New Potato & Radish Salad in a Creamy Truffle Oil Dressing- SRC

New Potato & Radish Salad w Truffle Oil Dressing

Holy smokes guys, I bought a new bathing suit!!

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I am so freaking ready for summer. It hurts me so much that it’s not yet warm. I’m not complaining that it’s not warm enough for wearing a bathing suit in April in New England, I’m not delusional! I’m complaining that it’s barely out of the 50’s during the days. There were flurries coming down just the other morning. Insanity.

I’m happiest in the summer in flip flops soaking up the sun. So when I was out shopping this weekend and saw that bathing suits were on sale at Old Navy. Sign me up!! I grabbed this floral, ruched one-piece for just under $20. Such a win. Such a goof!

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Anyway, I have a great summer time recipe for you guys… a kick ass potato salad.

Now, normally I am a macaroni salad person. Between the two, I will pretty much always pick macaroni salad, and I could eat my favorite classic macaroni salad for B.L.D in the summer. But this recipe will now be a constant BBQ favorite in our house.

For this month’s Secret Recipe Club I had Karen’s blog, Lavender and Lovage. Karen lives across the pond. Yep, she lives in England. Oh, and also France. I am so envious. I have only been to Amsterdam and Greece, I am just dying to get to England and France. Such beautiful places. No wonder Karen is so inspired to create such wonderful recipes.

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Going through Karen’s recipe archive was so much fun. And it was quite tough to pick out a recipe to make. So tough! I picked out so many recipes to review with Price, like her Steamed Asian Fish ParcelsStrawberry Clafoutis, Fresh Blueberry Scones. I was really close to making her Whole Roasted Cauliflower in a Spicy Mexican Sauce, but we had just had a lot of cauliflower just before I planned on making my recipe. Ultimately, I decided to make Karen’s New Potato & Radish Salad in a Creamy Truffle Oil Dressing. It just sounded so good with the truffle oil. I am a sucker for truffle oil. It’s just so luscious to me.

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As we are currently doing Whole30 I had to make an alteration to the original recipe, but it was a simple one. I just swapped out the crème fraiche with my homemade Whole30 complaint mayonnaise. I thought the end result was awesome considering the change up, but I am looking forward to trying it with crème fraiche next time.

I am always so thankful for participating in Secret Recipe Club because it gets me to check out other great blogs and their awesome recipes. I’ve been doing SRC for over 3 years and I can say that this is one of my top 5 recipes! That’s saying a lot!!

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Next time you whip up some potato salad skip the pickles and hard boiled eggs and go for the radishes and truffle oil. Step up your game. Your taste buds will thank you.

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New Potato & Radish Salad in a Creamy Truffle Oil Dressing

Makes 6 servings

Ingredients

  • 1 pound new potatoes
  • 1 Tablespoon salt
  • 4 ounce radishes
  • small bunch of chives, about 15 to 20 stems
  • 1 tablespoon white truffle oil
  • 2 tablespoons crème fraiche
  • 2 teaspoons white wine vinegar
  • salt and pepper to taste

Process

  1. In a large pot, cover the new potatoes with water. Add the salt and bring to a boil. Boil until the potatoes are fork tender. Drain and allow to cool for 5 minutes. Cut the potatoes into bites sized pieces. Set aside in a mixing bowl.
  2. While the potatoes are cooking, thinly slice the radishes. Finely chop the chives. Combine and set aside.
  3. Mix together the truffle oil, crème fraiche, and the white wine vinegar. Add salt and pepper to taste.
  4. While the potatoes are still warm, gently mix the dressing into the potatoes.
  5. Once combined, add the sliced radishes and chives.
  6. Transfer to a serving dish and garnish a a bit more chives.

Adapted from Lavender and Lovage

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Check out all the other great Secret Recipe Club posts this month!

And be sure to check out my 3 years of Secret Recipe Club posts!!!!

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25 Responses to New Potato & Radish Salad in a Creamy Truffle Oil Dressing- SRC

  1. karen278 says:

    THANKS so much for your wonderful post about me, my blog, and my recipes! I am MORE than thrilled that this has made it into your top 5 SRC recipes too, what an accolade! Your adapted version looks amazing and I’m so pleased you loved this potato salad as much as we do! Happy reveal day, Karen xx

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  2. karen278 says:

    PS: Lovely photos too! And, I have also been with the SRC for 3 yrs now…..how time flies when you are having fun!

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  3. spiffycookie says:

    Radishes in potato salad? What a wonderful idea! I definitely need to try this.

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  4. Price Taggart says:

    This potato salad is really good. A wonderful addition to any summer picnic.

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  5. mom says:

    This sounds delicious! !
    Definitely next time I visit u guys this is a must. Must pair w Price’s grilled veggies and chicken or steak. He is an amazing at the grill.

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  6. Love the addition of radishes to potato salad, I bet it adds another layer of flavor and texture!

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  7. Congratulations of being able to find such a good deal on the bathing suit!! Your potato salad sounds perfect for summer!!

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  8. hapatite says:

    This potato salad looks great and I like the fact that it uses creme fraiche instead of mayo. I had your blog this month and made your slow cooker pork!

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  9. Melissa says:

    I could only imagine how delicious this is with the truffle oil! Great pick this month! And super cute bathing suit!! Everything about your post has me thinking of summer now! 🙂

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  10. turnips 2 tangerines says:

    Happy Reveal Day~ You can never have too many potato salad recipes with summer right around the corner:) Lynn

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  11. I really need to try truffles/truffle oil like ASAP. Love the bathing suit – I have such a problem buying so many suits, but I hardly ever wear them. haha Happy Reveal Day!

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  12. emmajeanne16 says:

    This is perfect for a picnic! The potatoes look amazing and my husband would eat this right up. It looks like the temperatures are finally warming up for good. Fingers crossed.

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  13. sallybr says:

    Not sure what I loved the most, the bowl, the salad, the tuffle flavor!

    nice pick for your assignment this month!

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  14. lk529 says:

    This is a fun recipe, great twist to classic picnic fare.

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  16. I love Karen’s blog – lucky you to have her this month. Love this potato salad, especially the creme fraiche dressing. Great idea!

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  18. Hmm these look delicious, thanks for posting up this recipe, looks quite simple to make.

    Simon

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