Ingredients40 m servings 424 cals
- Place the potatoes into a large pot and cover with salted water. Bring to a boil over high heat, then reduce heat to medium-low, cover, and simmer until tender, about 20 minutes. Drain and allow to steam dry for a minute or two.
- Finely chop the hard-cooked eggs and the pickles.
- When they're cool enough to handle, cube the potatoes and transfer them to a 9x13-inch dish. Stir in the chopped eggs, pickles, mayonnaise, mustard, and the peas and carrots and mix gently to combine. Season to taste with salt and pepper. Serve immediately, or refrigerate the salad before serving.
- Editor's Note
- Israeli-style pickles are brined in saltwater rather than a vinegar solution, and are made with small finger-sized cucumbers.
Per Serving: 424 calories; 28.7 g fat; 32 g carbohydrates; 11.7 g protein; 222 mg cholesterol; 596 mg sodium. Full nutrition
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First, I'd like to say love the color that the peas and carrots add to this salad. I didn't use near all the mustard as I knew it would be too overpowering for my family. I'm sure next time I wi...
I love this potato salad! The first time I made it was right after we got back from Israel. I was so inspired by my sister-in-law's amazing Shabbat meal for 16 (!!!) that I had to do an Israel...
This potato salad is delicious....it is such a different way to serve potato salad and the flavors work well together...for a different take I sometimes add chopped cooked chicken...excellent..t...
I like all kinds of potato salad and this is one I will be adding to my recipe box. I was not sure about the pickles, so I brined chopped cucumber for a week. It was very good! Will make agai...
Just realized I never reviewed this, just took a blurry photo a while back. :) I really liked it! We didn't have frozen peas and carrots, just peas; I diced carrots and blanched them in the pota...
Hi All - This is the original recipe poster, here. Just a note about the Israeli pickles - these are NOT Kosher pickles. They are usually imported from Israel, or they are noted as Israeli-sty...
This is very similar to the Ukrainian "Mayonnaise" version of the salad, which my sister and I refer to as the "Cube" salad because everything has to be cubed such that all the salad pieces are ...
Love this! It's great alternative to regular ol' potato salad. And being I've never been a fan of celery, like that this still has the crunch from the pickles. Yummy stuff!