Jun 21, 2009

Baby Red Potato Salad




This potato salad is absolutely delicious, especially if you're not a fan of traditional potato salad loaded with mayonnaise. Red potatoes provide vitamin C, vitamin B6, potassium, iron, and dietary fiber. Eaten with their skins on, they are even higher in fiber.

I found this recipe from Paula Deen and was surprised to see a lighter recipe from her, but the ratings were 5 stars so I figured it had to be good! I modified it a bit further reduce the points, but you would never know. This potato salad is a keeper and got lots of kudos at my Father's Day luncheon.

Baby Red Potato Salad
Gina's Weight Watcher Recipes
Servings: 6 Size: 3/4 cups Old Points: 2 pts • Points+: 3 pts 
Calories: 107.2 • Fat: 3.2 g • Carbs: 17.8 g • Fiber: 2.1 g • Protein: 2.2 g


  • 4 cups baby red potatoes, cut in small pieces
  • 1/2 cup green bell pepper, finely diced
  • 1/4 cup red onion, finely diced
  • 3 scallions, diced
  • 1 tsp dijon mustard
  • 1 tbsp extra virgin olive oil
  • 1 tbsp red wine vinegar
  • 1 tbsp reduced fat mayonnaise
  • salt and fresh pepper

Boil potatoes in salted water until soft, approx 10 minutes. Drain and let cool.

While the potatoes are boiling, combine red onion, green pepper, mustard, olive oil, vinegar and mayonnaise and season with salt and pepper. Mix well and let the flavors marinade while the potatoes cook. Once the potatoes are done and cool, mix into the bowl and add scallions and additional salt and pepper to taste. Serve room temperature or refrigerate until ready to serve.

Another delicious potato salad I absolutely love:
Potato Salad with Green Beans

137 comments :

  1. I usually hate potato salad. I am not a fan of mayo, but this one looks great!

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  2. I'm sure this will be good. Reminds me of my mom's recipe which is to marinate the potatoes and onions overnight in Italian salad dressing.
    Can't wait to try this!

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  3. This looks very yummy. I've been looking for a more healthier version of potatoe salad. I can't wait to try it.

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  4. Hi Gina! Thanx for dropping by my blog & leaving a comment! :)

    Your recipes on here look delicious!!! I'm bookmarking u! ;)

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  5. I've never understood the really heavy potato salads. I want something light and refreshing during the summer. This looks perfect!

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  6. it does look just about perfect!

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  7. This potato salad seems very classy to me! I dislike the mayo-glued potato cobblers that you usually find in BBQ parties because they lack flavour and have too much bad stuff, but this looks great, light and healthy!

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  8. I made this and it was delicious, thanks!

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  9. This salad is delicious! I will definitely be taking this to picnics and making it for myself on a regular basis! Soooo good!

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  10. I made this salad yesterday and my husband who is very finicky about his potato salad couldn't say enough positive things about it! It was really a nice change from the usual potato salad with mayo. Definitely a keeper for my files.

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  11. I'm not a potato salad person at all, but i made this to take to a BBQ. It was a total hit! I even liked it! The best part was the reactions when i told everyone it was a WW recipe :)

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  12. I am a little concerned that some of the points on your weight watchers A-Z points food list don't match up with the points calculator on the actual WW website. How did you arrive at your totals? I appreciate all the work that must have gone into its creation and mean no disrespect. Just concerned about sticking with the plan.

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  13. The A-Z points food list was a helpful link I found to use when you are in a pinch. It's not my site. I use my weight watchers book and my calculator to figure out the points. I actually haven't used that site in a while, I'm surprised the points don't match. They always used to when I used to check. Thanks for the info.

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  14. I am loving your website. I haven't tried any of the recipes yet, but there are several that look awesome, that I haven't seen anywhere else. Thank you for converting over to WW points. The more diverse the menu, the easier it is to stick with the program.

