10 Reviews

This serves as a great base recipe for "unpotato" salad. I tend to like it better than actual potato salad, frankly. For myself, I made some modifications for my preferences. I like my vegetables finely chopped in potato salad, so I used 1-1/2 cups chopped celery, and just under one cup of chopped white onion. I was short on mayonnaise, using 1-1/2 cups mayonnaise, 1/2 cup sour cream instead. That worked out very well. I don't like Splenda, so I used a pinch of granulated sugar. Lastly, I added fresh parsley and dill to my taste - that took it to the next level for me. The fresh herbs really wake up all the flavors in this potato salad, and make all the difference. Overall, a great recipe! There is lots of opportunity for creativity, and I look forward to experimenting with the recipe again and again.

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greenalgee July 06, 2016

I really enjoyed this recipe, I have to admit however; I modified it quite a bit due to our personal preferences. Instead of adding splenda and vinegar, I added 1 1/2 Tbsp of mustard and about 1/8th of a cup to 1/4 cup of pickle juice to the mayonaise mixture. I also added pickles to the salad as well. I found that 8 minutes steamed the cauliflower just right, not mushy, still slightly crunchy. I will definately be making this dish again. I've missed potato salad, glad to finally find a recipe that is comparable. thanks for sharing!

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Johnsdeere April 12, 2011

I halved this recipe, and really enjoyed this. I didn't cook the cauliflower, because I like mine crisp. This is the second version of cauliflower "potato" salad I've made! I really enjoy it. I might reduce the vinegar a bit, because my sauce turned out a little runny. I also added some bacon pieces to it....made it extra delicious! Thanks for sharing!

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breezermom April 07, 2011

I reduced this to 3 servings, followed all directions, adding 1/4 c of diced green pepper. This was a great treat and I didn't even miss the potatoes! I will be making this a lot now that the weather is getting warmer. Thanks for sharing DancingCook. Made for Healthy Choices Tag Game.

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ElaineAnn May 08, 2010

This is a beautiful thing, i wish i could kiss the person that came up with this... This is so tasty and i can finally not feel left out at a bbq!!

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MyMagicMoo September 06, 2009

I followed the directions, except I used no sugar (or substitute). This salad was great! Thank you. :) Reviewed for Healthy Choices ABC tag.

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mliss29 June 22, 2009

I've never actually liked potato salad, so when we had to start doing low-carb for mom I jumped at this. Perfect! I added some radish because I had some I needed to use, left out the Splenda entirely and used twice as much pepper, and it was exactly to our taste.

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Felix4067 July 09, 2008

Yummmmmeeeee - This was delish - I added Radish for that extra crunch... Very tasty and nice to present. - THanks for sharing this one.

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SEvans November 19, 2007

Very good. A delicious alternative to the heavy potato salad. I did find the ingredients to be too much for just one head of cauliflower. I had an average size cauliflower head too. I ended up using the one head and cutting everything else in half..still turned out fine. I found the microwave directions made it turn out perfect...not too crunchy, not too mushy. Follow that method for sure. Pam

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Pam-I-Am April 20, 2007

This is a good recipe. I also make "cauliflower potato salad" using raw cauliflower. I like it better than the cooked cauliflower.

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mooogie July 23, 2005
Un-Potato Salad (Low Carb)