I love me some potato salad but I HATE mayonnaise. Unfortunately, most pre-made potato salads at grocery stores use mayonnaise to hold the ingredients together. One store near my parents sells a potato salad made with mustard, but since I live an hour and a half from there, it’s not really easy to get.
So, I decided to make my own. I mean, potato salad isn’t that hard and this is just substituting mustard for mayonnaise. Since it’s just me and my hubby who eat it, it didn’t take too long to make and didn’t use too many potatoes (I’m not a huge fan of peeling potatoes, but I don’t really know anyone who is!).
I used Gulden’s spicy mustard. I LOVE that stuff. This is one of our favorite side dishes, and it goes great with the veggie burgers we cook out on the grill.
10 Russett potatoes
1 small jar Gulden’s spicy brown mustard
2-3 stalks celery
1-2 dill pickles
1. Peel and cube potatoes, boil until soft.
2. Spread potatoes on a cookie sheet for about 10 minutes to cool. While cooling, chop celery.
3. Combine potatoes, mustard and celery in a bowl. Grate pickles over salad.
4. Chill in refrigerator.
Like it? PIN IT!