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  15. pinebeltgirl12/22/09, 3:10 PM

    I just made this today and it is delicious!!!! I couldn't stop eating it. I am picky about my potato salad because most are too heavy, but this one is very light and has just enough mayonnaise. I also liked the dijon mustard in it. I will be making this again, everyone should try it.

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  16. this was a really good potato salad. I might sub all scallions for the red onion next time just cause i'm not a big raw onion fan - but everyone else didn't mind them! This was a perfect mix of flavor & moisture!

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  17. I absolutely loved this! I've never been a big potato salad fan, but I couldnt stop eating it!

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  18. I was wondering if the larger size red potatoes will work in this dish. I love the baby reds but where I live they are really over priced. Thank you for all your wonderful recipes. I make one almost everyday and everything is delicious.

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  19. Sure, just cut them smaller. You're welcome and Thank you :)

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  20. Made this one as a side for Easter this year and it was pretty good! I doubled the recipe and I think I might have accidentally left out the mayo update, but it was still pretty good! Letting everything marinate a little while really helps all the flavors to blend together!

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  21. I have always made a version of this. Fun additions: capers, pitted Kalamatta olives, celery, dash of dill, dash of lemon juice....

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  22. Really, really good. I made this on Easter and everyone loved it. They had a hard time believing how little fat was in in. Thank you so much for doing this blog. Have a good weekend.

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  23. I just finished making this - it turned out awesome! I used stone ground mustard instead of dijon and it worked out well. I also topped it with hormel's pre-cooked bacon pieces-yum! Thanks for the great recipe.

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  24. I made this last night.... it was sooo amazingly good i don't know what to say! I did play around with the recipe and instead of pepper I used corn but it was still so good! thanks for such a yum recipe!

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  25. Delicious!!! I made this last night and it was a hit! My brother kept walking by and scrunching his nose but he was the first to clean his plate! Love it! Thanks!!

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  26. Thanks for leaving your comments!! This is excellent, one would never know it's low in fat!

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  27. I made this tonight for a bbq dinner. It was fantastic. Thank you! :)

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  28. love, love, love this recipe! Best potato salad I ever had! Truly restaurant quality! Thank you so much!

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  29. this potato salad is EXCELLENT....took it to a bbq and it was a huge hit! Subbed the green peppers for red, and the green onions for chives, and the red onion for white and it was still wonderful! I used subs because this is what I had on hand. Also, I microwave my potatoes. Cut them up, salt them, put a bit of water on them, and hit the "fresh vegetable" button on my microwave. Perfect every time! Thanks for the recipe....

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  30. @WW member - I always sub things for whatever I have on hand! I like the sound of the vegetable button on your microwave.

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  31. I made this potato salad tonight and love it!
    Hard to believe it is low fat.

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  32. I plan on making this tonight, but I have a question that's probably not a big deal but I'd really like to know.

    Do you cut up the potatoes before you boil them?

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  33. Yes, I like to cut them up before, they cook quicker that way.

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  34. I think I'm going to try it for 4th of July! I can't wait!!! Thanks!

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  35. I was wondering if you could substitute apple cider vinegar instead of using red wine vinegar. Would it drastically change the taste? I just don't feel like running to the store again! haha

    Thanks!

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  36. I'm sure cider vinegar would be fine. Go for it!

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  37. I made this for our 5th of July cookout. It was fab! Gina, do you happen to have a baked bean recipe? I'd love to pair this with a great bb recipe and lean burgers or grilled chicken on an Archer's sandwich round. Loved this recipe!

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  38. This was an awesome recipe, I will defiantly be making this again!

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  39. I don't have a baked bean recipe, but I'll work on that! I know someone who makes amazing baked beans, I'll get her recipe!

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  40. Wonderful! I make the best creamy fattening potato salad, but I only make it when those who expect it of me will be around to help eat it! I just made this and it might be a good substitute! No one has mentioned if it holds well overnight. Does it?

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  41. This has become our new favorite potato salad, as I have made it the past 3 weekends, LOL! It is so nice to have a change from all the mayonnaise based ones, and it is very easy to make. I am new to your site and look forward to trying even more recipes. Thanks so much!

