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Spinach, Egg, and Onion Salad

Spinach, Egg, and Onion Salad


1/2 pound fresh spinach
1 Tbsp. Prepared mustard
1 Tbsp. Vinegar
Salt and pepper to taste
5 Tbsps. Corn or vegetable oil
2 hard-boiled eggs, peeled and diced or chopped
1 Tbsp. Finely chopped onion or scallion

Soak, thoroughly wash, and dry spinach. Trim stems. Tear into small pieces and set aside. In salad bowl, combine mustard, vinegar and salt and pepper. Blend with a wire whisk or fork. Add oil and continue beating until smooth. Add eggs, spinach and onion. Toss well.


Two bunches of watercress may be substituted for spinach. One-half dozen fresh mushrooms, thinly sliced, may be added before onion.

Salad bowl
6 servings

Excerpted from Spice and Spirit, The Complete Kosher Jewish Cookbook, published by Lubavitch Women's Cookbook Publications
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Denver Dave Denver, CO December 1, 2011

Not kosher Anonymous, uk has a good point, but didn't actually say the real concern. Those worms are not bad for you, but they are not kosher. So, watercress is kosher, but worms...not so much. Reply

Anonymous uk March 20, 2008

watercress According to the renowned authority on infestation Rabbi Eliyahu Falk of England it is strongly recommended not to use watercress as it is frequently infested with small colorless worms which are most difficult to detect. Reply

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