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With warmer weather just around the corner, do you have any tips for picnic potato salads?
Nearly every family has a favorite potato salad, so why not make two versions? That way the group that fully expects to be served “Mom’s Potato Salad” can be satisfied and the group that would like to try something new will get to start a new tradition. In America, the tried and true potato salad usually contains mayonnaise, red or russet potatoes, perhaps some celery, sliced pickles or pickle relish, hard boiled eggs, and the ubiquitous parsley garnish.
We’ve got some recipe links below for some interesting variations on the typical family favorite that add a small twist or two. We also have some non mayo based potato salad recipes for dressings with vinegar that are terrific:
|IPC's Best Traditional Idaho® Potato Salad||Idaho® Potato and Edamame Salad|
|Loaded Baked Idaho® Potato Salad||Idaho® Potato, Cucumber and Dill Salad|
|Roasted Idaho® Potato Bacon Salad||Tuscan Idaho® Potato Salad|
|Mediterranean Idaho® Potato Salad||Ensalada Rusa (Spanish Style Idaho® Potato Salad)|
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