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No matter which way you slice it, potato salad has been the staple picnic food for years upon years. It’s filled with savory ingredients that pair perfectly with hamburgers, hot dogs, and grilled chicken. Who doesn’t love boiled potatoes smothered in mayo, mustard, and onions?
This recipe for potato salad is a bit different than the norm. It is actually served hot, rather than cold. You’ll also find bits of crispy bacon lurking in the creamy sauce. MMMM, bacon! Some might even call this version of the delectable picnic salad, “German Potato Salad.” I just call it “delicious.”
Recipe and photo courtesy of Butteryum.
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Quick Tip: Make sure to never over-boil your potatoes as they will be mushy within your salad.