Russian dressing


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Russian dressing

n.
A mayonnaise-based salad dressing typically with chili sauce or ketchup, chopped pickles, and pimientos.

Russian dressing

n
(Cookery) mayonnaise or vinaigrette with chilli sauce, chopped gherkins, etc

Rus′sian dress′ing


n.
a mayonnaise dressing containing chili sauce, chopped pickles, pimientos, and other ingredients.
[1920–25]
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Noun1.Russian dressing - mayonnaise with horseradish grated onion and chili sauce or catsup; sometimes with caviar added
dressing, salad dressing - savory dressings for salads; basically of two kinds: either the thin French or vinaigrette type or the creamy mayonnaise type
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One being the club sandwich of sliced chicken or turkey and the Reuben of corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and Russian dressing served grilled on black bread.
a triple decker turkey sandwich with tongue, corned beef and served with the signature cole slaw and Russian dressing.
Its Reuben is made with a generous portion of home-cooked corned beef belly, emmental cheese, pickled slaw and honey mustard, while the Patty Crunch has an Angus beef patty, cheddar, crunchy onion strings and Russian dressing.
The classic Reuben Sandwich is composed of American corned beef, Swiss cheese, German sauerkraut, and Russian dressing, grilled between slices of rye bread.
Or just wolf them all down immediately, dipping judiciously into a lively Russian dressing.
beer and slathered with coleslaw and Russian dressing.
has been making "Obama Burger", which is made with a quarter-pound of Angus beef and topped with bacon, provolone cheese, caramelized onions, Russian dressing, lettuce and tomato, since the 2008 election.
Alternatively, you can use the lazy man's Louie sauce, which is bottled Russian dressing.
This grilled sandwich made with corned beef, Swiss cheese, sauerkraut and Russian dressing on rye bread has become a deli staple--although there's nothing kosher about the combination of cheese and meat and the sandwich's roots are anything but European.
Made-to-order small or large sandwiches include turkey with cranberry sauce, stuffing and mayo; hot pastrami, Swiss cheese, coleslaw and Russian dressing; roast beef with provolone cheese, Russian dressing and coleslaw; and a club with turkey and ham.
Selections include The Penn Station, corned beef and pastrami topped with Swiss, coleslaw and Russian dressing on rye; The Hudson, lean, shaved steak and melted American cheese with mushrooms and mayonnaise on a toasted sub roll; and The Hamptons, thinly sliced roast beef on multigrain toast with smoked applewood bacon, onions and sweet horseradish.
Sputnik burgers included Russian dressing and a satellite olive on a toothpick.

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