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Amazing Potato Salad

What you need: 

8 medium potatoes, peeled
1/2 cup onions, chopped
2 stalks celery, chopped
1 or 2 pickles, diced (sweet or dill)
1 cup vegan mayo
1 teaspoon mustard
1 teaspoon Dijon mustard
salt and pepper, to taste
sprinkle paprika

What you do: 

1. Boil potatoes for about 25 minutes, or until soft. Drain and let them cool for a few minutes.
2. Cut potatoes into small cubes, and put them in the fridge for about an hour to cool off some more.
3. When potatoes are cool, place in a bowl or dish, and stir in the onions, celery, pickles, mayo, mustards, salt and pepper. Sprinkle paprika on top.

Preparation Time: 
a couple hours
Cooking Time: 
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Sweeeet! This is def gonna be my new go to recipe for potato salad now, I've needed to find one for a long time. The one and most important thing I remember from my mom's recipe is how she'd cool the potatoes overnight *soaking in some pickle juice* to make it extra awesome, so I'll just add that part in to this one. YAY!


This is a very good recipe.  I wanted to make potato salad to take to a Labor Day party but couldn't decide which recipe...I went with this one because it was featured in the Labor Day Feast newsletter and I wasn't disappointed one bit.  The non-veg people at the party loved it and had no idea it was made with Vegenaise instead of mayo.  The only difference I made to the recipe was to add some sliced olives, which I like in my potato salad.


This was very yummy, I used sweet relish and celery salt, but otherwise stuck to the recipe and loved it. a keeper ;)b


I LOVED this salad!

This was basically my first vegetarian meal that I made from scratch (made my own mayo/miracle whip that tasted AMAZING!) and added it to this salad.

I made a huge bowl full of it and everyone in the house loved it (I'm the only veg.) The salad only lasted a couple hours lol. I left out the mustard and pickles cause I was worried that my homemade mayo would be too strong on its own... but I know next time i will definitely add in the mustard/pickles.



This salad truly is amazing! I don't know what it is about it, but it's addictive! I took it to a non-vegetarian potluck tonight, and several people asked me for the recipe. I used red potatoes and red onions, added fresh green peas and radishes from my pea-patch, an extra teaspoon of yellow mustard, and a teaspoon of salt. And of course I used Vegenaise, the absolute best! I had hoped to bring home more left-over salad, but there's only a small bit for lunch tomorrow. Oh well, there's something to be said for being popular!


This recipe was awesome! I usually don't add the celery but always add celery flakes. I add lots of pickle to it and usually like to top off the potato salad with green tabasco sauce. Sooooo yum. I make up a ginormous batch of it and my sister and I polish it off within two days. =)


Very nice! My boyfriend gobbled this up! :)


This was really great! Made it just as a snack and it came out delicious. Thanks!


I just made this for a picnic tmrw with some slight alterations.
I didn't have (and don't really like) celery so totally omitted that.
Didn't have paprika, though wish i did.
And I used a tablespoon of my favorite (Kosciusko - polish! - mustard) instead of the 2tspns reg/dijon.
I also added about half a red bell pepper, diced, at the last minute.
It came out delicious! For some reason I was a bit wary of the pickles... but I'm glad I threw them in anyway because they def MADE this salad.
(I also didn't measure the vegenaise exactly but I'm sure I used less than a cup. Didn't want everything to be swimming in it, just wanted a cohesive flavoring...)


;)b this recipe is so good thnx been craving it for a long time taste just like the way my mom does it  :)>>>



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