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    By Andreas Viestad

    Herring salad

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    The flag that was used during the Union between Norway and Sweden was called the herring salad. Here I have made a herring salad that looks like the Union flag. Obviously you do not need to arrange your raw produce in this way, but it is one entertaining way of serving a herring salad like this.

    Serves 4


    • 1

      Mix together the turnip, celeriac, apple, soused herring and sour cream.

    • 2

      Mix together the onion, egg yolks, mustard and crushed mustard seeds.

    • 3

      Mix together the beetroot, rapeseed oil and apple cider vinegar.

    • 4

      Mix together the potatoes and rapeseed oil.

    • 5

      Arrange the herring salad. Try to copy the pattern on the Swedish/Norwegian flag, or a national flag of your own choice.

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