Enchanting Salad

Enchanting Salad

Ingredients:

10 – 11 eggs;
25 cm diameter mold;
1.4 l of yogurt;
6 bags of gelatin;
200 g of ham (or a smoking ham);
300 g cooked carrots;
400 ml of mayonnaise;
6 – 7 cucumbers.

Preparation:

For starters … we clean the carrots and chop it into dice. Let’s put it to be cooked. It is not necessary to cook too much, not too little, but enough.
More precisely, it does not fall apart … some 20 – such a minute will be enough. We collect eggs … but not as much as I did – almost half an hour (they were beside it for painting) … about 10 minutes will be enough. Chop the ham, and the cucumbers.
Prepare the gelatin according to the instructions … Add 4 cold water tins to the bag of gelatin (if it says you do it differently). It would have some 24 teaspoons of water on 6 packs of gelatin. Let him swell for ten minutes.
Put the yogurt to a little warm up on the lukewarm. During this time, the steam melts the gelatin and slowly pour it into yogurt and mix it.
After that add all the ingredients, except the eggs (and molds).
Pour half the mixture into the mold, put in the fridge for some half an hour to get a little tight. During this time, leave the rest of the refrigerator (maybe it’s logical for someone, but I had a sign that I wonder how wonderful it will be with the rest …).
When it gets tight, let the eggs in the circle and pour them in the rest of the mass. Put it back in the fridge to cool down (a couple of hours).
Eh … the mold … and how to get out of the mold? This is Ok … but I think I screwed up because I crawled into the circle. I think that it would be enough to separate only the upper part of the mass from the mold, rip it on the plate and carefully separate the edges of the upper part of the mold.
But, anyway. I chopped it, split the edge, removed it, detached the upper part, and that’s a beautiful wedding dress in colorful colors.