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This French Onion Potato Salad combines two summer favorites into one dish, potato salad & French onion dip. A quick and easy recipe, this will easily become a picnic, campout and barbecue must have.
I love potato salad. I actually am one of “those” people who will eat it as their main dish at barbecue. Skip the meat; pass the potatoes. And French onion dip makes me weak in the knees. It has always been the one item I search the food-table for at parties. And if I see it, well, I pretty much will sit by it the entire night.
So when I saw that the Kraft Dips packing got a new makeover at Walmart, including the Green Onion, Bacon and Cheddar & the French Onion, I knew I needed to stock up for this coming weekend’s camping trip. So I did, thinking I’d bring chips and dip up to Red Feather, Colorado. But I my husband was going to make his famous BBQ-rib tinfoil dinners, so I needed to bring some sort of salad, and I instantly knew it would be French Onion Potato Salad instead. With 5 main ingredients, it was easy to make, and well, I took little nibbles – or spoonfuls if I’m being honest, along the way.
I never thought potato salad could get any better. Well it did my friends. This French Onion Potato Salad is so delicious and creamy, and I just can’t wait for our next camp trip, party or picnic so I can make this recipe again.
Cheers to summer, camp trips and rockin’ potato salads.
- 6 cups diced red potatoes
- 1 cup Kraft French Onion Dip
- 1 5-ounce cup plain Greek yogurt
- ¾ cup cooked crumbled bacon, 6 thick slices
- 5 tablespoons chives, chopped
- 1 teaspoon mustard, optional (use brown mustard for some spice)
- Salt and pepper, to taste
In a small mixing bowl, add and stir together Kraft French Onion Dip, plain yogurt and mustard. Set aside.
Place potatoes in a large pot of boiling water and add salt if desired. Bring to a boil and let them simmer 8-12 minutes, or until potatoes are barely tender and easy to pierce with a knife or fork.
Drain the potatoes and allow potatoes to cool. Once cooled add the yogurt mixture and stir together to combine. Season with salt and pepper to taste. Add in crumbled bacon and chives and fold in to incorporate.
Cover and set in the fridge until ready to serve.
Find the new packing make-over Kraft Dips at your local Walmart.