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For the best flavor, cover and chill the finished potato salad for several hours before serving.
This recipe for potato salad with peas, pickles, hard-boiled eggs and chicken is traditional in the St. Petersburg area of Russia.
For a variation on classic picnic potato salad, try this recipe featuring a mustard and apple cider vinegar dressing instead of the standard mayonnaise base.
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Creamy Yukon Gold potatoes provide a tender base in this light and tangy, European-style alternative to the traditional mayonnaise-based potato salad. Chives, parsley, tarragon and capers add depth of flavor, while olive oil and Dijon mustard pull it all together. A delicious, healthful addition to a summer picnic or barbecue. When selecting the potatoes, be sure to choose ones that are about the same size to ensure even cooking.
This sweet potato and tangy arugula salad just might become a new tradition for your holiday table.
Summer is a great time for serving this bright side dish. Green beans, tomatoes and basil are all at their most flavorful and the salad packs up well for a picnic, too.
The burst of flavors from fresh basil, red onion, olives and celery combine with tender potatoes in a delicate olive oil and lemon dressing for a savory salad perfect for everyone, including those on vinegar-free diets.
Different varieties of potato have textures best suited to different cooking methods. This recipe uses yukon gold potatoes, a common variety with a rich, creamy texture. Fold shredded chicken breast or thinly sliced ham into this potato salad, if you like.
Instead of cutting the potatoes into cubes, try using very small, whole new potatoes for a different look. Garnish this savory salad with chopped fresh dill, if desired.
Bratwurst can be made from chicken, pork, turkey, veal or even buffalo, but pork and veal are the traditional choice. Typically spiced with warm flavors such as nutmeg and ginger, this German sausage pairs well with classic German-style potato salad.
Pack this delicious alternative to mayonnaise-based potato salads with more veggies by doubling the amount of cabbage and carrots, if you like.
Sun-dried tomatoes come either oil-packed in jars or dry. Make sure to use dry ones, which are easily softened in hot water, for this recipe.
Potato salad is one of those dishes that can help limit the cost of a summer get-together. Learn to make this one, then try a few of your own special touches--maybe curry powder, chopped hard-cooked eggs, black olives or roasted red peppers? For a mayonnaise-free version, try our Dijon Vinaigrette Potato Salad recipe . For a mayo-and-mustard version, omit the lemon juice and add 2 tablespoons mustard and 1/3 cup chopped pickles.
Try this traditional Bavarian recipe for your Oktoberfest celebration with plenty of dark rye bread and your favorite German Beer!
This recipe combines two classic cold salad favorites: potato salad and egg salad. For a reduced fat version of this creamy side dish, simply use low fat mayonnaise.
This salad is just right for serving to a large group at an Easter gathering or spring picnic. To feed a smaller crowd, simply halve the recipe.
Juicy tomatoes, fresh corn cut off the cob and creamy red potatoes blend together with savory feta cheese in this updated potato salad served on crisp butter lettuce leaves. Lightly seasoned with fresh basil, olive oil and sherry vinegar, this salad is so simple to prepare and beautiful to serve.
Pair these rollups with potato salad or coleslaw and ice cold lemonade for a perfect outdoor lunch.