Korean Potato Salad Recipe

Rating 5.0
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Korean potato salad is a unique dish that includes fruit and vegetables in addition to potatoes. This sweet and tangy recipe incorporates crisp apples, cucumbers, carrots, hard boiled eggs and Korean chili paste.
Appetizer
Korean
11
ingredients
4
steps
45
minutes
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Ingredients

Servings:
6
1/2 cup(s)
mayonnaise
1 tblsp
gochujang
1 tsp
salt
1 tblsp
sugar
1 lb
russet potatoes, cooked, cooled and diced
2
carrots, shredded
3
hard boiled eggs, diced
2
English cucumbers, diced
1
Granny Smith apple, diced
sesame seeds, for topping, optional
chopped green onions, for topping, optional

Directions 4 steps | 45 Minutes

Step 1

Make the dressing. In a small bowl, whisk together the mayonnaise, gochujang, salt and sugar.

Step 2

Add cooled diced potatoes, shredded carrots, diced hard boiled eggs, diced cucumbers and diced apple to the bowl. Gently fold all of the ingredients to combine.

Step 3

Top with sesame seeds and/or chopped green onions, if desired.

Step 4

Serve Korean potato salad as a side dish, on toasted bread or in lettuce wraps. Refrigerate until serving. Enjoy!

Nutrition Per Serving
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CALORIES
278
FAT
17.4 g
PROTEIN
5.4 g
CARBS
26.3 g

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Sam N.

Sam

18 Jul 2022

I LOVE Korean potato salad and this is a great recipe for that! Very nice video and good step-by-step photos!

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Sandra G.

Sandra

13 Jul 2022

Flavors are simply amazing!

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Carmela G.

Carmela

12 Jul 2022

I am sucker for Potatoes and I do recommend this Korean Potato Salad Recipe.

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