Potato Salad Amazingly Supreme

This is one of my absolute proudest concoctions. It not only is incredibly good, but no one else has this recipe.  I was making potato salad for a block party and also made the Creamy Spicy Dip. Just so happens I had an inspiration or a brain speed bump, but threw portions of the 2 together.  OH MY – that nailed it! I will never make another potato salad without the combo. Hope you love it as much as I do.

INGREDIENTS:

  • Approximately 3 pounds of red potatoes peeled and cubed
  • 3 – 8 Tablespoons white vinegar (totally a judgement issues)
  • Mayo (NEVER MIRACLE WHIP)
  • Yellow mustard
  • Green Onions – 4 or so finely chopped
  • Celery – approximately 4 stalks split down the middle and chopped
  • Bacon (optional)
  • Olives (optional)
  • Hard boiled eggs sliced
  • 1/4 – 1/2 Creamy Spicy Dip

DIRECTIONS:

  • Boil the red potatoes ONLY until a sharp knife just makes it max of 1/2 way into  potato
  • Strain potatoes and drizzle 4 – 5 Tablespoons of white vinegar while potatoes are in strainer cooling
  • Gently toss (I mean gently or you will end up with vinegar mashed potatoes)
  • Once cooled, place potatoes in large mixing bowl
  • Place potatoes in large mixing bowl.
  • Throw enough Mayo in to cover all cubes and mix – Don’t overthrow – can always add
  • Once all cubes are covered, throw in the celery & green onions and gently mix
  • After mixing all together check to see if you need more celery or green onion
  • Once ready, squirt yellow mustard being cautious not to over squirt. Stir and taste
  • Now is the time to add anything extra of the optionals noted or your own
  • HERE IS THE COUP DE GRAS that makes this so incredibly tasty and unique
  • Throw in 1/2 of the Creamy Spicy Dip recipe and stir.
  • Let sit for 2-3 hours or even overnight. AMAZING!
  • Layer sliced hard boiled eggs on top
  • Understand that the potatoes are made up of a lot of water and will soak up a lot of your condiments so you may have to add, toss, taste and perfect!

ANYWAY YOU WANT IT TIPS: This is one of my new favorites. You can always leave out the Creamy Spicy Dip, but if you are adventurous, may be worth trying it.

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