Dijon Dill Potato Salad


When someone says potato salad I automatically think of mayonnaise. I am not a big fan of mayonnaise. I normally try to exclude it from any of my recipes. Everyone at my work thinks it is crazy how good my Chicken Salad is and I have never even tried it. I used my dad as a taste tester. It had mayonnaise!! So of course I decided to make my own Potato Salad minus mayonnaise. I am a huge fan of dijon mustard so I used that as my substitute. It came out very delish!


3 Tablespoons lemon juice (fresh squeezed is the best)

1/4 Cup EVOO

1/4 Cup fresh dill, chopped

2 Tablespoons Dijon Mustard

2 pounds (give or take) yellow potatoes


First we can prepare the potatoes. In a pot of boiling water, cook potatoes until tender. I put the whole potato in and then cut afterwards.

In a small bowl, whisk together lemon juice, EVOO, dill, and dijon mustard. Add salt and pepper to taste.

Once potatoes are cooked and slightly cool where you are able to touch them, cut them into cubes.

In a large bowl, toss potatoes with dressing.

Serve immediately or cold. I ate them both ways and they were scrumptious!




About kristinegough86

I have the passion to bake and love trying new recipes! I work at a school for children with disabilities as a manager of a cafe. This cafe allows the students learn the ability to work with the public and in the near future I am going to be able to bake with the students and let them learn about the love and passion there is to baking. :) I prefer baking over cooking although I do love to cook as well. I hardly ever repeat a recipe. I love my family, dogs, friends, and job. One day I will have my own bakery and I can not wait. Until then I am going to continue baking my little heart out.

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