Russian Vinaigrette

 A plate of Russian Russian Vinaigrette

There are a few different ways a Russian Vinaigrette is made, and here is one of them. I personally like this salad among other Russian traditional salads because it doesn't have the heavy amount of mayonnaise, actually it has no mayonnaise. It has a combination of boiled vegetables that you could actually enjoy all year long. 

The first ingredient, beets, already tells you this salad is packed with vitamin A and C. It cleanses the blood and protects against heart disease. Moving on to red kidney beans, it is good to know that they contain a load amount of not only fiber, but also protein. Green onion is anti-viral and lowers the blood pressure. 

Yield: 4

Russian Vinaigrette


  • 1 red beet

  • 1 can 14oz organic red kidney beans

  • 1 stem green onion

  • 1 large yukon potato

  • 1 large carrot

  • 3 pickles

  • 1 stem fresh dill

  • 3 Tablespoons organic virgin olive oil

  • salt to taste


  1. Boil beet, potato, carrot. Chop into a medium size bowl.

  2. Chop 1 green onion, fresh dill and 3 pickles.

  3. When ready to serve, mix with 3 Tablespoons oil and salt to your taste.



fat (grams)


sat. fat (grams)


protein (grams)


sugar (grams)

Created using The Recipes Generator