Total Time
30mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 15 mins

This is a very different Tapa - it is almost like a potato salad - You'll like the flavor and it is great to serve along with other tapas. Serve 1/2 cup in small individual bowls . It is fun to have a tapa night when you are entertaining.There are lots of Tapas recipes here on Recipezaar. This recipe originated in Kraft's What's Cooking magazine

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix mustard, Miricle Whip, garlic& pepper in a bowl.
  2. Stir in the potatoes and onions Refrigerate for at least 1 hour.
Most Helpful

I pulled out my kitchen scale and measured out 3 lbs of potatoes and chopped and boiled them. When they were cool I added the dressing (which was lovely on its own) but felt that it was way too dry for us so I made another 1/2 of the dressing and added it and let it sit in the fridge to meld. Unfortunately we found that it still had way too little dressing for our taste. It was a little dry, but mostly it had almost no taste. I am going to make another full amount of dressing and add it to allow the level of dressing we like. This was a great one to try. I love the idea of the garlic and the dressing itself was lovely. We just need more sauce. I also think that I would halve it next time if I was simply making it for my family. 3 lbs of potatoes made enough for 12-14 servings for us. Thanks for a great one to try, Bergy.

ladypit June 18, 2007

I made this to go with our Memorial Day barbecue rib dinner. I added salt, and took Carla's suggestion and added some fresh dill. It was very good - everyone liked it. The dijon added a nice "bite" to the flavor. The only change I'll make in the future is to cut the potato pieces a little smaller than 1 inch in order to coat more potato surface with the dressing, and get more flavor with each potato bite.

PanNan May 31, 2005

Delicious recipe! I made this for my birthday party this past weekend and it was a hit! This recipe was so easy for me, as our supermarkets package precooked potato rounds - I just needed to finish them off a few minutes. I made the recipe as directed and added a bit of fresh dill to the mix. Delicious recipe - so much easier to make for a party instead of the typical potato salad. Nice recipe, great photo!

- Carla - May 15, 2005