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Roasted Garlic Potato Salad

November/December 2007

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Though it tastes rich and creamy, this potato salad is made with nonfat yogurt and reduced-fat mayonnaise, making it much lower in fat than a traditional potato salad. Roasted garlic adds a rich dimension.



READER'S COMMENT:
"Wow, this sounds like a really yummy spin on the typical creamy potato salad. To anonymous, I think the "heads" part is correct. If you read the directions, you're supposed to roast the heads and then squeeze the pulp out. Hope that helps...
Roasted Garlic Potato Salad Recipe

3 Reviews for Roasted Garlic Potato Salad

06/11/2011
Great!

I made this for a large group last night, and it was a huge hit! However, while detracting from the low-fatness of the recipe, I added several strips of cooked chopped bacon and people raved about it. Overall, I would defintely make this my go-to potato salad recipe.

Tasty and low-fat
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08/05/2010
Anonymous

Wow, this sounds like a really yummy spin on the typical creamy potato salad. To anonymous, I think the "heads" part is correct. If you read the directions, you're supposed to roast the heads and then squeeze the pulp out. Hope that helps.

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08/04/2010
Anonymous

Although I haven't made this recipe yet, I believe there's a typo on the garlic -- should be "cloves" not "heads", right? I'll also be adding more veggies: onion, sweet peppers, radishes, cilantro, and carrot. A few bacon crumbles adds great flavor with few additional calories and if slimming it down isn't the objective, chopped green olives give potato salad character, too.

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crobin79 wrote 3 years 5 weeks ago

No, there is no typo... you cut the top off the entire head of garlic, I use a shot of olive oil, wrap it in foil and bake in the oven. Directions instruct you to use water, wrap in foil and bake.

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