Total Time
Prep 20 mins
Cook 15 mins

This is truly my own creation. I despised traditional potato salads lacking in color and flavor. My aunt inspired me with hers and then I took it to another level! If you love plenty of vegetables, dijon mustard, bacon and hard-boiled eggs then please give this one a try!

Ingredients Nutrition


  1. Chunk the potatoes, leaving the skins on.
  2. Boil in salted water until fork-tender about 15 minutes.
  3. Drain well.
  4. In a large bowl combine the potatoes with the rest of the ingredients, more or less to your liking.
  5. There are no strict rules here.
  6. Just really good potato salad.
  7. Oh, and BTW, this stuff tastes even better the next day!
  8. I wonder why--.


Most Helpful

Great recipe--a bit complex (anything that gets 3 pots/pans dirty is complex to me)--but the results are well worth it! I made this for a holiday barbecue, and everyone loved it, myself included. I subbed turkey bacon and left out the radishes, but there's still plenty of interest and it's fairly bursting with flavor. I'll make this one again!

shields.a August 05, 2010

Her Highness has a winner here! This is your basic homestyle potato salad kicked up a notch with the tasty and crunchy additions of carrots and radishes. I sliced my carrots paper thin and they helped to add just the right crunch and color. I used 4 slices of bacon because I live with a bacon hound who always demands "More Bacon!" lol. Love it, Princess! I know the leftovers will be even tastier with tomorrow night's supper!

Bev May 11, 2004

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