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  42. This was by far the best low-fat version of potato salad ever!! Keep up the great work! I love your site and your recipes!!!

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  43. This recipe has become a staple in my home. The flavors mix well together and this is a great side dish to compliment any meal!

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  44. I made this last night. I think I cut my potatoes a bit too big. It was a bit dry. I'll try it again for sure though, it has potential.

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  45. This is an incredible recipe. I made it last night and my family loved it! Including my sister, who despises the mayo-fest that is normal potato salad.

    Thank you for sharing all these recipes. I can't wait to follow more of them!

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  46. Can you think of anything to substitute the mayo with, I'm allergic to eggs, but really would love to have potato salad, it's been years....

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  47. Hey Gina!
    Do you know the new points conversion for this salad? I love potato salad and would love to make this!
    Thanks!!

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  48. I made this the other day & loved it. Thanks!

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  49. Hi Gina,

    I love your blog! Do you posting the NI or the Points Plus for this recipe?

    Thanks!

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  50. I made this today, and I am so pleased. I used celery rather than green pepper since that is what I had on hand. I will definitely be making this again!

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  51. how many point plus values is this?

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  52. Does anyone know the points plus for this recipe?

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  53. This was delicious! I love your blog Gina and can't thank you enough for helping me to find wonderful low point weight watcher meals.

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  54. I just got done making this and can't wait to try it tonight with dinner!! I don't normally like potato salad but this one looks great!! Thank you for all your hard work!! :)

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  55. I don't like deli potato salad, but homemade potato salad is wonderful! So happy you all agree!!

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  56. Would it be okay to roast the potatoes instead of boiling them? I know it would be more work, but I want to be sure it wouldn't cause the texture to be off or anything...

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  57. I would like to make this today for a bbq tomorrow, how does it hold over night???

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  58. I haven't tried this with roasted potatoes but you can certainly make this the night before.

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  59. YUM! This potato salad was the perfect addition to my dinner tonight! I forgot to add the mayo and ate it without and it still tasted great. I added it in after and the mayo leaves a smoother taste. Definitely one I'll put in my recipe book!! :)

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  60. i overcooked the potatoes a tid bit, but didn't love the taste of this potato salad. Perhaps I'd try it again and leave out the Dijon. the taste was too 'pickled' for me, could have been the red wine vinegar

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  61. Sounds great..Put this on my menu for this week.

    I'm making the asian meatballs and fried rice for tonight and chili in the crockpot for tomorrow.

    I went to my WW meeting last night and lost 4 pounds thanks to your great recipes.

    Love this site. Thanks for all u do.
    Mary

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  62. I made this today with my Memorial Day meal, including your turkey burgers with zucchini on the grill. Everything turned out great. I like the flavor of the potato salad. I've learned SO many new recipes thanks to your blog. You're helping me lose weight & eat great meals, thank you!

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  63. This is a great recipe! I was so depressed to hear that potato salad was 8 points+ for a cup. When I found this I was so relieved...I can now enjoy potato salad again. Will definitely make again.

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  64. I'd suggest using greek yogurt as a replacement for mayo!

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  65. Made this last night for a bbq. Everyone loved it! Including me and I don't usually like potato salad!

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  66. This was great! I upped the dijon to a tablespoon (LOVE dijon) and did a little less onions. Big hit with my family, too! Great summer potato salad.

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  67. This is delicious! My family loved it! I'll be making this potato salad again. Thanks for your yummy recipes! They make it easy to stick to my weight watchers plan yet still enjoying my favorite foods.

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  68. I made this today and like it very much. The bell pepper flavors the dressing, so if you don't care for that flavor I would cut back on the amount of bell pepper used. The dressing is nice and tangy, definitely a new twist of mayonnaise dressings.

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  69. I just made this tonight for supper along with the Baked Chicken w/ Dijon & Lime. Making the Skinny Strawberry fool for dessert too!

