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Experience the bold tastes of German cuisine with this delicious Bavarian salad recipe.
I come from a strong German lineage as well as Polish and Hungarian. My father is 100% German and my mother is Polish and Hungarian. With those combinations you know I just had to of been subject to some fabulous foods while growing up.
One of those foods was Bavarian potato salad. We actually called it German potato salad but we will go with the first option here as the original author over at the Hungry Little Girl blog calls it as such.
Anyway, by the time I was 12 years old, I knew how to make Bavarian potato salad all by myself. My mother had taught me well. My fave part about Bavarian potato salad is the bacon grease. You get to pour it over the potatoes! Talk about giving this dish a robust, smoky flavor. You’ll have to experience this delicious flavor for yourself when you make this grand German potato salad.
Recipe and image courtesy of Hungry Little Girl.
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Quick Tip: Feel free to eat this salad warm or cold. The traditional way to enjoy Bavarian potato salad is chilled.