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No Potato-Potato Salad

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    I am always trying low-carb version of dishes and I will be honest, my family doesn't always like them. Which is fine, as long as they are tasty to me, I am happy. But this replacement I made for potato salad was a big hit for my family. I have been making it all summer long. Really it is the same version of potato salad I always make, with capers and lots of lemon zest. I just replaced the potatoes with raw, riced cauliflower but the dish did not have the same creaminess like regular potato salad. I could have used cooked cauliflower, but we like it raw better. So instead I upped the hard boiled eggs. Between tiny pieces of cauliflower and lots of hard boiled eggs, this dish still has that creaminess that one loves in potato salad!

PS. this is very typical of a low-carb dinner for me. My family all had Moroccan Burgers. I had my burgers without buns with fresh avocado and a small piece for French cheese. And of course no potato-potato salad ;-) works for me.


No Potato-Potato Salad

makes one large bowl


4 cups of raw cauliflower, riced (finely chopped)

3 green onions, white and green part, thinly sliced (chives work well too)

1/4 cup (or more) capers

6 hard boiled eggs, cubed

zest of two lemons, organic and cleaned


Mix all ingredients and dressing together. Toss, cover and refrigerate until ready to serve.



3/4 cup sour cream

1/2 cup mayonnaise

1 fresh lemon juice

1 garlic clove, minced

Dijon mustard

1 TBL juice from capers

salt and pepper to taste'


Whisk all in a bowl, taste and adjust to your liking.





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Bernideen's Tea Time, Cottage and Garden

So many great recipes and this amazing Cheese Ball - I already printed! Thanks so much!


I love potato salad and this sounds delicious. I do like egg salad too.

Children of Eve

Wow, I love all of your healthy new recipes. I am definitely making this this week, not only for the health benefits but because it looks so darn tasty!

Bernideen's Tea Time, Cottage and Garden

Now that looks delicious!


I've wondered about this version of "potato" salad, but I have never tried it. Upping the eggs is a great solution! Thanks for sharing.

Deanna Rabe

Thank you for sharing this recipe!

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