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Great American Potato Salad

Great American Potato Salad recipe
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We the people love this Great American Potato Salad! It's a creamy, crunchy, hearty recipe with mayo, celery and hard-cooked eggs.
30 min
3 hr 30 min
8 servings, 1/2 cup each
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This dish was wonderful. I made it for my daughter"s birthday party and everyone loved it! I will definitely make this one again!
Delicious!! My picky HUSBAND really enjoyed this!! Followed recipe using Kraft olive oil mayo & dijon mustard the first time. Made it again yesterday adding a bit more dijon mustard, dill relish & I added dill seed. This will be made again & again. We now have a new tasty dish that has moved to the top of our list of favorites. Thank you Kraftfoods! I highly recommend trying this salad & I am sure you too will enjoy as we did!
This recipe turned out very well for me and reminded me of the potato salad my grandma used to make...of course, hers was better but I 'spect it was the extra love.
I made for a family gathering and it was a huge hit! I might cut down on the dill relish next time, but otherwise very simple to make and tastes like what my grandma use to make!
I made this recipe for July 4th. My whole family loved it! Now I have to make it all the time for them this summer. I didnt add the celery seed and used sweet relish instead of dill. You will have to add a tablespoon or more of the mayo and mustard and season to taste. Get a good sweet onion, that works great for this recipe too.
My husband and I did not care for this recipe at all. If you do make it, you need to use more dressing, and less onion and celery.
Made this recipe recently. Used less onion but I used sweet relish and added some fresh dill. My husband loved it. Will make it again.
This recipe was easy to follow and tasted great!!!
Very good though I thought it could use a little more mayonnaise. My husband loved it just the way it was.
Very good, classic recipe. The only variations I made was to use the new mayo with olive oil and add about 1/3 a cup of apple cider vinegar - adds just the right amount of tangy-ness. Really, really good!
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