The flavours and textures in this potato salad make it such a winner and the perfect thing to bring to a picnic or have as a side with any summer dinner. That salmon recipe from yesterday would be great with this! As there’s no mayo it’s fresh and light and the crisp radishes and sweet peas really get to shine through.
I don’t know if this is something you’ve picked up on but I’m pretty into a peanut dressing at the moment. There was the coconut poached chicken salad, the tofu schnitzel strips and the satay Tofu. Is it getting repetitive? I hope not because this is another good one! This salad is both refreshing and filling and I’m not going to claim it’s traditional. Let’s call it my take on a Gado Gado salad instead.
These are so delicious! A pimped up jacket potato!! They’re the perfect side or a great vehicle for ALL the toppings. The best baked potato I’ve ever made. Ever. That’s a big statement and I’m sticking by it. Want to know all the secrets?
A new spin on a warm potato salad but with way more vegetables and a dressing that’ll make you forget all about mayo. Basically, it’s the perfect winter salad. It’s full of winter vegetables and can be served warm or cold. The dressing is super tasty and the only part of this salad that takes a teensy bit of effort to make.
I’m a little potato obsessed. I love all kinds and I also love that different potatoes have favourite ways of being cooked, it gives them their own little personality. Dutch creams love a good mashing, Russets make the best roasties and fries and kipflers, well those litlle nuggets of joy are perfect eaten with their skin on boiled or roasted. In this recipe I boil them then roast them and chuck them in a mayonnaise free roast potato salad of sorts. It’s served warm but would be fine the next day straight from the fridge too. The asian flavours make a nice break from my usual potato salad and lend the kipflers a welcome freshness. The texture of the soft coriander, crunchy nuts and the crispy potatoes is also great. Plus potatoes love salt and the dressing is all about that.