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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
HI.. what is sumac..never heard of this before....
Sumac is a red spice frequently added to Middle Eastern salads to five them a slightly lemony tang.
Can you make this the day before?
I love "Bills" recipets, you cannot go past them. download the melt and mix banaba bread and coconut bread. They are the best.
I usually love all of Bill's recipes, but found this one a little bland...
Yum made this was great light and very tasty!
I have made this recipe quite a few times and it keeps well in the fridge for a few days (2-3).
Sumac not in supermarkets anymore !
Where do you get it ?
Try your local deli or try some online spice businesses - there is one called Spice Bazaar in Melbourne and they send Australia-wide.
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!
Really looking forward to making this for christmas lunch especialy with the chilli and mint.
I have made Bill's Potato Salad many times and we are planning to serve it at our Christmas Lunch this year. The sugar makes all the difference so do not leave it out. I use Dutch Cream potatoes to make this as they hold together well. If you can't get this variety try Royal Blues for the best result. The mint just finishes it off. I think I will make it tonight it is so good.....
Sumac is readily available in the spice section at major chain supermarkets.
You can get Sumac (or Simeh) from any middle eastern store the usually have it in a large quantity but are usually really helpful to give you a small amount for about $2, I have however found it at health food stores and general supermarkets as Ground Sumac.
could one use tamarind instead. I wouldnt know where to get sumac from
The Sumac is the red ingredient, not chilli.
What is Sumac and where can i buy it?
its a middle eastern spice...wouldnt call it spice though!
It's delicious, sour and great in salads!
We use it on our kebabs mainly!
google it, fantastic info
Looks like it has a sprinkling of Chilli powder through it too?
I made the above with baby kipfler potatoes halved longways. Scrumptious.
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?
you should use a red chilli... make sure you deseed it though..
This is exactly what I need to take to family Christmas lunch!! lighter than the creamy version but still really tasty. Thanks.
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