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Waldorf salad, the classic winter and Christmas salad, goes well with turkey and duck.
Waldorf salad is typical for Denmark in the cooler season. It supplies the body with important nutrients such as vitamins in a delicious way.
With this recipe you can easily make Waldorf salad yourself
Cut the celery leaf into thin slices. Peel off if necessary. Cut the apples into small pieces. Cut the grapes in half and remove the seeds.
Now the cream needs to be whipped until stiff and mixed with mayonnaise. Add celery, apples, grapes and walnuts to the mayonnaise / cream mix. Season the salad with a little lemon juice, salt and pepper. Place in a bowl and decorate with a small slice of celery and half walnuts.
Here we have the recipe for our light Waldorf salad.
Ingredients for the Walddorf salad
- 4 celery stalks
- 2-3 aromatic apples
- 100 g of grapes
- 25g chopped valnøddekærner
- 2 ml of cream
- 100 g mayonnaise lemon juice
- salt and pepper
Recipe with video for Waldorf salad
What does Waldorf salad go with?
Waldorf salad goes well with many other dishes. We recommend game or poultry, of course. If you want to eat vegan, you can also eat fried vegetables or grilled corn.
If you do not have the time or the inclination to prepare it yourself, you can of course also buy your Waldorf salad from Edeka. You can find other Waldorf salad variations on Chefkoch.de, for example
History of the Waldorf salad
The name comes from the fact that the Waldorf salad was first created for a charity ball given in honor of the Marian Hospital for Children on March 14, 1896 at the Waldorf-Astoria Hotel in New York City.  Oscar Tschirky, the Waldorf’s head waiter who developed or inspired many of its specialties, is widely recognized in creating the recipe. In 1896 the salad appeared in The Cook Book of “Oscar of the Waldorf”.