Servings: four to six.
This salad is easy to make, and very fresh looking. The warm potatoes seem to temper the herb’s flavor, so it’s a good way to introduce newcomers to cilantro.
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This is one of those recipes where the final creation is better than the sum of it's parts. This is my go to for BBQs and bonus, it's vegan. It's important to use the ingredients that are called for, as the red potatoes and green herbs make a prettier dish. Don't skip on the green onion. The flavor combination of the onion, lemon and cilantro is so tasty.
This was as easy and delicious as the recipe claims! My new favorite potato salad for summer BBQs
I LIKED THIS SALAD TREMENDOUSLY. USING LEMON INSTEAD OF MAYO MADE IT EASY TO HAVE AT A BBQ. I LIKED IT BETTER WARM THAN COLD, BUT IT WAS TASTY COLD ALSO. I FOUND IT FRESH AND ENJOYABLE. I HAVE MADE THIS SEVERAL TIMES AND USED IT TO BRING TO PARTIES AND WE NEVER HAD LEFTOVERS.
I'd give it 3 1/2 stars if that was an option. It was certainly tasty enough that I'd make it again, but it wasn't "WOW". A nice and easy potato side-dish to consider when I need one. I didn't have the scallions and I didn't have red potatoes, so used some new (yellow) potatoes instead.
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