Russian Salad Dressing is a bit different as it uses tomato soup in the dressing and can be served on top of regular green salads. Along with this Russian salad dressing has white vinegar, Worcestershire sauce and salad oil. Seasoned with salt, brown sugar, garlic and onion, Russian salad dressing is good to go.
Russian Salad Dressing Blogs
08-Aug-2011 By :
If the very thought of beef stroganoff, blini, or chicken kiev gets you slobbering, then these brilliant Russian salad dressing ideas would just get you drooling like Homer Simpson. Simple, warm, and filling, Russian salad dressings bring to your table a...
22-Jul-2011 By :
Planning a birthday party for your little one and looking for some great appetizer ideas? Here are some of the best Russian appetizer ideas which you can easily prepare for the birthday party.
Russia is the largest country in the...
19-Oct-2010 By :
If you are planning to visit Russia for your New Year celebrations then chances are that you would be in Russia during the Russian Christmas Day which falls on 6th of January. Indulge in the best Russian holiday foods with our guide on top 10 Russian...
20-Dec-2011 By :
Many of the Russian snacks look strangely foreign, but a closer look at the ingredients may leave you amazed. I have conjured up a write-up here of some weird snacks from Russia, most of them being included due to the way they are spelt or due to their...