PA Dutch Potato Salad

I grew up eating my Mom’s version of potato salad with huge chunks of potatoes, hard boiled eggs, mayo, mustard and veggies. Warm. Yes you read it correctly, it was served warm and leftovers were eaten cold! Now wait, that’s not right. I ate it warm because I couldn’t wait! :)
I still sneak a little before it is cold even though now I know better, but its that good!

PA Dutch Potato Salad

3 cups potato peeled ,diced and cooked
1/4 cup celery stalk, diced
1/4 cup scallions, thinly sliced
1/4 cup carrots, diced
2 eggs, one chopped, one sliced for garnish
1/2 cup mayonnaise, reduced calorie
1/4 cup mustard, spicy brown
1 Tbsp parsley flakes
paprika (optional)

1. Combine potatoes, vegetables and chopped egg. Stir.

2. Add parsley. Fold in mayo and mustard.

3. Put salad in serving bowl. Decorate with sliced egg and sprinkle with paprika.

Servings: 6

Cooking Times
Preparation Time: 20 minutes
Total Time: 20 minutes

Nutrition Facts
Nutrition (per serving): 92 calories, 68 calories from fat, 7.9g total fat, 68.7mg cholesterol, 264.2mg sodium, 86.4mg potassium, 3.3g carbohydrates, <1g fiber, <1g sugar, 3.1g protein, 927.3IU vitamin a, 1.7mg vitamin c.

My potato salad is pictured here with Salmon Salad (tomorrow’s post 😉 ) on a yummy tossed salad plate!

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22 Responses to PA Dutch Potato Salad

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  2. Angie says:

    I love warm potato salad! And you know, I'd rather eat it warm then cold. I used to do the same thing to my mom. When I knew she was making potato salad I was right there waiting for the first spoonful……I love the big chunks of potato and egg you put in this salad.

    • Cindys_Recipes says:

      Thanks Angie for liking it warm too, now I don't feel like so all alone! 😉

  3. Lois says:

    It sounds really good! And I used to eat my mom's potato salad warm also, but just a taste or my mother would say we wouldn't have any for the company! I don't usually make potato salad, but will try this one! Enjoy!

    • Cindys_Recipes says:

      Thanks Lois for saying you've had potato salad warm too! It makes me feel better about it! 😉

  4. Robyn says:

    I love potatoe salad. Warm or Cold! :o) Thanks for linking up at Foodie Friends Friday!

    ~Robyn from Robyn's View

  5. Michael Ann says:

    Mmmm, this looks like a good recipe. Carrots? Yum!

  6. Terra says:

    I am so craving potato salad now! I have never had potato salad with carrots, that sounds really delicious:-) My Grandma always added dill pickles, I love that! Take care, Terra

    • Cindys_Recipes says:

      Hi Terra, I've had potato salad with dill pickles and dill weed. I like the it that way. I can't think about July 4th and not think potato salad and don't get me started on baked beans!

  7. Tracy says:

    Cindy, so glad you joined us this week at Foodie Friends Friday! I love potato salad…mmmmm. Looking forward to more great recipes =) Tracy @ Busy Vegetarian Mom

  8. IdaBaker says:

    Wow, this looks just like the one I make, except it's missing the relish. Oh, and I usually don't add carrots.

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  10. Potato salad is such a summer classic. Yours looks delcious!

  11. Gloria says:

    I love potato salad and will try with the carrots as I"M having to increase protein in my meal can't figure out the protein list in the nutrition list Must be English or German measurements thanks for the carrot idea

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  14. Sandra Hornick says:

    I am 73 years old. I have always made potato salad similar to this (without carrots but with finely chopped dill pickles). This is the way my mother made it as well as her mother. Great and delicious potato salad!!

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