Ready in 45 minutes
This simple potato salad is very good with summer barbecues. It is also delicious tossed with a mustard vinaigrette instead of the mayonnaise dressing.
"I couldn't believe it when my husband said he liked it. I like sauces and dips with everything and he is a clear-cut steak and potatoes kind of guy and he loved this recipe. It is certainly on future menus."- cleverkt
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Wash the potatoes under running cold water, scrubbing well enough to remove all traces of soil.
Cook (place in boiling water and boil until fork-tender), cool and dry the potatoes. Transfer the potatoes to a bowl and cut into halves, quarters, or slices if desired. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Cool slightly before dressing.
In a bowl, combine the mayonnaise, sour cream or yogurt, onion and dill and blend well. Pour over the warm potatoes and toss gently to mix thoroughly. Garnish with herb springs and serve at room temperature or slightly chilled.
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KendraCooks 5 months agoYummo! This was delish and easy breezy to make, love it love it!
fieldhockeyqueen28 3 years agogood job
qwertz 5 years agoNice mix with the mayonnaise and sour cream.
evettecandoit 6 years agoVery smooth flavor. An excellent summer side dish!
bakinghomesteader 7 years agoAll I have to say is after we had this with supper, my husband loved it so much he dragged me off to the bedroom!
cleverkt 8 years agoI couldn't believe it when my husband said he liked it. I like sauces and dips with everything and he is a clear-cut steak and potatoes kind of guy and he loved this recipe. It is certainly on future menus.
stevemur 8 years agoServed this with the first grilled chicken of the springtime. Wonderful.
stevemur 9 years agoMy next door neighbor makes this at every springtime and summer brunch, with poached salmon. I always go for seconds.
stevemur 9 years ago