivieh (Chicken, Potato & Egg salad)

Salad Olivier is known all over the world, it is also called Russian salad in some countries.  It was originally created by the French Chef, M. Olivier, but claimed by the Russians as one of their dishes. In Iran they call it Salad Olivieh and the ingredients are rather different from the original recipe.

This salad is delicious when served fresh but even better when it has been refrigerated for a few hours or even overnight.


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Recipe type
Course
Serves 4 People
Prep time
2h 0m

Ingredients

  • 4
    medium potato
  • 2
    eggs
  • 450 Grams
    Mortadella Ham, or 2 cups of shredded chicken
  • 2
    carrots
  • 6
    dill pickles
  • ½ Cups
    sweet peas
  • ½ Cups
    sweet corn
  • 2 Cups
    mayonnaise
  • 2 Tablespoons
    olive oil
  • 2 Tablespoons
    lemon juice
  • black pepper to taste
  • salt to taste

Instructions

  1. Wash the potatoes and carrots and place them in a pot. Cover full with water and bring all to boil on low heat until potatoes are soft. (potato takes longer to come to boil, but let them all continue boiling). Hard boil the eggs.

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  2. Grate the potatoes, eggs and carrots. Shred ham and dice dill pickles. Place them all in a large mixing bowl. Add sweet peas and sweet corn.

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  3. Add mayonnaise, lemon juice, salt, pepper and olive oil.

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  4. Mix all ingredients well.

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  5. Serve in a platter. You can put a layer of mayonnaise on it.

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4 reviews for Salad Olivieh (Chicken, Potato & Egg salad)

  1. Davood
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    اولويه نيست كه يه تيكه ازتابلو پيكاسوه

  2. Sepehri

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    معلومه كه چقدر خوشمزست

  3. tahereh
    5

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    معلومه خیلی خوشمزه س.ظاهرشم که خیلی خوشگله.مرسی اکرم جون.

  4. Paula
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    I absolutely LOVE this salad! I recall while living in Iran, that people would also make sandwiches with salad olivieh. Yummy! One can even put the salad into a jello mold as I did with a fish mold and it added such interest. Lovely!

  5. Paula

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    Of course the lemon juice in Iran tastes quite different in comparison to that from the United States. I like to use Persian lemon juice in order to get the same flavor I remember so well. More authentic!

  6. Wendi
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    Very delicious.It is great if you put in sub sandwich.

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