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Alsatian Cervelas salad
Alsatian Cervelas salad
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A homemade summer salad from the region Alsace in France, made with the main ingredient Cervelas sausages. Combined with cheese, eggs, and your choice of vegetables. As you can imagine this salad is kind of heavy and mostly served as a main dish.

Ingredient List for 6 servings:
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300 gr Cervelas sausages
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200 gr Emmental cheese
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6 Eggs
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4 tablespoons Mayonnaise
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3 teaspoons Olive oil
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4 teaspoons Vinegar
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1 pinch Salt
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1 pinch Pepper
Instructions:
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Divide the sausages in half on the long side. Place them along the edge of a plate.
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Grate the cheese and place in the middle of the plate.
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Boil the eggs and let them get cold. Cut them in half.
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Spoon out the yellow of the eggs and mix with the mayonnaise.
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Mix the vinegar with the olive oil, salt and the pepper. Sprinkle on the cheese and the sausages.
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Place the egg whites with the round side down on top of the cheese.
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Replace the egg yellow mixture back on the egg whites.
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