This Renga Salad Recipe Is A Must For Sham Al-Nessim
Monday 29/April/2019 - 11:41 AM
Sham El-Nessim is upon us، and with it، comes the smell of renga (herring). One of Egypt’s Easter، aka Sham El Nessim — translates to smelling the breeze — traditions is eating a lot of renga.
Renga is a way of life during this festive time، but here’s just one problem; people usually associate it with eww things. In an attempt to change your perception about renga، we’ve brought this renga salad recipe that could potentially change your mind on how you see that smelly fish.
Ingredients: 300 g renga fillets 200 g sour cream 100 ml cream 2 tsp horseradish 1 tsp mustard 1 onion 2 pickles 12 bunch dill 12 bunch parsley 1 apple 1 lemon
In a small bowl، mix the sour cream، cream، horseradish، and mustard together to make a beautiful dressing. Finely dice onion، cut the pickles into thin medallions and chop dill and parsley. Make sure to cut the apple into thin slices as well and cut herring fillet into bite-sized pieces.
In a bigger bowl، mix onion، pickles، parsley، dill، apple، herring، and dressing together for one delicious yummy affair. Squeeze lemon juice into the bowl. Stir thoroughly to combine. Enjoy alone or with a thick slice of rye bread!