Vitamin cabbage salad got its name because it contains seaweed. Seaweed contains many nutrients and vitamins, as well as iodine.
Marinated sea cabbage – 200 grams
Sauerkraut – 100 grams
Marinated cucumber – 1 piece
Beet (large) – 1 piece
Potatoes – 2 pieces
Onions – 1 piece
Green peas (canned) – 150 grams
Oil – 3 tablespoons Salt to taste.
Boil potatoes and beets, clean and cut into cubes. Cucumber cut into small cubes. Shake the sauerkraut, and cut the onion into small cubes. Put sliced beets in a salad bowl, fill it with vegetable oil and leave for 2 minutes. Then add the rest of the ingredients and mix thoroughly. Add salt as needed.
Vitamin seaweed salad
Marinated seaweed – 100 grams
Fresh or salted cucumbers – 1 or 2 pieces
Carrots – 2 pieces Apples – 2 pieces
Boiled egg – 1 piece
Sour cream – 3 – 4 tablespoons greens salt
Peel carrots and grate them on a large grater. Cucumbers and apples are cut into thin strips. Transfer the products to a salad bowl and add the seaweed. Season with sour cream and salt, and mix well. Form a slide into a salad bowl, and decorate it with egg slices and sprigs of greenery. Finely chopped greens can be added to salads.
Vitamin seaweed salad with cucumber and carrot
Marinated seaweed – 200 grams
Onion – 1 piece Radish – 1 piece
Carrot – 1 small
Salted cucumber – 1 piece
Boiled eggs – 2 pieces
Vegetable oil cooking:
Cut the cucumber into slices, slice the cucumber into, a large grater, cut the onion into small pieces, and cut the eggs with an egg cutter. Mix everything, add seaweed, and season the salad with oil.