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Potato Salad

Variety of Potato Salad Recipes

Delicious Potato Salads

Popular Potato Salad Recipes

These fresh and tasty potato salad recipes are ideal for serving along any protein that’s gracing your grill this summer. Some are even a complete meal on their own. Whether you’re looking for a classic potato salad or one with mayonnaise, mustard, vegetable oil or Greek yogurt, we’ve got you covered. Check out these delicious recipes.


Easy Classic Potato Salad (No Mustard)

A fat-free potato salad that tastes as good as the classic? It’s true! Potato expert Patty Mastracco demonstrates in this video how to prepare a quick and classic potato salad and shares her tips for cutting the fat.

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Traditional Potato Salad with Sea Salt and Mustard

Get back to basics with a traditional potato salad featuring chopped celery, diced onions, and hard-boiled eggs combined with a tangy mayonnaise-based dressing flavored with mustard and vinegar.

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Can you eat potatoes if you’re trying to lose weight?

You can include potatoes as part of a weight loss program. It’s calories that count, not eliminating certain foods.  Among a study of participants, those who ate potatoes as part of a calorie reduced eating plan still lost weight.

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Are potatoes a sustainable food?

Yes! Potatoes are sustainable for the environment, people and communities. Potato production has a lower carbon footprint and requires less land and water than many other fruits, vegetables, and cereals1.

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Are potatoes high in carbs?

Potatoes are a carbohydrate-rich vegetable. A medium, 5.3-ounce potato with the skin-on contains 26 grams of carbohydrate. Learn more about potatoes and carbohydrates.

How do I properly store and handle potatoes after purchase?

  • Store potatoes in a cool, well-ventilated place.
  • Keep potatoes out of the light.
  • Cold temperatures, lower than 50 degrees in the refrigerator, cause a potato’s starch to convert to sugar, resulting in a sweet taste and discoloration when cooked.
  • Avoid areas that reach high temperatures (beneath the sink or beside large appliances) or receive too much sunlight (on the countertop).
  • Perforated plastic bags and paper bags offer the best environment for extending the shelf life of potatoes
  • Don’t wash potatoes, or any produce, before storing. Dampness promotes early spoilage

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