Kroger Tater Salad
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If you purchased tater salad for your bar b q this Labor Day, you might want to read this article on the recall before serving it.
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  Re: Kroger Tater Salad by bbally (If you purchased tat...)
I've come across a nice potato salad recipe for picnics, etc. Usually you have to worry about the mayo and not the mustard, but if you use onions and tri-colored peppers with pesto sauce, it can sit outside and not spoil for several hours.
  Re: Re: Kroger Tater Salad by lxxf (I've come across a n...)
We make a potato salad simply titled "Italian Potato Salad". Extremely easy and you never have to worry about spoilage. It is best served at room temp. Will post the recipe below. Brits love it, which you will learn why once you read the recipe.

Italian Potato Salad

Potatoes, (do NOT use bakers, they are too soft), peeled and cubed
Salt and fresh cracked pepper
red onion, cut in half and thinly sliced to make "half moons"
cider vinegar
olive oil, regular is fine; EV can be too strong.

Boil potatoes until done. Drain well. Cool slightly. Add onion, salt and fresh cracked pepper. Drizzle with cider vinegar, just enough to ensure that all the potatoes are hit with some. Gently toss. Add a drizzle of olive oil (as done with the vinegar) and gently toss again. Cover tightly. Chill thoroughly. Remove from frig approx. 30 minutes prior to serving.

1. Best made a minimum of 6 hours prior to eating for flavors to meld. Can even be made the day prior.
2. May add some green beans, Italian ones (long and flat variety) or regular ones, whatever is on hand.
3. There are no quantites listed because you can make this as large or as small as you want it to be. Just like you would with a tossed salad -- you instinctively know how much lettuce, cukes, and dressing you want/need. Same concept here.
4. Make sure to drizzle the vinegar first, enough to coat the potatoes; then drizzle with the oil, same way as the vinegar. (there should be very little dressing at the bottom of the bowl; just enough that when you toss the salad again prior to serving there will be some to again lightly coat the salad. If there is not, you can again lightly drizzle with more v & o).


Some people turn their noses up at this because of the vinegar, until . . . they taste it; then there is never enough!
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