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Thread: 3 Ingredient Potato Salad

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    Super Member sondray's Avatar
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    3 INGREDIENT POTATO SALAD

    6 med. potatoes, cooked, peeled, cubed & salted
    6 hard-boiled eggs, cubed & salted
    4 tbsp. Miracle Whip

    Combine the 3 ingredients. Cover and chill. Makes 6 lunch-sized servings or 12 side-dish servings.

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    That's easy enough...lol. I haven't made any potato salad for awhile....then I saw this post. I might have to get to that this weekend.

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    make it easy.......use a can of potatoes.......I love quick and easy :D

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    thanks for the recipe

    Quote Originally Posted by sondray
    3 INGREDIENT POTATO SALAD

    6 med. potatoes, cooked, peeled, cubed & salted
    6 hard-boiled eggs, cubed & salted
    4 tbsp. Miracle Whip

    Combine the 3 ingredients. Cover and chill. Makes 6 lunch-sized servings or 12 side-dish servings.

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    Add some chopped onion and a splash of yellow mustard and it's even better!

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    yes, I love mustard in potato salad

    Quote Originally Posted by Kappy
    Add some chopped onion and a splash of yellow mustard and it's even better!

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    Oh, you guys have great tips! I added the onion flakes but forgot all about mustard and the tip of using canned potatoes makes it even simpler and quick! Made this recipe a few nights ago but reduced it to 4 potatoes and 4 hard boiled eggs and 6 TBSP. of salad dressing and added a dash of crushed red pepper flakes for a little bite to it. Stuck it in the freezer for a few min. to get it cold just in time for dinner. A real hit! Thank you! :-D :-D ;)

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    great recipe tip, I love potato salad, but hubby doesn't

    Quote Originally Posted by n2scraplvr
    Oh, you guys have great tips! I added the onion flakes but forgot all about mustard and the tip of using canned potatoes makes it even simpler and quick! Made this recipe a few nights ago but reduced it to 4 potatoes and 4 hard boiled eggs and 6 TBSP. of salad dressing and added a dash of crushed red pepper flakes for a little bite to it. Stuck it in the freezer for a few min. to get it cold just in time for dinner. A real hit! Thank you! :-D :-D ;)

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    That's the basis of my mom's recipe. But she'd also add some chopped celery and onion (she always cooked with white onion). Don't forget the S&P too!

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    Add celery, onion, green pepper, pickle relish, boiled eggs, dijon mustard, Hellman's Mayo, Garnish with crumbled backon pieces
    WAIT A MINUTE, THAT'S MORE THAN 3 INGREDIENTS LOL

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