Thursday, October 25, 2007

German Potato Salad

Traditional potato salads usually make their appearance at summertime picnics and BBQs, but when the air is chilly and temperatures drop, I’m not in the mood for a cold, mayonnaise-based salad. Fall weather calls for a hearty and warm potato salad with a slightly sweet, slightly tangy dressing and plenty of crisp bacon. This is a great side dish to serve with Oven-Grilled Turkey Reuben Sandwiches.

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German Potato Salad

4 comments:

Diana Kowalsky said...

Of course - bacon! I'm going to try this; we're supposed to get some potatoes in our own box next week.

Emily said...

This looks fabulous! I'm going to try it tonight! Thank you for sharing!

Biscuitcleaver said...

This is a great salad to eat with a nice hearty beer. The flavors work very well together.

Ted Smitts said...

I made this tonight to go with some hamburgers for the first BBQ of spring! I was thinking german potato salad, saw this recipe on tastespotting and it looked just the ticket.

I did change some things, I added some (1/2 Tbsp) capers to the simmering dressing, and used chives (and some fresh dill I had lying around) because I lacked parsley. It came out wonderfully!