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Put potatoes into medium size bowl. While they are still warm, add salt and pepper and the granulated garlic and onion (however much you prefer for Add yoke/mayo mixture to potatoes. Add the cooked and crumbled bacon and toss lightly.
To begin with this particular recipe, we must first prepare a few components. You can have deviled egg potato salad with bacon using 9 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you can achieve it.
The ingredients needed to make Deviled egg potato salad with bacon:
- Get 4 large red skin potatoes
- Get 4 hard boiled eggs
- Get 1 cup mayo
- Get 2 tablespoons mustard (start there and add to taste from there)
- Make ready 4 strips bacon (all I had left. most definitely add more if you love bacon like I do)
- Get 1 tablespoon paprika
- Make ready 1 teaspoon salt
- Prepare 1/2 teaspoon pepper
- Make ready 3 tablespoon salt for cooking the potatoes
Potatoes and deviled eggs in a creamy dressing make the perfect comforting side dish! From a dill pickle potato salad to a German potato salad topped with extra bacon! I mean, who doesn't love a potato salad at a party. Is it potato salad. . . or is it egg salad???
Steps to make Deviled egg potato salad with bacon:
- Cook potatoes whole skin on in a pot with salt until tender when fork is inserted. Mine took about 20 minutes. Drain and let cool enough to handle to peal them. Once peeled let them cool to close to room temp so they don't fall apart when you slice them. When they are cool cut them in half length wise then the halves cut them length wise again. Then slice them in about 1/4 to 1/2 inch slices. You want them a little thicker to keep them from mashing when you mix it all up
- Cut up the bacon in small chunks and fry it up nice and brown and set aside
- Cook your eggs. Put them in a pot and add salt to make them easier to peel. Add water and cook on stove. Once they start boiling set timer to 10 minutes. After 10 minutes pull them off and let them rinse under cold water for 5 minutes. Peel and dice them up. (tip. The more salt the easier it is to peel the shell off. The salt will not soak into the shell so don't worry about that)
- In a bowl add the eggs, mayo, mustard, paprika, and pepper and mix it up real good. It's going to be a bit thin. You want that. Now try the mix and add more mayo or mustard to your preferred taste.
- Once you have the mix the way you like add the bacon and mix it in. Them dump it on the potatoes in a large bowl and carefully stir it all together being careful not to break the potatoes down too much.
- Cover and set in fridge for a couple hours to let the flavors blend and it all to cool off nicely.
It is all of these rolled into one delicious recipe with the added crunch of bacon. While the potatoes are cooking, remove the egg yolks from the hard-cooked eggs and place in a large bowl. This deviled egg pasta salad is so creamy and comforting, you will end up making it again and again. So, I used macaroni instead of potatoes, kept the pickled cucumbers and the mayonnaise for the dressing and enriched the salad with some delicious hearty bacon. Deviled Egg Potato Salad combines two classic favorites into one rich and tasty side dish that is How to Make Deviled Eggs Potato Salad.
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