Beet and Apple Salad

"Sweet and creamy cooked dressing on a beautiful old fashioned salad. From a 1960 cookbook "Pennsylvania Dutch Cooking". I usually peel the apples and omit the nuts."
 
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Ready In:
18mins
Ingredients:
11
Serves:
4-6
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ingredients

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directions

  • For dressing, combine egg with sugar and beat well.
  • Stir in flour and mustard.
  • Add mixture to heated water and vinegar in a small heavy saucepan.
  • Cook, stirring constantly, over low heat until thick, 2-3 minutes.
  • Season to taste with salt and pepper.
  • Cool.
  • In a medium bowl, mix the 4 salad ingredients.
  • Pour the cooled dressing over and mix well.
  • Garnish with parsley and chopped nuts, as desired.
  • Serve chilled.

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Reviews

  1. Karmology Clinic
    I used some granny smith apples and my homemade blackberry vinegar instead of plain white vinegar. Delicious and refreshing taste!
     
  2. sugarpea
    I loved this, too. I used fresh, roasted beets, unpeeled apples and walnuts. Pink and delicious.
     
  3. Elmotoo
    Ooh, I'm 1st! I liked this a lot! The kids weren't too keen but it will grow on them, lol. I used canned beets but I'm sure fresh & roasted beets would be far superior. The dressing is so delicious!! Thank you, Kaarin!
     
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I'm a stay at home mom with 3 adorable children-an 8 year old daredevil son, a 5 1/2 year old princess and a wild little 2 year old girl! I love to cook, and like having my little helpers in the kitchen! I usually love recipes that are completely from scratch (I still love them actually) but right now my focus is on having any kind of food ready by mealtime! It's a little crazy here lately. Every summer we have a huge organic garden, apple orchard and raspberry and blueberry patches, along with a woods full of wild foods waiting for me to learn what they are so I can collect them. I'm learning about wild mushrooms first, so if anyone has any tips, let me know. We also eat wild venison which my husband and I hunt ourselves. It's our favorite meat, since it's lean, organic and cheap! Some of my hobbies are: hiking, biking, rock climbing, gardening, playing in the water with my kids, or just swinging in the hammock with a good book. I go stir crazy if I spend too much time inside.
 
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