Omi's German Bologna Salad


Omi's German Bologna Salad


Omis German Bologna Salad
Omis German Bologna Salad

This classic German recipe is an easy side dish to throw together, requires no cooking, and is bursting with flavor. Omi's German Bologna Salad combines ring bologna, red pepper, onion, tomato, and cheese in an oil and vinegar dressing. Even those who don't care for bologna have to give this simple side dish recipe a try - it's surprisingly delicious! When it comes to German recipes, Omi knows best, and this classic side dish is perfect for any occasion.

Preparation Time5 min

Cooking MethodNo Bake

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We are not mad about bologna so we used thinly sliced Spanish chorizo sausage and then added from fresh shredded rocket (arugula) leaves and a little crushed fresh garlic for flavor. As a side dish and with some crusty, fresh Italian bread from our local baker it was absolutely delicious.

This looks really tasty. My wife loves bologna, though my preference is for lebanon bologna, which is not easy to find locally, though there are some Amish stores that carry it that are a couple of hours away. I always stock up on some when we're near one of them. This would be great with the lebanon bologna.

I will have to try this recipe. My family does not often eat bologna. However, during the summer months we eat salad two to three times a week. This will be a welcome change. Thanks for sharing this recipe.

How much do I love Bologna. Of course I'm talking about the Bologna sandwiches I loved as a child. This recipe has definitely elevated my appreciation of Bologna with the introduction of Ring Bologna, which I was able to find in my local Walmart. This salad is refreshing and delicious, perfect for the oncoming summer season.

Calling a Bologna Salad German is interesting! However, since the German meat that's normally used for this is not available where I live, I need to use bologna for mine as well. However, a cooked salami works as well in case you're really not a bologna fan. In German, this is called Wurstsalat and it's a real traditional dish that perhaps sounds a bit strange, but is so delicious. If you're used to ones with mayo, that's actually Fleischsalat (meat salad) ... yummy as well. I've not added tomatoes is mine, but I think next time, it'll be a great addition. Thanks for this recipe!


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