"Baked potato salad Ukrainian style with sour cream and onions will be a hearty warmer for these chillier nights." — jeanbean
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hard-cooked eggs, sliced
onion, peeled and sliced
1 (16 ounce) container
salt and pepper to taste
Suprisingly, this was a very good dish. I really didn't know what to expect after reading the reviews, but I halved the recipe and was pleasantly suprised. It probably could have used more egg, in my opinion, but it is very good as is. For more details, please refer to my blog about Russian food! Thanks for a great recipe.
It was very dry and I ran out of eggs near the top, so the next time I baked it in a tall dish, so it wasn't so dry and added more eggs and onion. Try adding sliced hungarian sausage (kolbasz) for added flavor to the layering.
This was pretty good. Like other reviewers said it was pretty dry (and I added a lot of extra sour cream). When we ate it, we put a few dollops of sour cream into it and it tasted really good that way. Overall I liked the combination of potatoes, eggs, and onions, but it just needed that extra creaminess factor.
very good recipe. I did use extra sour cream too. Thanks.
Yum! I did make some slight changes, though. I did put salt and pepper on each potato layer; used chive & onion sour cream; parsley and a bit of olive oil drizzled on the top layer (which I ended with potatoes, not sour cream) and covered the dish for baking.
Texture is all wrong here. Not very tasty.
THIS WAS REALLY GOOD...LIKE A WARM POTATOE SALAD...YUMMO...ALTHOUGH DO TAKE THE EARLIER ADIVCE AND ADD MORE SOUR CREAM...IT IS A LIL DRY!
I followed the recipe flawlessly and it came out too dry. More sour cream and not eggs would've made this dish superb!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Ukraine Baked Potato Salad
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 193
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