Potato Salad serves 100


FREDA GABLE Recipe

By FREDA GABLE cookin4me


Rating:
Serves:
100 (more or Less)
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Comments:

This Potato Salad is great For Large Gatherings. Having a Big Family potluck or Church outing, or Company Picnic, Here's the Answer
This Can also be cut in 1/2 as needed, or into 1/4.
Reminder: Always Keep Your SALAD on ICE.

Easy to Divide included in recipe.
BEWARE; Its a Tastey Huge Batch.

Ingredients

30 lbs
potatoes
3 Qts of
mayonaise or salad dressing (your choice)
3 Qts
sweet pickles diced, or 6 small jars or sweet pickle relish ( your choice)
4 Doz
hard boiled eggs
1 pint
red pimientos, diced
1 Sm jar(s)
mustard
1 pint
sweet pickle juice ( only the juice)
4 TBS
salt
3 tsp
black pepper
4 TBS
onion powder (optional)
3 TBS
celery powder ( optional) or diced & chopped celery 1 qt.
1/2 c
sugar

Directions Step-By-Step

1
Cook your Potatoes in Salted Water with Skins on.
When Cooked, Cool in Cold Water,
Remove Skins & dice when Done in a huge Pot or Bowl.
TIP:
(You can have your Eggs boiling @ same time as Potatoes.
Cool and peel.
Set aside to have ready to add with the remaining ingredients.)
2
Let Completely Cool
Before adding the remaining Ingredients.

Toss well, Place in Refer to Chill
and Serve Cold.

Garnish;
with a few Reserved Pemintos on top or Sprinkle of Chopped Green Onions.
3
Can easily be divided as follows:
for 100 use as directed
For 50 cut recipe in 1/2 by dividing X 2
For 25 cut recipe in 1/4 by dividing X 4

NOTE/TIP:
If you prefer Dill Pickles in your salad, Substitute the Dills for the Sweet in the Recipe, Including the Dill Juice, & or Dill relish.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Potato Salads
Other Tags: Quick & Easy, For Kids


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12 Comments

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Bob Wakeman bluecatfish1
May 16, 2012
I am used to having to peel potatos.I was in the army.LOL.
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FREDA GABLE cookin4me
May 16, 2012
Great. . . Let Me Know how They all enjoy this.
Just Be Prepared to Peel and Peel and Dice and Dice.
Many things We did Long Before we got to the retreat, So Made it Much easier on us as Cooks.
We Never Had any Left When We did ours. happy Cooking to You!!!
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Bob Wakeman bluecatfish1
May 16, 2012
I have to cook for our mens retreat this year.I will be using this recipe for it. That is one thing I love to due is cook for the church.
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FREDA GABLE cookin4me
May 16, 2012
Thanks Everyone, Love all the Commnets. . .

To Bob; A gal friend and I cooked for a Church Retreat one yr and took all our Food to Montana, and we had a ball Cooking for them all. We planned the Menu before we Left and brought all the Foods with us including a freezer where we had made some thing ahead and froze just for the Retreat. The Speakers were in our Kitchen and We Never Missed a thing. Recipes like this work so well for Big Gatherings like that. Or Wedding Parties also. ENJOY!!