Recipe by Lori Buckridge
"A new twist on the traditional potato salad."
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red potatoes, diced
hard-cooked eggs, chopped
nonfat plain yogurt
chopped green onions
prepared Dijon-style mustard
dried dill weed
SO good! One reason it tastes so great is you don't have to think about the fact that you're eating gobs of mayo or sour cream - because you're not! This recipe uses plain non-fat yogurt. Don't be scared to try it - you won't regret it! However, we had to add a LOT more dill, some more mustard, lots of garlic powder, salt and a little pepper to really flavor it up. And the longer you let it sit in the fridge before you eat it, the better it tastes! I really can't say enough for this potato salad!
It was very bland tasting.If your going to make this recipe use FRESH dill and real mayo. The way potateo saled should be made.
This is a terrific low-fat potato salad. I think the dill dressing complements the green onions. Using small red potatoes I didn't have to peel them and the recipe is quite simple to make.
I love dill, and don't like yogurt, so I was both tempted and afraid to try this recipe. But I'm glad I did. I really really liked how this salad was not sweet and sugary tasting. I did add a lot more mustard than it called for...and some more dill too! Yummy!
I am a converted potato salad fan after making this recipe. I like the taste of dill, and you must if you are going to like this salad.
Excellent for a summer grill-night: Great with some grilled marinated pork chops or grilled Italian Sausage!
Friends and family were surprised to learn that this delicious recipe was made with yogurt. I added some chopped pickles and didn't add the eggs, catering to their tastes, but this recipe is an excellent foundation for modifications. The only time consuming part was peeling and boiling the potatoes, which can't be helped. This was just the potato salad I was looking for--very impressed.
I never have any luck making potato salad, but this recipe makes me look like a pro. I recently made this for the first time and received ravs from my guests. The only changes I made was decreased the eggs to 4 and used stoneground mustard instead. It was delicious! Thank you!
This potato salad was time consuming to make, but tasted okay as long as you add more seasoning to it.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Dilly Potato Salad
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 37
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