Friday, April 18, 2014

How To Prepare Potato Salad With Dill...


Yummy Potato salad, Living From Glory to Glory Blog


Potato Salad With Dill...

I have always enjoyed having a bowl of potato Salad made up
 For when we have our family get-together's
 And,of course, picnics and special celebrations.

I like to have a few things I can make the day before. To make the
Kitchen preparation a little easier.
Potato salad is one of those dishes that fit that requirement.
I even think it taste better after it has a chance to marry their flavors and to allow
 it to get very chilled and settled.

I have been told that my version is very yummy and unique.
I attribute it to the dill weed I put in mine.
You can use fresh or dried!

Firstly, start with boiling your potato's
Add hard boiling your eggs.



After they are cooled enough to handle you may start;

Peel most of the potato's, leave maybe one with the skin on,
As this makes it look very Home style looking.

Peel your eggs also;
Cube your potato's to a bite size portions;
Dice up your eggs
Wash and slice up three green scallions.


Now to make your mayonnaise based cream sauce
Recipe below




Firstly, shake a small amount of olive oil onto your diced potatoes.
Now add your diced eggs.
Add sliced scallions

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Sauce
In a small bowl, mix together these ingredients
1 cup mayonnaise
1/2 cup milk
2 tsp. Yellow mustard
Garlic salt to your preference of taste,
Salt and pepper
2 tsp of dill weed, fresh or dried!
Whisk together and then pour over your potatoes and eggs.
Lightly fold this into the potato and eggs to coat it!

Put it into a pretty glass bowl and sprinkle the top with dill weed
And of course a little paprika for  color.
Cover and refrigerate quickly.
Just before serving, you can slice a hard boiled egg thinly and lay across the top!

(Potato salad is only good for 3 days)


4 comments:

  1. That sounds absolutely delicious, Roxy. I am saving this recipe-it is quite different than the one I use. I will try it when the weather warms up here a bit! Thanks- xo Diana

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  2. That looks very nice but sadly we are going into winter and my husband has a thing about salad in winter - however this would be nice warmed with roast chicken.

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  3. Love the pictures Roxy! OK...this potato salad sounds fabulous....thank you love, for sharing with us! Cannot wait to try your version. I wish you and your lovely family a very happy and very blessed Easter day!

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  4. Oh Yum… It looks delicious. I will have to give this one a try. Always love what you put together.

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