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Potato Salad with Chilli & Spring Onion

A fresh twist on comfort food.
Bill Granger spices up your favourite comfort food with a fresh twist.

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Posted by Tiff1971 • 5y ago • Report
Try your local deli or try some online spice businesses - there is one called Spice Bazaar in Melbourne and they send Australia-wide.
Posted by Tiff1971 • 5y ago • Report
I have made this recipe quite a few times and it keeps well in the fridge for a few days (2-3).
Posted by Kerry108 • 5y ago • Report
I usually love all of Bill's recipes, but found this one a little bland...
Posted by Pamela • 5y ago • Report
Yum made this was great light and very tasty!
Posted by Taffy • 5y ago • Report
I made this for our Boxing Day Dinner tonight...very, very good and everyone loved it. It's going in my file of "tried and proven family favourites." Teamed up with a tomato/feta/basil salad the table looked very Christmassy!
Posted by Merryn13 • 3y ago • Report
How good is this! Dress the potatoes whilst still warm so the dressing is slightly absorbed by the potatoes. It is okay to use red chilli too - a little heat never hurt anyone ;D
Posted by Pam144 • 4y ago • Report
HI.. what is sumac..never heard of this before....
Posted by Alec7 • 3y ago • Report
Sumac is a red spice frequently added to Middle Eastern salads to five them a slightly lemony tang.
Posted by KA6 • 6y ago • Report
I made the above with baby kipfler potatoes halved longways. Scrumptious.
Posted by Louise • 6y ago • Report
Wow looks like I've found my "bring a salad" for Australia Day.

Question though - in the picture the chilli (I'm guessing) is red, yet the recipe clearly states a green chilli, along with green capsi***, mint, parsley and spring onions. Was a red chilli used and should we?