Faux Potato Salad
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Used frozen riced cauliflower medley and sweet pickles instead of dill. Left out the olives and radishes (which I don't care for). Recipe turned out very well!
I had this at a picnic several years ago, no one would own up to making it. I don't think they wanted to share the recipe. I have it now!! Thank you so much!! I love it!!
I really liked this Faux Potato salad! I made it exactly as the recipe said to make it. The only thing I think that was different was I only had a small head of cauliflower, which made the dressing amount and veggie ratio just right. I also steamed the cauliflower to my desired tenderness. It was about 3-4 minutes. This was a great alternative to using real potatoes since I’m diabetic. I took it a 4th of July picnic and it was a hit. I will be making this all the time.
While I like the idea and the taste etc. I think that the cauliflower was overcooked. I did use extra vegetables and added peppers. 1/4 c of mayo is not even close to enough. I do not like potatoes and I really dislike most peoples potato salad. I did like this and so did my other half.
This is a good quick salad-but I hardly think it matches a real potato salad. Cauliflower has a taste all it's own
Pretty tasty. I only cooked the cauliflower for 3-4 min. then chopped it up a bit. Agree that it is misleading to call it potato salad as there are few similarities.
Great array of flavors and textures. I added a bit more veggies I had on hand. The juice of 1 medium lemon really made this dish come alive!
The ingredients are a nice mix and we seasoned it to our liking. The name is misleading to make a comparison to potato salad, which it definitely is not. Why not "Summer Salad" or other title.
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Loved this! Very fresh and colorful too.