    This potato salad is really really good! In fact, I really wasn't expecting it to be so good! lol (I'm not usually a big fan of low-fat cooking, but apparently YOU know how to flavor things up!) We don't like bell pepper, so I left it out. I really cannot wait to sit down and eat! ( & to try all your other recipes! Thanks for all your hard work on this site.)

    Waiting on the chicken to finish cooking, can't wait to try it! =)

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  70. I'm glad you all liked it, I really love this potato salad myself!

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  71. I love this! I made it last night for my roomate along with some baked tilapia. It has an amazing amount of flavor and it was perfect for a hot rainy night. I love ALL of your recipies. I started weight watchers this week and I'm down 3 pounds thanks to your awesome recipes.

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  72. I made this Saturday night with your pollo sabroso. It was so good! Love the vinegar and the lightness of the sauce. The next day I cut up some of the cold chicken and mixed in, still tasty! I want to try adding some fresh veggies after the potatoes soak up some of the sauce.

    Steph

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  73. Gina,

    thank you! thank you! for this recipe, I made it last night and it was DELICIOUS and even better today, I'm having this for lunch

    thank you, I will make the enchiladas tonite

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  74. Gina,
    This is delicious! I made it tonight and the smell was amazing so I ate it as soon as it was cool enough. I realized while making it I didn't have any mayo so I used light sour cream and it gave it just a tiny bit of sweet/tangyness. The sauce is so light! I think I may make a dressing from it. Thanks again!!!

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  75. I made this tonight with another recipe i found on here, (http://www.skinnytaste.com/2011/04/chicken-rollatini-with-prosciutto-and.html), and it was amaaaaazing together. My 18 month old daughter also loved it :)

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  76. I've been meaning to post on this recipe.
    My mom is a totally great cook- but hyper critical of other's cooking. she has also successfully lost 80 lbs on WW.
    Even this recipe WOW'd her at a cookout over the summer at our house. I make skinny taste a "shortcut" on her home computer!

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  77. Just mixed this up to go with broiled salmon for dinner and even without marinating, I can tell it's going to be delicious. Love having so many options for healthy eating. It makes getting back to the pre-holiday weight so much easier. Thank you Gina!

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  78. Granny00won1/15/12, 6:38 AM

    I made this the Paula Deen way last night, with kielbasa. I had not yet seen your recipe It was delicious, but I'll definitely use your recipe next time,but omit the mayo. Makes it more picnic friendly. Needs no refrigeration.

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  79. I am new to your website - a friend told me about it a few weeks ago, have already made about 7 of your recipes and they are amazing! Have already made this salad twice and its fantastic!

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  80. Hi Gina,

    What are the tiny symbols next to the servings and size below the recipe?? Thanks!

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  81. Made this for dinner tonight...was wonderful!!! Thanks!!

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  82. I am a little confused....do we combine the onion, green pepper, etc while the potatoes are boiling or mix it in after...the recipe was not too clear to me.

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  83. This recipe is AMAZING!!!! My hubby is picky as can be so I left out the red wine vinegar from the sauce and it didn't seem to miss anything. I am so excited to have found your site and this is just one of many recipes that I can't wait to try!!!

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  84. The recipe is an excellent. See my recipe on http://www.potatorecipesblog.com/scalloped-potatoes/

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  85. This was AWESOME!! I usually don't eat potato salad because I am not a big fan of mayo, but this was delicious!! The dijon mustard gave it such a great flavor, and the mayo was just the right amount!! LOVE, LOVE, LOVED IT!!

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  86. Made this tonight with the slow cooker pulled pork and it was good but I wasn't blown away, until I added some dill. Then it was like a flavor explosion in my mouth!! I make a killer potato salad but it's just that, a "diet" killer! So this was a nice change. Great recipe! It's nice to have a recipe I don't feel guilty about. I was very skeptical about the sauce being enough to cover the potatoes and boy was I wrong. Never would have thought it would be enough. Just goes to show you learn something new every day!
    Oh on a side note: I also boil a couple of cloves of garlic (coarsely chopped) with the potatoes, They help take out the "blah" flavor of the plain boiled potato =)

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  87. I finally got around to making a batch this weekend, and it is SO good! I love potato salad, and am always sad that I have to avoid it a delis, barbeques, etc. This really hits the spot. I like the above poster's idea of putting in a little dill. I'll do that next time. I'm not a fan of raw bell pepper so I used celery in its place, and it turned out very well. Thanks, Gina!

