7 Aussie Potatoes
2 Hardboiled Eggs
3 slices Chicken Ham
3 Crabsticks ( shredded )
3 sprigs Spring Onions ( chopped )
¼ Onion ( chopped )
2 tbsp Corn Kernels
3 tbsp Heinz Salad Cream
4 tbsp Japanese Mayonnaise
5 Green Chillis
2 slices Red Capsicum ( diced ) * optional
2 Tomatoes ( just the skin to make the roses )
1 tsp Salt
Pinch of Grounded Black Pepper
( Tomato Flowers )
- Rinse tomatoes. Using a sharp knife, remove the skin gently without breaking them. Roll it till it forms a rose.
( Ham Flowers )
- Rinse green chillies and cut about ¼ from the bottom. Use a knife to make patterns to form the base of the flower.
- Cut ham into half. Roll it and insert it gently into the flower base and you will have a pretty flower.
- Remove carrot skin and rinse. Using a vegetable peeler, make 4 thin slices. Also cut out some carrot flowers for decoration.
- Wash and boil potatoes for about 20 minutes, or till you can insert a satay stick in. Transfer to cold water and gently remove the skin.
- Set aside 2 potatoes and cut into cubes. Mash the rest.
- Add salt and pepper and mix potato well.
- Dice the eggs and mix with salad cream.
- Mix egg and potato mixture together. Stir in onions, cut ham and corn kernels.
- Throw in shredded crabsticks and potato cubes and mix well.
- I had some leftover capsicum from making hearts for my egg muffins, so I decided to throw them in here to add more colours. Using your hands, try to mould the potato mixture into a square on a serving plate.
- Next, add chopped spring onions on the 4 sides of the potato cake.
- Place the 4 carrot slices on the cake; they act as the ribbons.
- Add the carrot flowers and tomato roses to beautify the salad cake and start impressing your guests!
Well, I hope you like the Halal Japanese Potato Salad as much as I did. Honestly, I am quite happy with the result. Like what you see? Subscribe to Luxury Haven by Email and you will never miss a post again!