Try this German Potato Salad #4 recipe, or contribute your own.
submitted by: email@example.com (Lil, Omaha, Nebraska (GO HUSKERS!)) My dear grandmother gave me this recipe, and we would always find it on her table for most Sunday suppers. In a saucepan, cook potatoes until just tender; drain. Peel and slice into large bowl; set aside. In a skillet, cook bacon until crisp. Remove bacon to paper towels; discard all but 1/3 cup drippings. Saute onion in drippings until tender. Stir in the next six ingredients. Gradually stir in water and vinegar; bring to a boil, stirring constantly. Cook and stir 2 minutes more. Pour over potatoes. Crumble bacon and gently stir into potatoes. Sprinkle with parsley. YIELD: 12-14 one-half cup servings. DAVE
Rwbara 10m agoQuestion.. is this good cold or does it need to be served hot and fresh? My son wants to make this for a july 4th gathering, but not sure if it will stay hot.
kikizion 2y ago
Jenstarling 2y agoNice to find a potato salad recipe that doesn't have you drown it in mayo!
AhwatukeeAmy 5y agoJust like grandma used to make!
dlassiter69 5y agoIt was easy and everyone enjoyed it
Valmarie 5y agoI halve the recipe for my family. My grandma added only a very small amount of sugar (1-2 tsp or so) and I cut the sugar out completely. It is more savoury but still great.
jimshim 9y agoThere were a lot of German Potato Salad choices. I chose this one because of the story. My wife has german heritage and grew up eating German Potato salad. She was the taste tester on this one. Salad is yellow because I used Yukon Gold potatoes.