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New Potato Summer Salad

New Potato Summer Salad recipe
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Toss this crowd-pleasing salad together when the new potatoes are still warm to bring out the smoky flavor of the bacon bits.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
3 hr 30 min
servings
total:
12 servings, 3/4 cup each
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posted:
8/22/2005
This salad took you to Italy while you were eating. It was a good introduction for my niece, Nikki, who does not care to eat potato salad but she did like this one very much as did all of us at the meal. I am glad I read other comments before fixing this as I made a few changes. I boiled potatoes early in the morning, mixed the Miracle Whip with dry sweet basil (not fresh) cut back to a few good sprinkles, used a little more then 1/4 cup of the Zesty, heated the Grey Poupon to absorb the bacon bits to kick them up a notch. This salad will go to our first staff luncheon at school this year.
posted:
8/11/2005
It is a great way to use some of those many tomatoes from the garden. I left out the onion (I'm allergic). Potatoe salad is a great side dish for cook outs.
posted:
8/9/2005
I have been searching for a really good potato salad recipe and this one exceeded my expectations. I have been asked numerous times for the recipe after serving it.
posted:
8/8/2005
This recipe is wonderful! It is so easy and every loves it. I even like it and I hate potato salad! I served it to others who also aren't fans of your typical potato salad and they couldn't get enough of it. I now get requests for it and I can never make enough or too much. It is usually one of the first things eaten.
posted:
8/3/2005
This was delicious. The potatoes are sweet and tender, and the salad is not too dressed up. The smell of the basil was a bit overwhelming when I was making it, but the basil taste was not too much. If your family prefers potato salad the old way with tons of dressing, you may want to double the dressing part in this recipe because the salad is lightly dressed so that you can taste the potatoes, bacon, and tomatoes rather than just the dressing. It was really good.
posted:
7/31/2005
I actually think a little more basil is necessary! Delicious variation to a traditional potato salad. I would add more basil and more dijon... very tasty and went over well with the dinner crowd
posted:
7/19/2005
Good to prepare for my family at a bar-b-cue
posted:
7/18/2005
This recipe looked attractive but that's it. Way too much basil - it over powered the dish. Couldn't taste the Dijoin Mustard etc. Would never make it again. Tried to salvage it by adding some shreded parmesean cheese and a dash of vinegar, salt and pepper. It still was not good. The new potatoes were good and sweet.
posted:
7/13/2005
so easy, so good... i've made it three times this month!
posted:
7/13/2005
YUM!! Husband approved as well. Refreshing replacement to the mustard/mayo original.
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