Sharon’s Potato Salad.
I’m also on instagram as cooking_with_Sharon. You can use any kind of potato, but red potatoes are traditional since they hold together well and look nice. Potato salad is a dish made from boiled potatoes and a variety of other ingredients.
Japanese Potato Salad (ポテトサラダ) is a little different from typical versions of American potato.
Want to make potato salad just like your mom used to?
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You can have Sharon’s Potato Salad using 7 ingredients and 9 steps. Here is how you cook it.
Ingredients of Sharon’s Potato Salad
- You need 3 lb of bag of small red potatoes.
- You need 7 of eggs.
- You need of Sweet relish.
- Prepare of Miracle whip.
- You need of Sandwich spread.
- You need of Mustard.
- You need of Paprika (optional).
Potato Salad is a snack from HarvestCraft.
Potato Salad can be combined with other ingredients to create: Weekend Picnic.
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It’s perfect for potlucks and your summer BBQ!
instructions Sharon’s Potato Salad
- Peel the potatoes and cut into 4 sections. Rinse potatoes and put in a pot of water; boil until tender.
- Boil eggs to your liking (mine were hard boiled) place eggs in cold water and set aside.
- When potatoes are tender drain and place in bowl; set aside.
- Peel eggs. Dice 5 eggs and add them to the potatoes; set the other 2 to the side.
- Add a cup of relish, cup of miracle whip, cup of sandwich spread, and 2 tbsp of mustard.
- Continue adding above ingredients WHILE TASTING until you get to your desired flavor and consistency.
- Once it is perfect to you slice the remaining 2 eggs and place them on top of the potato salad. Sprinkle paprika on top.
- Place a lid over it and put in the refrigerator until ready to serve.
A basic and traditional southern potato salad – simply potatoes, onion, celery, eggs, just a bit Potato salad reminds me so much of my Mama.
This recipe is basically the same as hers – simple, basic.
This potato salad recipe was the closest I could get to Mrs.
Ingrid’s secret recipe although I still feel a hint of something is missing.
Maybe a bit of clove from the sweet relish or a tad of sugar?
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