Waldorf Salad

1 root celery

1 celery

4 sour apples

100 grams of walnuts

100 grams of green grapes ( red one of alternative )

1 lemon

5 tablespoons of mayonnaise

1 tablespoon of icing sugar


white pepper, salt

Just like the Polish people have their potato salad, the Danish people have something that is such a tradition and they eat it throughout the year. This Waldorf salad and the method for making it is simple but typical ingredients must be preserved.

Rinse and root the root celery into thin julienne strips, then blanch the chopped celery in hot water for about a minute. Cool down the celery in ice water to keep it firm. Cut the celery well and then cut into a few millimeter pieces. Wash the apples under warm water and then cut them into similar, thin strips like celery or simply cut them on a grater with a coarse mesh.

We prepare a winter salad dressing. Mix lemon juice with powdered sugar and mayonnaise and season with salt and pepper.

Mix all ingredients together by adding 2 tablespoons of chopped parsley or thin chives.

Grapes and nuts are used for outdoor decoration, but we can also mix the whole thing just before serving.

An interesting way to increase the value of this salad is to add chicken or shrimp to it. We will then get a salad that fits perfectly for summer parties but also for barbecues.

Due to the fact that the rhubarb is also fashionable, it is suggested to try to use this plant but then you should choose the apples a bit sweeter and give up the lemon or also change it into oranges

Rafał Bujnicki

Ralph Bujnicki is a professional chef with years of experience in Poland and abroad. He began his culinary journey as a chef in Opole’s gastronomic market. After many years of hard work in Poland, he decided to further develop his skills abroad.

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