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    1. =) Thanks Kris, I grew up with dill in everything so it just didn't taste right without it. I also used celery as my boyfriend doesn't care for bell peppers. I also should mention, one of my very close friends highly recommended this recipe (more like NAGGED) and she suggested omitting the vinegar. (she tried it with and didn't like it) so I left it out as well because I'm not a fan of vinegar. I only mention this because I don't know how the dill would marry with the vinegar and that the vinegar would overpower the dill.

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  88. Made this for dinner tonight - with boca burgers. SO good! It totally felt like I was cheating on my diet. Will definitely make this one again! (p.s. - I'm not a green bell pepper fan, either, but I followed the recipe and it was perfect - the pepper flavor was very subtle and really complimented the other ingredients)

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  89. Excellent recipe! We substituted Fage Greek yogurt for the mayo and it added a nice zing to it while lowering the fat content as well! We will definitely make this one again!

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  90. Made this for Memorial Day and it was a big hit. How great to be able to eat potato salad while following Weight Watchers! I didn't change a thing but might try adding some dill just to change it up a bit next time (although it certainly doesn't need to be changed...I just like to vary things from time to time). Be careful not to overcook potatoes. Gina's directions to cook for 10 minutes is perfect.

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  91. Another winner! I made this for Memorial Day also and everyone loved it! My husband asked me if I could make it again tonight. Thanks Gina!!

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  92. Great potato salad!! I don't like mayo so used a little 0% greek yogurt instead and it turned out really well. Big hit with my hubby!

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  93. I was skeptical, but this was delicious and was a huge hit at the BBQ I took it too! Thanks so much!!

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  94. add some fresh garlic and cilantro for a kick!

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  95. Delicious Recipe! My hubby is skeptical about healthy recipes but he absolutely loved this recipe ... he even asked for seconds :) Thank you Gina!!

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  96. I would like to make this with veganaisse. Does anyone know if it will turn out good? My daughter is vegan. I realize it will change the nutritional information.

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  97. Made this last night (my first skinnytaste recipe) and it was great! So light and flavorful. We had it with grilled pork chops cooked in dijon. Thanks!

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  98. Made this for 4th of July picnic. It made enough for 6-7 people to have 1 scoop. If you have a big event, you might want to double the recipe. I'm from the south and we're used to a creamy potato salad, but everyone said it tasted good. I added a tbsp of honey mustard b/c I don't like the taste of dijon. I did make the "dressing" and then leave it in the cooler for about 6 hours and it smelled wonderful when I took it out (much better than when I made it). I'll make this again for my family.

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  99. Made this for the 4th today!!! Oh my gosh! Fantastic!!! Perfect! I love a lighter potato salad with lots of zing and zest! :) Thank you!

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  100. I just made this for our July 4th BBQ and it is soooooooooooooo good!!!

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  101. Trying this for our 4th of July bbq tonight...it looks delicious!! We are always looking for healthier versions of our favorite foods and we use a lot of your amazing recipes!

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  102. I made this two days ago and it did not last, so am making another batch as I type this. I left out the mayo and it was still good! YUM!!!

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  103. My children are allergic to eggs. Subbed in greek yogurt and this salad was great. I have found using kosher salt, really helps season potatoes.

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  104. I saw this on Pinterest and made it tonight....YUM!! You are the best!

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  105. I made this over the weekend and it was delish! I will use this recipe from now on! Thank you Gina!

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  106. This potato salad was delicious!!! I used a bag of baby red, purple and gold potatoes which added even more color to the salad. Next time I think I will do the greek yogurt which was suggested in previous posts because my husband and I are greek yogurt fanatics.

