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If you’re looking for a potato salad that deviates away from the classic recipe then you’ve come to the right place! This recipe uses red skinned potatoes, honey Dijon mustard, and cappers to create the best darn tater salad this side of the Mississippi! I’m telling you what, you ar egoing to be so impressed by this potato salad and how easy it is to make. Plus, it tastes dang good! I love the flavor combination of sweet and savory. Now, what are you waiting for? Let’s get you making this awesome side dish before the cows come home!
Check out what my friend Stella had to say about this recipe:
Not only is this potato salad tasty but it’s pretty to look at, too!
I agree, Stella! The red potatoes give it such a lovely ambiance.
Cover potatoes with cold water, bring to a boil and salt the water. Boil potatoes until just tender, 12 to 15 minutes. Drain.
Meanwhile, combine the honey, Dijon, and vinegar in a bowl then slowly whisk in the olive oil. Season with salt and pepper. To the bowl add radishes, capers, onions, celery, watercress or parsley and hot potatoes. Using a wooden spoon break up the potatoes into large chunks. Toss the potato salad, adjust salt and pepper then serve.
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Quick tip: Some folks like to eat this potato salad warm. I’ve never tried it.