Garlicky Roasted-Potato Salad

  • carolfitz Posted: 08/10/09
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    Easy to make and nice flavor. Made to recipe, also with Greek-style yogurt. Increased baking time by two 10-minute increments. If you also have to cook longer, watch the garlic and remove before it overbrowns and becomes bitter. Served with Thomas Keller's fried chicken.

  • esanders Posted: 05/26/09
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    This was a popular side dish for a summer BBQ. Much lighter than the usual potato salad, and the garlic gives it a good kick. I used fingerling potatoes, cut in half, and needed to increase the cooking time by about 15 minutes.

  • judithrus Posted: 07/05/09
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    I made this potato salad for a July 4th dinner that included Roasted Lobster with Ginger Dipping Sauce also from the CL website. I did cook the potatoes five minutes longer than the recipe states and I used Greek style low fat yogurt and Italian parsley. Everyone enjoyed this dish and I will definitely make it again. I am anxious to try some variations such as different mustard flavors or herbs.

  • Jennifer88 Posted: 07/12/09
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    Excellent. This is a refreshing change from mayo-based potato salads. My potatoes were big, so I cut them into eighths. Based on reviews, I roasted them for a lot longer than the recipe called for. It took about an hour before they were crispy brown. I used nonfat Greek yogurt; the dressing was excellent. Next time: less parsley and more scallions.

  • tara31 Posted: 05/16/10
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    Very good - simple and easy! Next time I'll cut the potatoes down to 2 lbs. as 3 was far too much for a bbq with 8 guests. Will also reduce the parley and add a bit more mustard. Light and delicious!

  • dayhiker Posted: 06/12/09
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    I've been making this recipe for 10 years! I now use sweet potatoes. Since I don't always have plain yogurt around, I substitute sour cream - tastes just as good.


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