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By: Lauren McRae
Potato salad is a go-to side dish for barbecues, tailgating and outdoor parties. It perfectly accompanies cheeseburgers, hot dogs, grilled chicken or any other protein you put on the grill. Potato salad usually contains mayonnaise, but this one uses Greek yogurt, a lighter option.
This recipe is gluten-free and nut-free. However, for added protein, you can try adding nuts like cashews, almonds or walnuts for extra crunch if you choose.
Making this potato salad a day early is ideal — it lets the flavors fully marry in the refrigerator. This is one of those dishes where it will taste better the next day. Lori Bumbaco, Oncology Dietitian at NorthShore, approves this recipe for a healthy diet.
This recipe was adapted from livelytable.com.