Potluck Potato Salad

Potluck Potato Salad

There are a thousand and one ways to make potato salad, and over the years I’ve tried many of those ways. There are so many types of potatoes you can use, not to mention the different types of dressing.

(Can I just say that I’m totally digging chimichurri dressing lately?)

But when it comes to making potato salad to take for a party or a potluck, this is the way I typically like to make it. I can’t tell you how many times people have told me that they liked my dressing because it wasn’t crazy heavy on the mayonnaise, but still had good moisture and flavor.

Potato Salad

When I bring potato salad to a potluck, I like to use red or yellow potatoes cut into thin half-moon slices, instead of chunks.

When you’re cutting several pounds of potatoes, I think it’s easier to move through the knife work if you’re slicing the potatoes as they lay flat on the board, instead of trying to cut lots of chunks that are the same size.

Get the full step-by-step photos, instructions, and recipe on The Pioneer Woman’s site.