If you're a fan of potatoes (and really, who isn't?), then it's time to get excited. We've rounded up ten potato salad recipes below that are anything but ordinary. Whether it's throwing some crawfish into the mix or swapping out the typical Idaho potato for something a little sweeter, these unique recipes truly are pushing the limits of this deli side favorite. Next time you're invited to a barbecue or potluck dinner, try out one of the ten recipes below to impress your friends with a dish they won't be able to stop talking about!
Caesar Potato Salad
Classic Caesar salad flavors make everything more delicious!
Find the recipe at Martha Stewart
Lemony Roasted Potato Salad
Lemon, greek yogurt and mint give this potato salad an unexpected zing.
Find the recipe at Bev Cooks
Italian Potato Salad
Capers and olive are highlights in this vinaigrette coated delight. Meat eaters might want to add salami for the full antipasto experience.
Get the recipe at Produce On Parade
Sweet Potato Salad
Forget your typical potato salad and opt for this sweet tasting one instead,
Find the recipe at Popsugar.
Grilled Potato Salad
This potato salad is special not only because of its grilled potato approach, but also for the black garlic included in its ingredients.
Find this recipe at Feasting at Home.
Kale and Apple Potato Salad
Depending on what kind of apples you choose to use in the this recipe, you'll have a different flavor outcome — let the experimentation begin!
Find this recipe at Alida's Kitchen.
Loaded Baked Potato Salad
This tasty potato salad has all the beloved toppings of a loaded baked potato.
Find this recipe at Lady and the Blog.
Grandma Jean's Potato Salad
Three tablespoons of sweet yellow mustard make this salad stand out.
Find this recipe at Food Network.
Potato Egg Salad
The large amount of ingredients that go into making this potato salad make it a colorful dish to serve at dinner.
Find this recipe at The Sam Livecast.
Potato Salad with Green Beans and Salsa Verde
Lemon, parsley, garlic, and mint all find their way into this twist on the traditional potato salad.
Find this recipe at Food and Wine.This post was originally published on http://nickoskitchen.com