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Deli Potato Salad Recipe?

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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Thank you,
Laurie

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Anonymous
September 1, 20060 found this helpful

This sounds very much like a VEGETARIAN potato salad...you might want to look online for a recipe or check out some vegetarian cookbooks.
Wish I could be more help. Good luck.

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September 5, 20060 found this helpful

Sounds like you're describing German Potato Salad. It can be served hot or cold. Look for recipes on Thrifty Tips!!

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September 5, 20060 found this helpful

Sounds like something I am addicted to at the deli at a local store. They call it baked potatoe salad. If I were going to duplicate it I would bake potatoes in the microwave, dice and add sour cream, cheddar cheese.

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crumbled cooked bacon, and cooked onions.

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