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The ingredients vary from region to region when making potato salad, offering many unique flavor options. This is a page about Danish potato salad recipe.
There are many variations on the preparation of potato salad. Some have egg or mustard while others do not. This page contains classic potato salad recipes.
This sweet and savory salad with cucumbers and carrots is a delicious variation on the more traditional potato salad you are used to. This page contains a Japanese potato salad recipe.
Potato salad is a classic picnic and party dish. Learn how to make a good ol' Old Fashioned Potato Salad in this page.
The texture of this salad may not be to everyone's liking, but it is a delicious alternative to the traditional chunky potato salad. This is a page about mashed potato salad.
Firm textured red potatoes are a good choice for making your next bowl of potato salad. This page contains red potato salad recipes.
Although potato salad is often made with mayonnaise you can substitute other ingredients. This is a page about making potato salad without mayo.
This is a page about Ruby Tuesday's potato salad recipe (copycat). Trying to replicate a favorite restaurant food can be hit and miss.
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When I was young my daddy always made the potato salad and, at least for me, no other potato salad on earth has ever even come close to being just as good as his. Maybe that's simply because I loved him so much. ;-)
Comfort food and carrots added for more color, and kids don't notice the extra veggies.
Mix all ingredients in a LARGE bowl. Refrigerate one (1) hour before serving. Refrigerating overnight will be even better.
This is a simple and delicious creamy-style potato salad.
Potato salad is always a favorite for a picnic.
This is a wonderfully light potato salad with ham and dill pickles. It's also great because when there's left over "ham" as there usually is after a holiday, this is just another yummy way to use up your extra ham.
Great, tangy salad dressing!
I love this one because it's so easy and it has the Ranch dressing in it.
This recipe was passed down to us from our grandmother. Somebody in the family usually makes it for every family gathering in the summer.
Recipes for Dilled Potato Salad
Wash potatoes and cut in cubes. In covered saucepan, cook potatoes in boiling water to cover, 20-25 minutes. Drain well.
Scrub potatoes under running water. Cook unpeeled potatoes, covered, in boiling water (lightly salted), 20 minutes or until just tender. Drain and cool. Cut in halves or quarters.
Add fresh vegetables and herbs to give a tasty flavor to this potato salad.
Low-fat cottage cheese is the secret to the dressing in this delicious low fat and saturated fat, low cholesterol, low sodium mixture of vegetables and herbs.
Traditional potato salad tastes great but it's loaded down with calories. In this recipe, the fat has been pared down and the flavour is pumped so it is picnic perfect.
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When my mother made potato salad, she boiled the potatoes whole and then peeled them. Her potato salad was so good.
For a really creamy potato or macaroni salad, add a tablespoon or two of sour cream.
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Does anyone have a recipe for baked potato salad? I would really love to have the one from "Mary of Puddin Hill" just at the edge of Greenville, Texas.
I am looking for a recipe for potato salad and egg salad.
Does anyone have this recipe, I can only describe it, but maybe someone will recognize. Its a deli (cold) potato salad, there is a bacon flavor, no eggs, creamy texture but not mayo. It also had finely chopped softened (cooked?) onions. I asked, of course, they were not telling! Does anyone know how I can replicate this?
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Cut potatoes into cubes; combine in bowl with onion. Sprinkle with salt and pepper and mix with Italian dressing. cover; refrigerate at least 2 hours.
Add potatoes and salt to 1 qt. boiling water; return to boil. Cover; cook 2 minutes or until tender. Drain thoroughly. Combine remaining ingredients; mix well.
Mix all ingredients together and keep refrigerated.
Mix the mayonnaise, mustard, sugar and vinegar together. Add the potatoes, eggs and onion. Add salt and pepper. Top with paprika, if desired.