Summer barbecues and picnics aren't complete without a tasty helping of potato salad.
This low-fat potato salad is rich with creamy goodness but easy on the fat and calories.
Filled with red onion, blue cheese, bacon, and a sweet-tangy dressing, this reader recipe earned top honors at our test kitchen
tastings. Grilling the potatoes in an easy-to-fold aluminum foil packet adds a subtle note of smoky flavor—plus it makes cleanup
A mixture of Yukon gold potatoes and sweet potatoes provides a refreshing twist on potato salad. A lemon-garlic vinaigrette,
chopped pecans, and fresh basil finish off the salad. Choose small to medium-size potatoes of similar diameter for this colorful
One of the staff’s all-time favorite potato salads. The secret to this 6-ingredient star is Duke’s Mayonnaise (a Greenville,
SC culinary institution), a touch of spicy brown mustard, and boiled eggs, which are grated on the largest holes of a cheese
grater. The recipe calls for baking potatoes, but we also love it with red-skinned potatoes.
Our Food staff unanimously agree that Grilled Potato Salad is hands down the tastiest interpretation of this classic side
that we’ve ever tested.
Chili powder and hot sauce add heat to this mayo-free potato salad recipe. If you can't take the heat leave the hot sauce
off for a non-spicy version.
Fresh dill gives this recipe a light summery flavor. To prep fresh dill, use fingers to strip the leaves from the top of the
stem downward, and gather into a bunch. Coarsely chop to keep the wispy quality of the leaves. Switch to dried dill when fresh
is not available; just use one-third the amount of dried for fresh.
Bring a heaping bowl of comfort to your warm-weather table with this terrific potato salad recipe. Though your family favorite
may be the traditional mayonnaise-and-sweet pickle variety, try one of this recipe for a fresh twist. Jazz up your presentation
by serving this salad in paprika-rimmed glasses. (Simply dip the rims in lemon or lime juice, then into paprika.)
If you want to try a new potato salad recipe this summer, this one's for you. This variation boasts tons of roasted flavor and hints of bacon, green onions, and Ranch dressing. Serve hot or cold.
With a hint of horseradish and a sprinkling of bacon, Warm Purple-and-Red Potato Toss tastes great with a steak. Purple and
Blue potatoes are all-purpose and versatile. They have a nutty flavor and are the perfect choice for potato salad.
This updated Southern classic is made with a creamy herb mixture that has fewer fat grams but still all the flavor of the
heavier traditional recipes.
Olive oil, lemon juice, seasonings, and fresh herbs create a not-so-heavy dressing that offers a heart-healthy dose of monounsaturated
fat. Plus, it’s perfectly portable—you can serve it at room temperature or chilled.
Our Test Kitchens are looking for updated/creative takes on potato salad. If you have an good recipes/ideas, we'd love to