Everyone has a recipe for potato salad, the quintessential picnic side dish. From German potato salad to renditions using red or sweet potatoes, these easy recipes are the best on the planet.See Popular Potato Salad Recipes
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A terrific salsa verde makes this velvety potato salad extraordinary. Here the salsa is made with parsley and chives; try making it with other summer herbs, like tarragon or basil, as well.
With two types of potatoes, this side salad packs a Southwestern punch thanks to chipotle chilies .
Use these crisp potatoes in Roasted Potato Salad with Bell Peppers, Corn & Tomatoes, Roasted Potato Salad with Fennel & Salsa Verde, Roasted Potato Salad with Crispy Prosciutto, and Roasted Potato Salad with Green Beans, Feta & Mint.
This all-American picnic favorite is made perfect with tender potatoes, green pepper, onion and hard cooked eggs in a creamy celery, vinegar and mayonnaise dressing.
Kalamata olives, anchovies, and capers make these creamy potatoes truly distinctive.
Need a new potato salad recipe? Try this easy one, which uses fingerling potatoes and fresh green beans.
Turn potato salad into a potluck appetizer by serving it in small red potato shells.
Grilled potatoes would also taste phenomenal in this modern take on potato salad.
Marinated artichokes give a California spin to this all-American potluck favorite.
The vegetables in this salad are first browned to perfection in the oven. The fresh avocado that's added just before serving, provides a buttery flavor.
Kielbasa, another name for Polish sausage, makes this German-style potato salad hearty enough to be a main dish.
Count on lower calories in this potato salad; it has a vinaigrette-based dressing.
With new potatoes, purple potatoes and green beans, this salad makes a colorful sensation at cookouts and potlucks.
You can call this recipe "speed scratch" or "almost homemade," but you're sure to call it EASY...and blissfully delicious.
From Betty's Soul Food Collection... What's the skinny on reduced-fat potato salad? Begin with reduced-fat mayo, then jack up the flavor with yellow mustard, sweet pickle relish and a dash of hot sauce for zip.