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This salad was OK, but nothing great. The texture of the green beans was kind of off-putting with the mayonnaise dressing and there just wasn't enough to it. I kept wanting to dice some onions or chives into it but refrained as it would be going to far from the intent.

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evelyn/athens July 10, 2003

Many years ago, I went to a deli near Oakland, CA that sold Danish potato salad. It did not contain green beans, but it had chopped cucumbers and onion in it. With the sour cream dressing, it was delicious. I wonder if this would taste like I remember by subbing the cucumbers and onion for the green beans?

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G-maJones July 13, 2009

I made this yesterday for a side for dinner and tasted before serving. I loved it but the rest of the family didn't care for the green beans, personal taste. I also used new potatoes rather than medium sized potatoes which made it easier to prepare. All in all, a keeper but probably wouldn't have the green beans next time. Thank you PanNan for sharing!

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Diplo-mom June 03, 2008

this was a cool different salad used frozen green beans. and since i knew i was going to be making alot of potato dishes , i boiled up a batch at one time and have been fishing them out as needed.must let this set to get full flavor.zwt9

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Dienia B. August 04, 2013

We mixed the boiled potatoes with onions and mayonaise and celery salt. We kept it simple. It was even great on bread. Boiled potatoes with mayonaise and onions and celerysalt. Ambrosia.

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kimmy #2 December 03, 2005
Danish Potato Salad