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Creamy Dijon Dill Potato Salad

PotatoeSaladWith white potatoes being Whole30 compliant now and since using white potatoes is relative to the amount of physical activity you do, we have been incorporating them back into our weekly meal plans. Also, we have loved Primal Kitchen’s Mayo and the fact that we don’t have to make mayonnaise from scratch all the time…this has been a major time saver! Ok, so you are saying $10 is a lot for mayonnaise and so were we. We have been buying at a discount at Thrive Market where have also been finding a ton of Paleo friendly ingredients, snacks and treats. Between the local delivery services, like Fresh Direct, we have been spoiled with fresh ingredients coming right to our front door making summer time grilling and cooking a breeze!  Got a beach house at the Shore, they will deliver these ingredients so you can serve this killer potato salad.

From our kitchen to yours, Bennett

Ingredients

1 pound small red skinned potatoes, halved
1 pound small gold skinned potatoes, halved
6 slices thick cut bacon
1 cup Primal Kitchen’s Mayonnaise
1 tablespoon Dijon mustard
½ lemon, juiced
1 small red onion, chopped
2 garlic cloves, minced
½ cup fresh dill, chopped

Directions

Preheat your oven to 425 degrees
Start by getting a large pot, fill it with water, salt the water and bring it to boil
In the mean time, halve your micro potatoes and lightly salt
Parboil the potatoes for about 8 minutes then drain the water
Place the potatoes in a baking dish, salt the potatoes, and put the slices of the bacon over the potatoes
The potatoes are going to roast for about 30 minutes as the bacon fat renders over the potatoes
After about 30 minutes, the potatoes should begin turning golden brown. At this point, you can remove the potatoes and back allowing let them cool
After the potatoes and bacon have cooled, mix them with the remaining ingredients (remember to chop the bacon first!)
Let the salad chill for about 4 hours and serve with any of your favorite grilling proteins. This salad is versatile combining well with everything from grassfed burgers or grilled lobster.

Serves 4

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