Food A Creamy, No-Mayo Potato Salad With a Surprise Ingredient

20:56  12 july  2018
20:56  12 july  2018 Source:   food52.com

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If making Creamy Potato Salad , stir in with the mayonnaise in Step 2. You’ll find mayo -free potato salad , vinegar-based potato salad , German potato salad – including one made in the slow cooker – and even roasted potato salad recipes, which prove there’s no vegetable more versatile than a potato !

Classic potato salad with boiled potatoes , sour cream , mayo , green onions, celery, parsley, pickles and bacon. My dad likes using russets in his potato salad . This recipe is for potato salad with sour cream – using it as a binder makes it extra creamy .

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A picnic without potato salad is like Thanksgiving without stuffing. It’s quintessential summertime grub. It’s hard to imagine a red-checkered tablecloth draped over a picnic table without a giant bowl of potato salad weighing it down.

The only problem with classic creamy potato salad is that it always includes mayo, sour cream, or some kind of dairy which isn’t something everyone at the picnic table can partake in. Surely you could forgo the creamy potato salad for a vinegar-based one that everyone can eat, but why compromise when you don’t have to? This potato salad checks both boxes in one creamy, dreamy dish.

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Best potatoe salad ever!! Used red potatoes and left some of the skins on. Used equal parts mayo to sour cream and added Accent salt plus regular salt. No dill. It was delicious!!!

I replaced mayo with two creamy ingredients to keep it egg-less yet as creamy as a potato salad with mayo . I felt there is no better way to start the week but with a homemade creamy potato salad .

To make this dairy-free but super-creamy potato salad, you won’t need any special equipment or labor in the kitchen for hours. You’ll just need one magic ingredient you’ve likely seen popping up a lot lately: tahini.

The velvety, sesame-based spread is having a moment and I am here for it! What I once viewed as an ingredient specifically used for hummus, I now see as an endlessly versatile ingredient that lends a rich smoothness to just about anything. It’s a go-to for making creamy salad dressing. It’s the smooth operator behind this super creamy pasta. And it’s the icing on the cake (literally) in this tahini buttercream–frosted chocolate cake. In this case, it’s the superhero ingredient behind this surprisingly vegan, dairy-free potato salad. (Not all heroes wear capes.)

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Old-Fashioned Potato Salad ( No Mayonnaise ). Share. Pin. Pour the dressing mixture over the potatoes and onions then toss gently to combine the ingredients . Creamy Potato and Egg Salad with a Tangy Sour Cream Dressing. 35 mins. Ratings.

No matter the reasoning, it’s time to rekindle our love for potatoes —and yes, even mayo . These 11 potato salad recipes are not only healthy, but they’re also crazy diverse in flavor—from classic and creamy to herby and light to spicy and funky.

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The dressing is a cinch to make. I add a little warm tap water to the tahini to loosen it up a bit. (It has a tendency to firm up in the jar, especially if you’re using a previously opened tahini from the fridge.) Then, just whisk in some oil, lemon juice, lemon zest and season it up. Another tip is to dress the potatoes while they’re still hot to give them a chance to soak up all that tangy dressing as the salad cools. I add celery, a little onion, and baby arugula to my potato salad, but you can add whatever you’d like—or, because the dressing is so luscious, add nothing at all!

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It’s a pretty simple dish to make, but you want to make sure you get the potatoes right, so they end up soft and creamy . There are actually two kinds of Korean potato salad Enjoy the recipe! Ingredients (Makes about 2 pounds’ worth). 1 pound peeled russet potatoes , cut into ½ inch thick pieces.

No one else is allowed to and I am never given a choice. Thank you everyone who ever tried this potato salad and for leaving such glowing add photo. Creamy Potato Salad . 20 recipe photos. Add mayo mixture to potatoes . Toss lightly to coat potato mixture. Carefully fold in the chopped eggs.

The best part about this potato salad isn’t just that it’s a great make-ahead dish (and you can make it waaay ahead) or that it’s perfect for packing to go. It’s also that this particular potato salad is just as creamy, just as delicious, and just as quintessential as the classic version.

The Food52 staff can confirm: We couldn’t stop eating Grant’s perfect potato salad.

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Creamy Tahini Potato Salad

By Grant Melton

  • 3 pounds red potatoes
  • Salt
  • 1/4 cup tahini
  • 2 tablespoons grapeseed oil
  • 2 tablespoons warm water
  • Juice and zest of 1 lemon
  • Pepper
  • 1/2 cup celery, finely chopped
  • 1/2 cup red onion, finely chopped
  • A handful of celery leaves, roughly chopped
  • A handful of parsley, roughly chopped
  • 2-3 cups baby arugula

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