Wednesday, September 2, 2009

German Roasted Potato Salad

Dear All,
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When I first started to explore various cuisines I always went for simple and easy dishes which require minimum buying of ingredients. I usually go for bakes as I truly love to bake and the materials required are more or less the same ie eggs, flour, butter etc. I love to try different salads and soups too usually for my dinner, as i like my dinner to be light and fulfilling. Some weeks back i had this delicious salad with mustard sauce dressing in my office cafeteria and fell head over heals in love with the dressing. I have made this dressing many a times at home as its quite easy and personally I love the tangy taste of mustard and vinegar together.

When i came accross Boby Flay's German Potato Salad, i couldnt resist my self and gave it a try right away as the dressing used here is very much similar to my fav mustard dressing. This salad is also known as the Hot German Potato Salad, basically because its served warm. This is a traditional salad from Germany and usually made with bacon. Originally the recipe calls for boiled potatoes but i have used roasted potatoes. 

German potato salad, actually from southern Poland, is a popular variation which is generally served warm. It is typically more sour in taste and contains pork or bacon. Potato salad from northern Germany, however, is generally based on mayonnaise and quite similar to its US counterpart - Source Wikepedia.
Sending this to A.W.E.D German - Hosted by Laskhmi of Kitchen Chronicles an event started by DK of the ChefInYou


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Original Recipe can be found here

Ingredients:
4 big potatoes peeled and diced
2 medium onions sliced
1 tbsp of olive oil
2 tbsp of apple cider vinegar
2 tbsp of mustard sauce
Salt and Pepper as per taste
1 tbsp of freshly chopped parsley


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Proecudure:
  •  Preheat the oven to 200 degrees C.
  • Arrange the potatoes in an oven proof vessel, drizzle the olive oil and some salt and pepper. Mix properly so that potatoes are well covered with oil and seasoning.
  • Bake the potatoes for 40 to 45 mins until they are cooked. Make sure you turn the potatoes every 10 to 12 mins.
  • In a seperate pan, add little olive oil, about a tsp and saute the onions for 3 to 4 mins, until soft.
  • Carefully add in the vinegar and mustard paste, along with salt and pepper.
  • Take the pan off the heat and mix properly.
  • Now add in the oven baked potatoes and mix to cover the potatoes with the dressing.
  • Add freshly chopped parsley, adjust the seasoning and serve warm.
  • You can serve this salad with some sour cream as well. 
Verdict? An easy and delightful salad when served with sour cream serves as an excellent accompanient for soups and breads !!
 

86 comments:

  1. That looks like a delicious salad!

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  2. Great salad and very nice clicks...

    Got an award for u, plz accept it dear:)

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  3. Parita,
    roasted german potatoes are looking very good, must be very healthy also...liked your`new layout here ..feels so refreshing!!
    hugs and smiles

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  4. Hey Parita, this looks awesome...just back from Germany..wish I had tasted this there.

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  5. Truly an easy and delightful salad Parita :-). Love the look of it. I bet it tastes as amazing as it looks.

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  6. Stunning picture Parita.. Love the idea of roasting it in the oven, instead of frying.. Simple and yummy

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  7. Yumm! Salads are the total health food. I made Koshambari yes'day!
    Potato certainly adds to the appeal bit!

    Cheerz
    Ashwini.

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  8. I can always go for a good helping of potato salad. I think this would be perfect to have to celebrate the end of summer.

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  9. Thats a gorgeous potato salad Parita..looks yum..

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  10. Lovely potato salad Parita.... nice click ...

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  11. Never had this combo if potatoes with mustard and vinegar dressing...looks very delicious...lovely click too :)

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  12. Lovely salad and a very beautiful click.

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  13. Great salad it looks so tasty and healthy so no need to feel guilty going back for more. :-)

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  14. looks wonderful ... must be very flavorful...

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  15. Great salad... Looks delicious.... Nice pictures...

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  16. wow!! That's just gorgeous. feels like grabbing the bowl.

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  17. wow.. its really amazing.. looks yummy.. nice click..

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  18. German salad! it's totally new to me. Life is so short to taste different cuisines from all over the world. :)
    Btw, pics are so bright and good.

    http://sevenspice.wordpress.com

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  19. Great pictures and what a simple recipe, sounds great.

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  20. This looks so delicious! Especially with sour cream, yummy!

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  21. this looks really good love the color and info love your blog will follow Rebecca

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  22. perfect looking salad dear. We love ever dish of potato so will try this too.

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  23. I love mustard, and the salad looks healthy and a quicky to make.

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  24. Thank u for the kind words dear.I will be back within 2 months.pbs r being solved.


    pls do accept the 'Fabulous Blog Award' from my blog.

