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This is a really delicious potato salad, especially with the background flavor from the horseradish and the kick from the freshly ground black pepper. I added celery (in equal amount to the onion) and some fresh dill. I also used equal parts honey mustard and deli mustard, instead of the yellow mustard; the honey mustard cuts the tang of the horseradish a bit and provides a really nice flavor. Thanks for the dish!
Made this for the family and everyone gave it great reviews. To me though it was just missing a little something. It was a very good potato salad and kept wonderfully for leftovers but... The horseradish does give it an unexpected flavor and is a good addition.
Yum yum YUM! This is soooo good. I'm not normally a fan of horseradish but my hubby loves it and he considers potato salad one of the main food groups. I made this with red potatos and left out the onion (just don't care for raw onion) used onion powder instead. I diced a whole jar of Klaussen(?)pickle spears to make up for the missing onion.(I think that made a difference they are very crunchy pickles yum) Everything else was done as the recipes says I did try a little with some celery seed on top and really liked that too. Not that it needed it I just love celery seed in my potato salad. Anyway this will be my new recipe from now on so delicious. Thanks!
Nice basic recipe classic American mayonnaise and mustard based potato salad just the way Hubs likes it. But it was a little nondescript for me so I had to tinker with it. I added the optional dill pickle but I also included some sliced celery for some contrast in texture. To pretty it up a little with some color (and because I hate the aftertaste of raw white onion) I used sliced green onion. The horseradish was a nice addition but so subtle that it was barely noticeable so more could be added with no risk. Rather than salt and pepper I used Jane s Krazy Mixed Up Salt and even more freshly ground pepper. But most important I don t like an overly mayonnaise-y taste so I cut it with sour cream to probably a ratio of 50/50. It needed to be a little gushier so I dribbled in a little half and half and I expect I ll have to again tomorrow before I serve it.
Hmm - it was good but I was hoping for a more spicy potatoe salad - I put double the horseradish and no one could tell it was there. Not sure waht the point was. It was good but not what I was looking for - thanks anyway!