Susan's Best Potato Salad

"A refreshing twist on potato salad. An eggless version that is different than most."
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  • Peel potatoes and cut into 1/2 inch cubes. Put into a pan just covered by water, boil until just soft. Drain and put into a bowl that can be used for mixing up the potato salad.
  • While potato’s are cooking, Mix oil, vinegar, salt, sugar and garlic.
  • Pour oil and vinegar mixture over warm potatoes.
  • Refrigerate until cool.
  • Chop the fresh dill, green onions, and radishes.
  • When ready to serve, mix dill and mayo together and toss with potatoes onions, and radishes.
  • Garnish with a few radish slices and green onion if desired.

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  1. I love this potato salad! It's easy to make and very tasty -- and people don't miss the eggs (my husband doesn't like hard-boiled eggs). It was a big hit on July 4th. <br/><br/>I used 8 red potatoes, which are clearly more than 4 large potatoes (LOL), so I doubled both of the dressings. I covered the potatoes with water, brought to a boil, and boiled gently for about 30 minutes, until the skins started to come off and they were tender; I left the skins on in the salad. Also, I added the green onions to the potato salad.<br/><br/>The aroma of the first dressing is so wonderful you may be tempted to stop there, but the dill, radishes, & green onions in the second dressing really finish it off nicely.<br/><br/>Update: It's now nearly 5 years since I posted my review and I still LOVE this recipe. Family and friends request it whenever I offer to bring something to a gather. Yum!
  2. Just excellent! Loved the tang of the vinegar and the flavors of the dill and onions. I didn't have any radishes, so substituted green pepper instead.
  3. This will be the third time making this potato sald this summer. Simple to make and excellent flavor.


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