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    Country style Homemade Potato Salad



    Serves: 8 to 10
    Prep Time: 10 Min
    Cook Time: 10 Min
    Cooking Method: Stove Top


    5 lb Idaho potatoes, peel and cubed
    1/2 c Sweet relish
    1 1/4 to 2 c Mayonnaise
    1/2 Tbsp of Mustard

    Peel potatoes and cut into 1 inch cubes and rinse them.
    Place in a 5 quart pot, add water and cover (I add some salt to water).
    Boil for approximately 7 to 8 minutes
    (Time may vary so check for firmness around 5 to 6 minutes, don’t over cook and don’t under cook, you don’t want mashed potato salad and you don’t want under cooked potatoes.)
    Drain and rinse in cold water.
    In a separate bowl, combine relish, mustard and mayonnaise. Stir briskly.
    Once potatoes are cooled, add mayonnaise mixture


    Other optional ingredients;
    Sweet pickles, dill pickles, onions, hard boiled eggs, paprika, celery.


    If adding sweet pickles;
    1/4 c sweet pickles.

    If adding dill pickles;
    1/2 c dill pickles.

    If adding boiled eggs;
    5 hard boiled eggs sliced 3-4 times long ways and mix into the potato salad. Another option you have is to place the sliced hard boiled eggs strategically atop the potato salad.

    If adding onions;
    Sweet onions are your best options if you decide to add onion. I never add this ingredient to my potato salad. But you should only use 1/2 medium sized onion and dice it in as thin as dices as possible.

    If adding celery;
    1 stalk of celery is all you need. Dice in as thin as dices are possible. (Another ingredient I never add to my potato salad.)

    If adding paprika;
    Paprika is to be sprinkled on top of the potato salad. Don't use much. You don't want to overpower it.


    A really nice side dish to go with BBQ! Not bad with fried chicken or for the holiday meals either.

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    This looks wonderful! This is in my list to cook..... Eventually....
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