I thought I would take a break from the bedroom redo and give you a favorite recipe of mine. It's super easy and very thrifty. Two of our favorite things!
Since chives are in season and we are running crazy with them, I try to use them in a lot of recipes. I found a recipe for "Baked Potato Salad" years agp. And I have made it several times because it is so easy and so yummy and not to mention, very inexpensive!
Here's a picture of the ingredients:
How easy and simple are those ingredients!
(I so rarely measure anything so, I hope I can guesstimate it for you)
I had all these little Yukon Gold potatoes that had bad spots so, that is why I thought I would use them up to make this dish.
1 cup of sour cream. Add more if you like it really creamy.
about 1/2 chopped chives
Unfortunately our dill is still to little to chop so, I am using a half of a teaspoon of dried dill that we dried last year. I way prefer the fresh, but oh well.
salt and pepper to taste
Boil potatoes. Let cool (you can leave the skins on if your like potato skins). Slice cooled potatoes into about 1/2 inch slices. In a separate bowl, I toss in the rest of the ingredients and stir everything up. Then I gently toss the potatoes with the dressing (you don't want potato mush LOL). Put in fridge for a bit (let the favors come out). Serve!
I have added crumbled cooked bacon and/or shredded cheddar cheese to this before as well and that is also very tasty. And I have used Ranch dressing instead of sour cream. Which I liked but, I prefer the real baked potato flavor that straight sour cream gives better.
That's it...so easy!
Thank you for visiting! Have a wonderful Day!
A little P.S.
You may have noticed that I have been posting twice a week on Sundays and Wednesdays. As I get back into blogging, this will be my regular scheduled days for new posts. I hope to add a 3rd day later on. Thanks for being patient!