Combine everything but the potatoes in a saucepan. Mix and heat it to boiling, and turn heat off. When the potatoes are done, drain, but don't rinse. Pour the hot dressing over immediately and mix gently but thoroughly. Serve hot.
By Free2B from North Royalton, OH
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I met my future mother-in-law in 1956. She made a hot potato salad that was delicious and kept really well. I have tweaked it to fit my taste.
Boil the potatoes until they are just tender and drain. Cook the bacon and drain; reserve the drippings. Add the onions to the bacon drippings and cook until tender.
Love the bacon in this recipe!
Mix all ingredients together.
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My mother made a hot or cold potato salad and I've lost the recipe for the dressing. You diced your potatoes and cooked until tender, drained and while still hot poured a dressing of crushed red pepper, parsley, red wine, oil and (?) over your potatoes. You could eat it warm or refrigerate and have cold at a picnic.
By Martha-Jane from Northfield, VT
The missing ingredient might be dill. And possibly some dijon mustard.
My mother and grandmother made a German potato salad ( my step-grandfather was
German). It had oil, vinegar, and other things, but there was no recipe. Just handed down. You may look up German potato salad on the interent to see if you can find one like your.
Use your fireplace to keep warm and cook the ingredients for this yummy potato salad. This is a page about fireplace potato salad.
There are many variations for making this popular version of potato salad. This page contains German potato salad recipes.