Definition of Russian mayonnaise

1. Noun. Mayonnaise with horseradish grated onion and chili sauce or catsup; sometimes with caviar added.

Exact synonyms: Russian Dressing
Generic synonyms: Dressing, Salad Dressing



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Literary usage of Russian mayonnaise

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1. Mrs. Norton's Cook-book: Selecting, Cooking, and Serving for the Home Table by Jeanette Young Norton (1917)
"russian mayonnaise Take one large cup of mayonnaise made with mustard and add to it enough tomato ketchup to color it a deep pink, a teaspoon each of ..."

2. American Indian Corn: (maize) a Cheap, Wholesome, and Nutritious Food : 150 by Charles J. Murphy, Jeannette Young Norton (1917)
"... of chopped celery, one finely chopped onion, and a green pepper, fold in russian mayonnaise and fill large tomatoes well hollowed out with the mixture. ..."

3. Three Hundred and Sixty-six Dinners by Mary E. Nicol (1892)
"Cream of carrot soup. Fried codfish, with water-cress. Brown ragout of chicken. Curried rice. russian mayonnaise. Cheese croquettes. Peach me-ringue. ..."

4. Mrs. Norton's Cook-book: Selecting, Cooking, and Serving for the Home Table by Jeanette Young Norton (1917)
"russian mayonnaise Take one large cup of mayonnaise made with mustard and add to it enough tomato ketchup to color it a deep pink, a teaspoon each of ..."

5. American Indian Corn: (maize) a Cheap, Wholesome, and Nutritious Food : 150 by Charles J. Murphy, Jeannette Young Norton (1917)
"... of chopped celery, one finely chopped onion, and a green pepper, fold in russian mayonnaise and fill large tomatoes well hollowed out with the mixture. ..."

6. Three Hundred and Sixty-six Dinners by Mary E. Nicol (1892)
"Cream of carrot soup. Fried codfish, with water-cress. Brown ragout of chicken. Curried rice. russian mayonnaise. Cheese croquettes. Peach me-ringue. ..."

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