5 servings (serving size: about 1 cup)

"For years, we grew several varieties of potatoes, but keeping ahead of the beetles was a full-time job. Finally, we decided to call it quits, and we gave up growing potatoes. But we'll never stop eating them." Mike Kressy.

How to Make It

Step 1

To prepare the dressing, combine the first 6 ingredients in a small bowl.

Step 2

To prepare the salad, place potato in a saucepan, and cover with water. Bring to a boil, reduce heat, and simmer 9 minutes or until tender. Drain and cool. Combine the dressing, potato, celery, parsley, peas, and chives in a large bowl, and toss well.

Ratings & Reviews

OmiJMK's Review

July 17, 2011

ParsonMS's Review

September 03, 2010
I was so surprised at how delicious this potato salad is. Knowing it contains so many fewer calories helped me to enjoy it immensely. I followed the recipe exactly and love it! With this salad we had hot dogs and sweet corn.

dmt4641's Review

May 31, 2010
I am not a huge potato salad person, but I really liked this recipe. I really liked the addition of sour cream. I had a lot of dressing when following the recipe exactly, so if you do not like a lot of dressing, don't add all of it.

lollypaul's Review

August 02, 2009
Everyone loved this potato salad! I used green onion tops instead of chives, and left the skins on the Yukon potatoes (I used the mini-ones). Delicious and a little different!

HBlackPhoto's Review

June 25, 2009
I grow fresh herbs and am always looking for ways to incorporate them in all my dishes. I tried this recipe last summer and even my father who is not a big potato salad eater, loved this. I left out the peas, but did the rest per the recipe. We love peas, and I'm sure it's good that way, too, but I'm just not feeling like I'd like them in my potato salad.

MerLevy's Review

May 26, 2009
This potato salad had no taste.

kgrace29's Review

May 10, 2009
so delicious!!