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  25. I am back, I am back... this dish looks absolutely interesting. I haven't had anything like this before and sure it would be my favorite cause of potato... :)

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  26. A completely new recipe for me and got to try this as I have a Potato lover at home :D

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  27. hey, parita, the blog looks so refreshing, it's awesome, both, the salad too, the pics are beautiful, looks delicious, kids might love them

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  28. Thats a very delicious salad...nice click parita..

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  29. U kno both of us r potato lovers.... :P i kno many say its a way to free urself :P but this sala luks so tempting :)...i will try it...

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  30. That salad looks fantastic and tasty!

    I use Philadelphia cream cheese (Migros, Manor, Denner & Coop) and buy Graham Crackers from an American store here in Geneva(www.americanmarket.ch).

    Cheers,

    Rosa

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  31. Hi Parita,
    Good to see you after a long time :) and must say that your new template looks damn cool! the snaps are to die for :) love potatoes in any form and I am a fan of easy and quick recipes ;)
    thanks for sharing the the super hot recipe babe ;)
    Ejoy!
    God bless!
    Stay in touch
    Thanks so much for your concern :) :)
    TC

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  32. those are gorgeous pictures parita!! anything with potatoes is right up my alley - this is such a simple and yum sounding salad!

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  33. Roasting the potatoes must have made them crunchier. A quick and excellent salad.

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  34. The combination of potatoes and mustard sauce sounds so delicious....I'm sure this salad tasted great!

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  35. sounds easy to make and delicious..

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  36. Lovely salad... tempting clicks... wonderful job!!

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  37. new look of the blog looks good.
    all pictures are well taken & potato salad looks mouth watering

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  38. This looks great! I love hot German potato salad too! I amde it once for a German themed dinner party and it tasted so good I made it a few times after that :)

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  39. Oh wow!! that looks so delicious!!!

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  40. great clicks..
    and the salad is surely delicious.

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  41. most of the time...i put chilly powder and fry it...but dis is different one.

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  42. i love potato..ur post added one more yummy recipe to my evergrowing collection

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  43. I love potato and this is perfect!

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  44. This is a great version of potato salad - I love that there is no mayonnaise and sounds great with sour cream instead!

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  45. Wow such a nice click ......looks yum..yum...

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  46. Pick two awards from my blog :) This time its my turn to give it to you :)

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  47. Potatoes in salad is something new:).Looks delicious..:)

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  48. roasted potatoes sounds yumm!

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  49. Droooooooooling....Love it! Love it!

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  50. Thats an easy and healthy salad...

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  51. You have a nice blog out there! Beautiful click of the potato!

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  52. Parita . The german salad recipe is great ! I love potatoes in any form , roasted or boiled !

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  53. WOW Awesome picture and I love this version~!

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  54. salad looks just perfect and delicious! I love anything with potatoes ... :)

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  55. Hi parita the salad is looking awesome dearie... Perfect picture .. wish to have some...

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  56. Looks so bright ...nice pics dear..

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  57. the picture itself is tempting me;)

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  58. That is a good-looking salad which could be made in a jiffy. And ye, send in your entries to my event.

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  59. Thanx Paritha for visiting my blog.
    You have a great collection of recipes.

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  60. yummy salad..nice click...please do participate in my first cooked food event....do check my blog for details

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  61. yummy Salad Paritha. First here and you have a wonderful blog. visit mine if you get a chance. http://iyercooks.blogspot.com

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  62. So neat and simple, Parita!Looks yummy:)

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  63. Hey parita! yummy salad.
    Awesome pics.Which cam r u using?

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  64. Oh, this sounds and looks wonderful! I'm going to print the recipe right now. :o)

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  65. the second German dish in my recent blog-visits! This looks absolutely delicious Parita! I love the idea of onions and potatoes baked together.. nice click!

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  66. I learned to make german potato salad while my stay in German, didn't know there is a roasted version too..pics are too lovely, parita and your new template is very pretty

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  67. hello..first time coming here.. nice yummy blog too..

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  68. Mmm, this looks like great comfort food! The tang of the cider vinegar with the potatoes sounds delicious! I'm trying to branch out and try cooking different types of cuisines too.

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  69. Parsley is always wonderful and VERY high in Vitamin C.

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  70. Using roasted potatoes instead is genius. Kicks up the flavor! I would have used the bacon, though ;-)

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  71. The salad sounds delicious Parita. Glad the problem has been solved.

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  72. I loved the first pic...that looks really great...I thought u already had a SLR!!!....ur cam is doing a good job then yaar...Actually i think its more of a person than camera...:).or both are essential..?..If the camera is good and we dont know how to shoot pic, then whats the use, isnt it?

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  73. I am sure to take this for my lunch to office. Great recipe!

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