Woche der deutschen Küche: Kartoffelsalat
When you grow up in Wisconsin, potato salad is a fairly common salad. But the "German Potato Salad" I had growing up was...not...what I ate in Germany.
I wonder if the recipes that so many of German heritage here in Wisconsin enjoy are from the generations that immigrated to the US?
I ate a lot of Kartoffelsalat in Germany. As in two servings (at least) at any party I went to. Except for one, that one Kartoffelsalat was not good. It was that bad that I remember it 15 years later. As we say here in Wisconsin: Uff-da.
But the best Kartoffelsalat I ever had, well, today's your lucky day because this is it. Remember that cooking something like potato salad is an art, not a science. Follow the recipe and try it multiple times - you'll get it down after you've made it a few times.
I hope you enjoy many fantastic potato salads with this recipe.
From my kitchen to yours.
Here are your Kartoffelsalat recipe cards in German and in English:
Wenn Sie mal diesen Kartoffelsalat gemacht und gegessen haben, egal ob diese Woche oder ein anderes Mal, kommen Sie zurück und erzählen Sie, wie es war.
When you've tried making this potato salad recipe, whether it's this week or another time, come back and tell us how it went.
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