Yummy Potato Salad with Blood Oranges

| February 9, 2016 | 1 Reply

On Fridays, I make up a few dishes from my farm box. Last Friday was a yummy potato salad with blood oranges. I was asked for the recipe, so here goes.

Yummy Potato Salad with Blood Oranges - dish

Kaye’s Yummy Potato Salad with Blood Oranges

Yummy Potato Salad with Blood Oranges

~ Ingredients ~

5 medium-sized Yellow Finn potatoes, steamed tender & chunked

4 boiled farm fresh eggs, chopped

2 red carrots from rainbow mix, chopped

2 blood oranges, sectioned & sections cut in half

1 large pear, chunked

1 small avocado, chunked

fresh chopped marjoram, chives & dill

salt & pepper to taste

sprinkled with smoked paprika

~ Dressing ~

1 tsp. artisan horseradish mustard

2 tbl. organic mayonnaise

2 tbl. raw goat yogurt

1 tbl. extra virgin olive oil

splash of fresh Meyer lemon juice

Directions ~

Loosely stir all ingredients. Whip dressing and pour over salad. Refrigerate for one hour or more. Yummy! All items in bold came from my farm box, and marjoram, chives and Meyer lemon from my garden.

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  1. I love potato salad . I would make a couple of substitutions for my table using my own produce ,,, dried pears instead of the fresh one and since I don’t use Soy, making my own Mayo with Grapeseed or walnut oil . I might sub the carrots for shredded diakon radish thats growing in the greenhouse as well as fresh celery tops for the herbs.
    I would probably throw in black walnuts since I can’t grow blood oranges here but do have the meyer lemon from my tree,
    On another note ,after reading advice from a vet about diets for rabbits,I decided to grow all their food . Now I need to find some to barter with for processing them and the chickens in exchange for some meat as well as learn to naturally tan the hides . I found a young man who loves cliing trees to help prune the tall branches on the trees in the orchard in exchange for fruit and a good meal now and then. I am also teaching him to prune . He works for a non profit horse riding program so was really interested in creating grow bags for a container garden near his cabin recycling the 50# plastic feed sacks . I will be advising him and experimenting with that here too. He has lots of well composted horse manure to use too . It is totally amazing the wonderful foods you can grow and cook just a few steps outside your door!
    be the change

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