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Boiled egg sandwich is a simple, delicious and satisfying breakfast or lunch. It can be served on toast, English muffin or even as a wrap. This recipe makes two sandwiches so you can share with someone else.

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This delicious Potato Salad recipe has tender potatoes, crisp veggies, and eggs in a tangy and creamy dressing! A summertime staple for good reason!

Perfect to serve alongside a thick grilled burger, grilled chicken, or even next to a juicy steak! This easy potato salad recipe tastes even better when made ahead of time making it the perfect dish anytime!

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A Classic Side Dish

For an inexpensive and filling side dish, you can’t beat a great potato salad (and of course a delicious pasta salad recipe right next to it).

Every family has their favorite add-ins and of course, this is ours with just the right amount of crunch, tang, and creaminess.

Ingredients for Potato Salad

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POTATOES Russet or Yukon gold potatoes are great for potato salad. I sometimes use baby potatoes (or new potatoes) if I have them as they are a little sweeter and don’t require peeling.

ADD-INS The possibilities are endless. We love potato salad with eggs but if eggs aren’t your thing, skip them!

Sliced radishes and celery add a bit of crunch. You can also add in your favorites such as chopped pickles, cheddar cheese, or a handful of crumbled bacon!

POTATO SALAD DRESSING This recipe has a creamy dressing and it’s super easy to prepare. Classic flavors include cider vinegar, Dijon mustard, a touch of sugar, and relish (sweet or dill).

It is important to ensure that your potatoes are cooled before you add this dressing as it has a mayonnaise base.

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ingredients to make a Classic Potato Salad in a glass bowl

How to Make Potato Salad

  1. Boil Potatoes & Cool Bite-sized potatoes (or potato pieces) will take about 12-15 minutes after the water boils. Test by piercing them with a fork to ensure they’re tender throughout but not falling apart. Just like when making mashed potatoes ensure they don’t overcook as potatoes can absorb water and get too mushy.
  2. Prep Add-Ins Chop boiled eggs, celery, and other ingredients (per recipe below).
  3. Mix Dressing Mix the dressing in the bottom of a large bowl (one less dish to wash!) and add the cooked and cooled ingredients to the dressing. Mix well.
  4. Chill Refrigerate before serving to allow flavors to blend.

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Fridge For the best potato salad, always plan on making it fresh. It will keep in the refrigerator for about 3 to 4 days.

Freezer Unfortunately potato salad is one of those rare dishes that doesn’t hold up well to freezing. The raw veggies that give it such a delightful crunch will get mushy, and the mayonnaise will separate when it thaws.

More Easy Potato Sides

  • Scalloped Potatoes Recipe – Classic Creamy Side Dish
  • Twice Baked Potato Casserole
  • Potatoes Au Gratin – Easy, cheesy, and delicious.
  • Simple Southern Potato Salad – easy
  • Easy Oven Roasted Potatoes – Perfect alongside your favorite meat entrees but can also be used in potato salads!
  • Colcannon Recipe (Cabbage and Potatoes)

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