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Potato Salad

Potatoes are a great vegetable when their fresh and the flavor of each variety comes through. This is a basic potato salad recipe that relies on the flavor and texture of the potatoes to carry the dish with just a dash of salt and pepper. INGREDIENTS 6-8 Red or White potatoes 2-3 tbsp Aioli 1⁄2 tsp Salt 1⁄4 tsp Black Pepper 2 tsp Dijon Mustard

1⁄4 tsp Cumin

1) Steam the potatoes until soft.

2) Set the potatoes aside to cool, and then cut them into 1⁄2 inch chunks.

3) Add aioli, salt and pepper.

4) Add mustard and cumin.

5) Serve cold, and enjoy!

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