Thursday, July 11, 2013

{RECIPE} Summer Potato Salad

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Happy Summer - it’s Melissa from My Party Passion sharing with you today my famous (in my families eyes) Summer Potato Salad recipe.

Now, I know what you are thinking…..I am usually the “go to party-on-a budget gal” but today I feel the need to share this Fresh Summer Salad with all of you.

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Traditionally, I am a pasta or macaroni salad lover (mao no miracle whip).  I am breaking tradition right here and right now! Using fresh produce and herbs from our local farmers market which runs from June thru October, I created one of the best Potato Salads I have ever had. 

What you will need:

1 doz small red potatoes (you can use yellow also)

1 bunch (about 8) red scallion onions

3 stalks of celery

Mao (to your liking)

2 Tbsp Honey Mustard

3 Tbsp FRESH Dill

Salt and Pepper

Boil your potatoes until JUST longer…take out and immediate put into cold water to stop the cooking process.  While they are cooling, cut up your red scallions and celery.  Mix your cut veggies with your warm cut up (not peeled) potatoes, add salt and pepper. Then add your mao and mustard.  Mix. 
Once completed mixed, add your dill. 

This is good to do when all is still warm, but not hot. 

Put into the refrigerator for a few hours…serve cold. 

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I hope you try it and come on back and let me know what you think.  I hope you are not disappointed.  My family loves it! 

Until next time – Party On Friends!


Guest Contributor: Melissa Newell

Melissa Newell has been planning and executing parties for over 20 years - parties have always been a passion of hers.

Melissa’s motto is Go Big or Go Home! She celebrates with her children every chance they get - making each day a celebration of Life!

Creativity on a budget and the attention to the smallest of details is what she is known for.

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