6 Reviews

this is a nice light side dish to the bbq'd chicken i served it with, and because there is no mayo i think it would be great for any outdoor party. i omitted the eggs and carrots and added a chopped vidalia onion. also added chopped tarragon to the dressing. good summer recipe mirj

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chia June 21, 2003

I just realized now that I forgot the cayenne in this recipe! It was really good without it, though. I used a white onion instead of a green one, added all the optionals but the egg (and cayenne). The next time I make it, I am going to add more lemon and garlic. Mmm!

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bmnchef April 14, 2009

Yum! I'm glad we made a double recipe of this. We included the optional carrot, hard-boiled egg, and parsley, and replaced the optional mint with fresh dill. The leftovers have been really good, too. Thanks for posting!

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Aunt Cookie March 21, 2009

Great potato dish and a winner everytime I serve it.

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jackandfiona December 08, 2006

I made this recipe with all of the optional ingredients,using 1/4 tsp cayenne. The only change i made was to ditch the egg yolks and decrease the amount of oil. Served with grilled chicken, although this would be a great side to anything grilled. Thank you Mirj for sharing the recipe.

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BonnieZ April 20, 2006

Delicious! I've made this salad three times sice printing it out a couple of months age. Thanks for a really good recipe.

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lynnski / LA September 04, 2004
Potato and Green Bean Salad, Egyptian Style