Deen Bros. Kielbasa Potato Salad

Not your ordinary potato salad. This recipe is served warm or at room temperature, like a German Potato salad is served. Very versitile because it can be served for a picnic in the summer sun though it's hearty enough for a dinner in the dead of winter as a one dish meal or along side of a green salad or veggie and warm crusty bread. It's very yummy indeed! Courtesy of the Deen Bros. cookbook "Y'all Come Eat".

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  • In a large dutchpan, bring water to a boil; add potatoes and boil for about 25 minutes or until tender.
  • Let potatoes cool; cut them into quarters and place in a large mixing/serving bowl.
  • In a large skillet, heat 2 tsp oil over medium-high heat; brown keilbasa and transfer to a paper towel-lined plate to drain and add keilbasa to potatoes.
  • For the dressing, whisk vinegar, mustard, garlic,salt and pepper until combined; slowly whisk in 3 Tbsp of oil.
  • Add dressing, celery and onions to potato/keilbasa bowl and toss to combine.
  • Serve warm or at room temperature.
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"Not your ordinary potato salad. This recipe is served warm or at room temperature, like a German Potato salad is served. Very versitile because it can be served for a picnic in the summer sun though it's hearty enough for a dinner in the dead of winter as a one dish meal or along side of a green salad or veggie and warm crusty bread. It's very yummy indeed! Courtesy of the Deen Bros. cookbook "Y'all Come Eat"."

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  1. TheDancingCook
    Not your ordinary potato salad. This recipe is served warm or at room temperature, like a German Potato salad is served. Very versitile because it can be served for a picnic in the summer sun though it's hearty enough for a dinner in the dead of winter as a one dish meal or along side of a green salad or veggie and warm crusty bread. It's very yummy indeed! Courtesy of the Deen Bros. cookbook "Y'all Come Eat".
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