A familiar situation for many when processed cheese, warm boiled potatoes and other products stick to the grater. This not only interferes with work, but also greatly complicates further cleaning.
So that nothing sticks to the grater, you need to lubricate it with odorless vegetable oil. It is convenient to do this with a silicone brush. Oil is applied from the top and from the inside. When you grate the processed cheese on a greased grater, it will not clump together. Be sure to try this tip in action. Applying the oil will take half a minute, but it will greatly facilitate the rubbing of food on salads.
2 delicious herring salad recipes, and the secret to quickly grating ingredients for them
In addition to the classic herring under a fur coat, there are many salad recipes where you can use this fish. Let's look at 2 of them that you most likely have not tried yet and will certainly want to cook. When rubbing ingredients for salads, be sure to grease the grater with vegetable oil, and then nothing will stick to it, even processed cheese.
Salad 1. "For no reason"
This salad will require:
- boiled potatoes - 2-3 pcs.;
- herring - 1 pc.;
- green onions;
- processed cheese - 100 gr.;
- pickled or pickled cucumbers - 1-2 pcs.;
- boiled eggs - 2 pcs.;
- green pea;
- mayonnaise - 2 tablespoons
A serving ring is placed on the plate. Grated potatoes are laid in it, compacted and smeared with mayonnaise.
Finely chopped herring and green onions are stacked on top. Then there are grated cheese and cucumbers with squeezed juice.
Mayonnaise is smeared on top of the cucumbers, and grated boiled eggs are applied. They are also coated with mayonnaise.
Top of the salad is covered with a layer of canned green peas.
It remains to remove the serving ring, cut it into portions and serve.
Salad 2. Herring under a fur coat with fried onions
For this salad you need to prepare:
- herring - 1.5 pcs.;
- boiled potatoes - 3-4 pcs.;
- onions - 2 pcs.;
- carrots - 2 pcs.
- beets - 3 pcs.;
- boiled eggs - 2 pcs.;
- mayonnaise - 3-4 tablespoons
The vegetables are pre-cooked. One onion is fried, and the second is marinated 15 minutes before cooking.
For the marinade, use: a pinch of salt, 1 tsp. sugar, 1 tbsp. vinegar and 4 tbsp. water.
The bottom of the molds is greased with mayonnaise, and grated potatoes are laid on it.
Finely chopped herring goes on top. It needs to be greased with mayonnaise.
Then pickled onions and grated carrots are placed. It is thickened and covered with mayonnaise.
Next, fried onions, beets, mayonnaise and a grated egg are laid out. This salad is best eaten when it is slightly infused.