By Sue Lau | Palatable Pastime
Fleischsalat is my recipe of the day. This is a German version of ham salad which uses bologna as the meat.
The method is quite simple; it’s the type of bologna used that really makes the difference. Use a German style ring bologna or ringwurst, as it is called.
This is one of my husband’s favorites and I have prepared it a number of ways. Besides being great on crackers with a cold beer, it also does a fine job as a sandwich spread.
German Style Fleischsalat in Bowl
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First, I also have another version of fleischsalat which I have posted. You can decide which one you prefer.
Next, I have these Spicy Jalapeno Beer Glazed Brats and Metts which spice up your summertime grilling with this easy to make glaze.
Then the Reuben sandwich is filled with corned beef and lots of cheese and grilled to crispy goodness on rye or pumpernickel bread.
Also I have another spread- Ham Salad – whenever you find yourself knee-deep in leftover holiday ham (or just have some extra on hand), keep calm and make ham salad!
Finally, for a nice hot sandwich, these Burgers with Bacon-Sauerkraut Jam add a delicious twist to bacon jam and are great any time, but especially suited for Oktoberfest.
- 14 to 16 ounces German ring bologna (diced)
- 1 1/4 cups diced sour gherkins or Polish dill pickles
- 5 tablespoons mayonnaise
- 1 teaspoon German-style mustard
- Black pepper to taste
- Try to cut the bologna and the pickles the same size.
- Mix together and chill before serving; serve with rye bread.
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