Friday, November 5, 2010

Hot Potato Salad

I didn't measure anything, so all I can do is give you the general idea. Most folks seem to prefer cold, creamy, mayonnaise-y style potato salads. I like them too. But I occasionally get a hankering for a warm potato salad, particularly when served with skillet fried sausages and chops. The concept is extremely simple… start with several boiled potatoes straight out of the hot water. Heat up a large saucepan and add some olive oil, lots of chopped veggie bacon and let that caramelize, add sliced red onions and or shallots/leeks and when these are wilted enough, add the boiled potatoes, cubing them first into bite size pieces and leaving the skin on. Add more olive oil, lots of salt and cracked black pepper, and some vinegar or balsamic if you like and mix this all up. The hot potatoes will absorb a lot of the flavor so copious amounts of seasoning are required. Serve warm. Any extras can be stored in the fridge and microwaved the next day. Perfect with sausages and steaks. I'm serving it with veggie bbq ribs. Super easy to make, always a crowd favorite. Starchy, salty, faintly vinegary… maybe a 1/4 cup or so of soy cheddar throughout the mix, but it certainly doesn't need it!! Enjoy! :)

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