|Place of origin||United States|
|Region or state||New Hampshire|
|Created by||James E. Colburn|
|Main ingredients||Mayonnaise, ketchup, horseradish, pimentos, chives, spices|
|Variations||Thousand Island dressing|
|Cookbook: Russian dressing Media: Russian dressing|
Russian dressing is a salad dressing invented in Nashua, New Hampshire, by James E. Colburn, likely in the 1910s. Typically piquant, it is today characteristically made of a blend of mayonnaise and ketchup complemented with such additional ingredients as horseradish, pimentos, chives and spices. It is unknown in authentic Russian cuisine, though it exists in modern Russian cuisine as ketchunez (rus. кетчунез, ketchu- part for ketchup (rus. кетчуп) and -nez part for mayonnaise (rus. майонез)).
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- Welzel, Karin. "Catalina dressing substitutes for Russian in recipe". Pittsburgh Tribune-Review. Retrieved 21 November 2016.
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