Creamy German Potato Salad
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Makes13 servings (3/4 cup each)
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This is the best potato salad ever!
My German grandmother taught me how to make German potato salad and her recipe uses 1/4 cup of sugar, 1-1/2 Tbs. flour and equal parts of vinegar and water approximately 1/2 cup each. Sour cream can be added in place of the whipping cream just before serving. Also salt and pepper should be added to taste. She also boiled the potatoes whole and then cut them up after cooling slightly. The amount of sugar and vinegar can be adjusted to taste.
Yes, warm is really the only way to eat German Potato Salad, it's best that way!
Not really a review, but based on one comment, is this eaten warm only? It sounds so good.
On taste 5*, on preparation * moderately quick to put together. I cannot keep my fork out of the bowl.Recipe says it will feed 13. I cut it in half, i.e. 2 lbs of potatoes with 1/4 lb of bacon. It filled a 1 1/2 qt bowl. I have is enough to feed 8. Changes: half sugar half Splenda, addition of snipped chives.
On taste 5*, on preparation * moderately quick to put together.Recipe says it will feed 13. I cut it in half, i.e. 2 lbs of potatoes with 1/4 lb of bacon. It filled a 1 1/2 q and think what I have is enough to feed 8.
Interestingly my Grandmother made a recipe very similar to this one but she used Kielbasa Sausages quartered and sliced and also fresh Green Beans cut lengthwise in half. She used 6 cups of red poatoes cleaned and quartered, 2 cups of green beans cut in half lengthwise, 1 Lb of Kielbasas Sausages quartered and sliced, No sugar and she put in 3/4 t4aspoon ground mustard, with 1 1/2 cups whole milk and 3/4 cups mayonnaise she made herself. Just cook the potatoes about 4 minutes in boiling water and add the beans and cook an additional 4 minutes till they are tender. Drain and place in 9x13 baking dish that is either greased with butter or if you choose spray with a non-stick cooking spray. Make the sauce the and pour over the potatoes and then bake in a 350 degree oven for about 45 to 50 minutes. I also like to dice up a small red bell pepper and add it when the mixture is done so it is crunchy and you can pick up on the suttle taste. The mustard replaces the vinegar. I tried this recipe and it is good and tastes good but I guess I'm used to Grandma's and prefer the Kielbasa Sausages Instead. Either way you can lighten both recipes up by using Lower sodium meats, and reduced fat dairy and using the Non-stick cooking spray.
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THIS IS THE BEST POTATO SALAD I'VE EVER EATEN, AND THERE ARE ALOT OF GOOD ONES OUT THERE. I ADDED A TOUCH OF PAPRIKA. OUTSTANDING.