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Estonian recipes: Herring in sour cream (video included)

Ingredients: 4 lightly salted herring fillets, 3 small onions, 1 1/2 cups of sour cream, 3 hard-boiled eggs, fresh dill.Preparation: Cut the fillets crosswise into 2 cm-wide pieces and lay them onto a small oblong-shaped platter. Slice the onions into thin rings and place them on top of the herring fillets. Season the sour cream slightly with salt and pour over the onions and herring fillets. Chop egg whites and yolks separately and sprinkle them on top of the dish. Garnish with chopped fresh dill. Serve with rye bread or boiled potatoes.

(Source: Jana Liptáková)

Ingredients: 4 lightly salted herring fillets, 3 small onions, 1 1/2 cups of sour cream, 3 hard-boiled eggs, fresh dill.
Preparation: Cut the fillets crosswise into 2 cm-wide pieces and lay them onto a small oblong-shaped platter. Slice the onions into thin rings and place them on top of the herring fillets. Season the sour cream slightly with salt and pour over the onions and herring fillets. Chop egg whites and yolks separately and sprinkle them on top of the dish. Garnish with chopped fresh dill. Serve with rye bread or boiled potatoes.

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