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Style 1

This is a meat salad that has several different styles. This style in the states is called a Chef Salad.

Strips of ham, turkey cheese on a bed of greens.

Style 2

This one reminds me of what we would call a Ham salad or deviled ham salad something like a chicken or tuna salad only made with leberkäse instead.

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Serves 2

Style 1

1 / 4 lb Leberkäse
1 dill pickle spear cut into strips
4 oz Good Swiss Cheese like Emmanthaller
1 / 2 cup loose packed red onion sliced in strips
1 hard boiled egg
parsley chopped for garnish

1 /4 cup oil
2 tablespoons water
2 Tablespoons apple cider vinegar
1 Tablespoon pickle juice
1 teaspoon Dusseldorf style mustard, or you can use Dijon.

Style 2:
1 /4 lb Leberkäse small dice
2 tablespoons fine chopped red onion
1 / 4 cup good Mayonnaise
A little pickle juice
1 teaspoon Dusseldorf style mustard, or you can use Dijon

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I started out with some Leberkäse. Here is the recipe for Leberkäse

I cut the Leberkäse in thin strips and then sauted them here in the olive oil. Most recipes I have seen don't take this step by I really like the flavor. When lightly browned turn out Leberkäse and also the olive oil from the pan into a stainless bowl.


Next add the cheese, pickle and onion slices to the bowl, mix the dressing and lightly toss. Some folks add a bit of chopped fresh garlic to the dressing. It is great but a little goes a long way.


Style 2

Mix all the ingredients together for this style of Fleischsalat and spread on rye bread. I topped this with some chopped chives. Nice for lunch or even an appetizer.

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