My sister, Sue, is an excellent cook. You know, one of those people that just pick up ingredients, throw them together, and make it up as they go along...and voila!
Don't you just hate when that happens???
Well, Sue's got it like that...I mean she can whip up just about anything...give her an idea, or a concept and she runs with it and creates a dish that delicious and memorable.
Such is true with her famous Loaded Baked Potato Salad.
She got the idea from a dish she ate in Kentucky and decided to create one of her own and came up with this masterpiece....trust me it is....a masterpiece! It's a potato salad...no a loaded baked potato...no a loaded baked potato turned into a potato salad...yeah that's it!
I didn't want to put this dish down..it's the bomb...really...I was dreaming about it all night....still am!
So to pay tribute to my sister and to add another great dish to serve on Father's Day we are sharing this recipe with you. Here's my sister Sue, my niece (Denise) and my Mom (Imy) chilling before our feast!
Now check out this AWESOME, creamy, tasty dish...make it today, you'll love it!
Oh my, look at this....I'm excited!
Here's the recipe....make it, make it, make it!!!!
Sue’s Loaded Baked Potato Salad
Ingredients:3lbs. red potatoes
1 ½ cartons of sour cream (low fat)
6 strips of turkey bacon (or regular)
5-6 green onions chopped
2 cups cheddar cheese
¼ cup low fat mayo
1 tsp olive oil
Sea salt & pepper
For a crisper skin on the potatoes, brush with olive oil and then bake until slightly soft (but able to slice) when you fork. Or you can just boil them but the skin is harder to keep on the potatoes. Let potatoes cool then cut them into small bite sized pieces. In a large bowl gently fold in all the ingredients, saving one bacon strip and ¼ cup of the cheese to garnish on top. Refrigerate with a lid or saran wrap till chilled. Enjoy!
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