- 2 lbs Petite Red PotatoesQuartered
- 1/3 cup Purple OnionChopped
- 2 stalks CeleryDiced
- handful DillChopped
- 4 spears Dill PickleChopped
- 3/4 cup Mayonnaise
- 2 tablespoons Yellow Mustard
- 3 Hard Boiled EggsChopped
- 3 tablespoons Dill Pickle JuiceOr to taste
- To taste Black and WhiteBlack and White = Salt & Pepper
I’ve always been a pickle lover. The good news is that isn’t strange, there are lots of lovers of pickles in the world and maybe later today I’ll google to see if there is a super secret society out there that I can join.
I ran across a Dill Pickle recipe on Pinterest a few years back and then over time modified it into something spectacular. It doesn’t require a whole lot of ‘stuff’ to make it because over the years I’ve turned into a fan of letting ingredients speak for themselves. For that reason there isn’t a lot of ‘extras’ in this recipe. Lets Love the dill pickle, not hide it under a bunch of ‘stuff’. This recipe for easy Dill Pickle Potato Salad will not disappoint anyone that tries it and is a perfect side dish for summer barbecues, or to take to potlucks.
Whether you’re having a barbecue with friends or just wanting to have a side dish to your easy dinner or hotdogs this will hit the spot. I have served it with brats, smoked pulled pork, sandwiches, ribs and my Carne Asada. It’s also a smash at potlucks!
It just requires a bag of petite potatoes, some dill and a few hard boiled eggs. The rest of the ingredients you more than likely have in your fridge ready to go.
Dill Pickle Potato Salad is always a hit and always manages to disappear. Give it a try! You won’t be disappointed.
Drain the cooked potatoes. Run cold water over them to stop the cooking process. Make sure all the water is drained and that the potatoes are no longer hot to the touch.
Add mayonnaise and mustard to the mix and stir it all up. Make sure you are reaching all the way to the bottom of the bowl to get all those wonderful morsels fully incorporated. Now add your pickle juice and stir. Start with a tablespoon or two, taste, add more if necessary, stop when you're satisfied that you have the perfect potato salad for you and your loved ones, co-workers or whomever you're going to serve this too.