Red Potato Salad
Red-skin potato salad is a colorful side dish. These easy recipes offer variations, such as dill and sour cream, that make red-skin potato salad extra tangy.
Pile a serving of this Classic Potato Salad on a plate next to a juicy burger and big slice of watermelon for a meal that's summer picnic perfection.
The dressing for this warm potato salad takes an Asian twist with sesame oil and ginger.
At your next cookout, surround basic potato salad with bowls of flavorful stir-ins like bacon, peppers, and garden-fresh vegetables.
This robust salad recipe includes bacon, which is an instant hit, and the dressing is enhanced with peanut butter.
Remember this low-calorie salad when fresh green beans are at their peak. The reduced-calorie ranch salad dressing makes this a good choice for anyone watching their weight. Ideal for diabetics too.
A savory blend of roasted new potatoes, red onion, sweet pepper, rosemary, and balsamic vinegar, topped with toasted pine nuts revives basic potato salad. Serve it warm or chilled.
Summer gatherings wouldn't be the same without a bowl of potato salad gracing the picnic table. For a change of pace, try this version, flavored with tender sweet corn, tangy fat-free yogurt, and fresh dill.
A remoulade is a French sauce made with mayonnaise and Dijon mustard. This recipe uses it as a dressing for potato salad. Hot pepper sauce gives the salad a little kick.
Bite-size red potatoes give this traditional potluck favorite recipe a new spin.
Lighten up bacony potato salad by using low-fat dressing, sour cream and milk in the dressing.
This hearty warm turkey sausage salad can be made with pork kielbasa, too.
Though it may seem like a contemporary dish, people have been perfecting the art of how to make potato salad for literally hundreds of years--early recipes date back to at least the 16th century. European settlers introduced potato salad to America, and different recipes reflect how the dish evolved and varied to reflect regional cuisines and preferences. For instance, German potato salad is served warm and includes bits of bacon, whereas cold potato salad--the more popular variety in the United States--follows English and French traditions.
While people have different preferences when it comes to which cut of steak is best and why, rib-eyes are a favorite because their marbled texture helps keep them juicy and tender. There are a number of options for how to cook a rib-eye steak, but you can't go wrong with this pan-seared version with a red wine sauce. Shallots and fresh thyme enhance the flavors and aroma of these savory thick and juicy steaks.