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  107. I made this and it was wonderful! Very easy, and still very tasty for being so much lighter than the traditional deli potato salad. I liked the ratio of potatoes to sauce; they were well-covered without totally swimming in it, so I would definitely suggest sticking to the measurements. It was a great side for a grilling out night.

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  108. Hello, just found this site. I love it so far. I make potato salad with mustard, very little mayo. Have you ever made it that way?

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  109. My husband and I just had this for dinner and we both loved it. Thanks so much for the recipe! It was really simple and quick to make, without a lot of ingredients. Perfect! :)

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  110. Made this and substituted reduced fat sour cream for the mayo. Served it warm and it was delicious!

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  111. I have made this twice so far. It is delicious!!!

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  112. DARN! I want to make this, but don't have hardly any of the ingredients! This looks yummy...

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  113. This was delicious! I actually doubled the "sauce" part of the recipe. Used low fat mayo.

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  114. I love this recipe. It is light, great for summer, easy and low in calories!! I really am glad I stumbled on your site! You rock!!

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  115. In response to the post that the WW points do not seem to compute, I am currently on WW and use E-Tools. I went on the WW Site and using the points calculator on track your food page, this potato salad checked out right on point. It is 3 points per serving. I used the following numbers. 3 fat, 18 carbs, 2 fiber and 2 protein and it computed out to 3 points plus per serving. I checked other recipes also, I think it was the Bangin Good Grilled Shrimp and the Eggplant Parm and those computed out to the same amount of points Plus also. I think your recipes are WW points plus accurate at least from my calculations on the WW website.

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    1. Yes, I am really careful to avoid mistakes, although it happens from time to time, but they are usually caught right away from you lovely fans!

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  116. I love your recipes..So grateful to find so many options that really taste good and everyone can enjoy without feeling deprived while striving to fight and win
    the battle of the bulge... :-)

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  117. Just made it and it tastes delicious. I bet it will be even better when it sits for a couple hours until dinner time. My mayo was expired so I used sour cream, and I might stir in some chopped parsley just becausevi have so much. Thanks for a new favorite.

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  118. So Yummy! Hubby loves it too. So light and refreshing. best potato salad ever!

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  119. I have been making this potato salad all summer. Since on WW I stayed away from potato salads, but found this version and honestly have to say that my entire family enjoys it more than the recipe that calls for all the mayo. Thank you. Try this version, you wont be disappointed.

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  120. I loved it, hubby prefers the mayo style. Add lots of salt, for the best flavor. I salted the water, and salted the wet ingredients, but had to add salt 2 more times. I thought it was perfect though! May add some hard-boiled egg next time.

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  121. I tried this but added another half amount of ingredients and two hard boiled eggs. DELICIOUS! My hubby had some and loved it! I told him not bad for low fat as I was gobbling it down and he said I think it only counts as low fat if you don't eat it all in one sitting haha but it was so good!

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  122. This look great, but for the bell pepper can't eat any of the bell family. What would you suggest for another raw pepper that I can use?

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  123. It was delicious. My husband couldn't stop eating it. The only change I made was to add some fresh dill because I love dill in my potato salad. Otherwise, it was perfect as is. Thank you!

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  124. I am so sorry excited to make this for my husbands surprise BBQ/party on Thursday I can hardly stand it. I have been using your recipes for 4 months now and have lost over 20 pounds the best part is my husband can't even tell their diet recipes they're just so good!

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  125. So good! I swapped the green pepper for celery since that's what I had, very good.

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  126. Very delicious! Serving with your stuffed buffalo chicken for dinner tonight :)

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  127. I added grilled chicken, yellow bells, and orange bells to this. SO GOOD! Thanks so much for sharing!

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  128. I added a tsp of honey and a few sprinkles of paprika... oh my gosh! Delish!

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  129. Made this tonight added some for spices and omitted the green pepper and red onion because I didn't have it but this was VERY tasty! Would definitely make again and it was really creamy even though it had very little mayo in it!

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