By Kevin Williams
Everyone has their own Easter traditions. In our family, at least my Mom's side, it wasn't Easter without my grandma's potato salad. Man, it was good. My grandma would gather with her sisters the day before Easter and they would work up the potato salad, stirring, mixing, and sampling until they got it just right. In later years, Grandma would say they used "six spoons" to taste the salad as they made it. Glad they got a clean spoon each time. Plus they'd use the big spoons to stir, so it was a very well-spooned salad. But when they got it right, man, it was good. One regret: I never salted it. Honestly, I was probably 30 years old before I picked up a salt shaker. I just never salted anything growing up. My wife salts everything she eats. I've grown to like salt on some foods, and my grandma's potato salad is one that I think some salt would have really added some zing to...I mean, it was delicious without...my mother-in-law also makes an amazing potato salad and I always salt that and it tastes even more amazing...
Easter just isn't Easter without her potato salad.....so glad I got the recipe from her before she passed away....
here is the recipe:
ROSANNA'S "WOW" SHREDDED POTATO SALAD: What makes Rosanna's potato salad so amazing is that it features shredded potatoes and that allows for the moist ingredients to really get all over the potatoes and, yes, it is just "wow." It's a different potato salad experience than my Grandma's salad, but an amazing taste. Click here.
Classic Amish Potato Salad - click here for your standard, classic, good Amish recipe.
Sweet Amish Potato Salad - This features a bit more of a sweet taste, delicious, click here!
The Amish Cook's Grandma Raber's Potato Salad - Click here.