Are you ready for Summer Time Salads Quick No Cook Potato Salad? This recipe will have you dishing up potato salad in just a few minutes time. I am constantly picking up store made potato salad which I always need to doctor up as it never seems to have the ingredients I like or the flavoring. I seem to dread cleaning, peeling and cooking potatoes for salads. Just always seems to take so much time and energy. Plus the clean up really stinks, ha ha!
We quite often use canned potatoes from Aldi in our Meals on a Budget: Beef Stew. They always work perfect and save so much time. So the thought came to me to attempt a Summer Time Salads Quick No Cook potato salad with the same canned potatoes. To my amazement, it was one of the best potato salads I have made. Quick no cook, easy and no mess salad. I was so excited. I can finally quit purchasing all those store bought containers.
Summer Time Salads Quick No Cook Potato Salad
2 cans Potatoes
6 hard boiled Eggs
1/4 Green Pepper chopped
2 stalks Celery chopped
1/4 Onion chopped
1/2 cup Mayonnaise
2 tbsp Mustard
1/3 cup Sweet Relish
dash fresh ground Pepper
Mix mayonnaise, mustard and relish in a large bowl. Drain potatoes and cut into 1/2 inch pieces. Cut eggs into similar sized pieces. Add all remaining ingredients into bowl and toss to over everything. Don’t stir in order to keep potatoes from breaking up.
If you are like me and really dislike cleaning, peeling and cooking potatoes give this No Cook Potato Salad Recipe a try. Be sure to give it your own flare. My hubby dislikes green peppers in his potato salad but this girl loves em!
- 2 cans Potatoes
- 6 hard boiled Eggs
- 1/4 Green Pepper chopped
- 2 stalks Celery chopped
- 1/4 Onion chopped
- 1/2 cup Mayonnaise
- 2 tbsp Mustard
- 1/3 cup Sweet Relish
- dash Salt
- dash fresh ground Pepper
- Mix mayonnaise, mustard and relish in a large bowl.
- Drain potatoes and cut into 1/2 inch pieces.
- Cut eggs into similar sized pieces.
- Add all remaining ingredients into bowl and toss to over everything.
- Don’t stir in order to keep potatoes from breaking up.