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Simple to make and absolutely spectacular. When I read the recipe I thought I would add some scallion but when I tasted it before adding the scallion I realized that it doesn't need it. I did add the scallion only because I had it chopped and ready to go and it was lovely with the scallion as well. But this recipe is actually perfect just the way it's written.
Really nice recipe with not too much mayo. Love the combo of potato artichoke and garlic. Ate it almost right away with some left over to taste again tomorrow after flavors have had a chance to meld. I imagine the flavor will just get better.
I did this recipe for a 4th of July cookout. Everyone raved about it. What a hit!!!! I did the eggs and potatoes at the same time to save time. I also let it set in the frig overnight. I made it for 6 servings but it was enough for 8 people because I like adding the following: 6 slices Bacon (well cooked & chopped) 1/4 cup fresh Red Onion 1/4 cup fresh Green Pepper YUM
I was looking for a way to use up some extra croutons and found this recipe. It was definitely different. If I made it again I would use less Dijon mustard or a weaker Dijon mustard. But the reason I only gave it 4 stars was because I followed the suggestion to make it the night before and let the flavors mix. This made the croutons mushy. I would recommend making the night before to let the flavors mix but I wouldn t add the croutons until you were about to serve it. If the croutons aren t crunchy then I don t see the point in adding them.
We're split on this one. Definitely different and a change of pace from normal potato salads. If you like artichoke hearts you'll like this. I used light mayo and doubled the sauce portion (not the garlic) because we like saucy potato salad. Needed a decent amount of salt and pepper (artichokes were from Trader Joe's and had no salt). Makes more than 4 servings as a side - more like 6 healthy servings.