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Alsatian Cervelas salad
Alsatian Cervelas salad
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This is different kind of salad from the region Alsace in France, made with Cervelas which is a kind of sausage, cheeses and tomatoes. Takes only a few minutes to prepare and can be served as a starter, light lunch together with a baguette, or as part of a cold buffet in a warm summer day.

Ingredient List for 4 servings:
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300 gr Cervelas sausage
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250 gr Emmental cheese
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200 gr Tomatoes
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3 teaspoons Olive oil
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3 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 the middle on the long side and place them on a plate with the flat side down.
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Cut small cuts over across the short side of the sausages.
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Cut the tomatoes in thin slices and place them on the same plate as the sausages.
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Grate the cheese and place in the middle of the sausages and tomatoes.
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Mix the oil, vinegar and salt and pepper in a small bowl and sprinkle over the cheese, tomatoes and the sausages.
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Serve cold as a starter or a light lunch.
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