My family is full of potato salad-loving people. It doesn't matter if it's mayo or mustard-based, if it's on the table, and all the kids are here (some of them are grown now), it won't last very long. So when I received the request to create a Litehouse recipe with their refrigerated dressings, I was all-in and knew exactly what it was I wanted to do.
If your veggies could talk, they would say no to room temperature dressings. Fresh foods deserve fresh tasting dressings that are packed with ingredients like buttermilk and real blue cheese.
- 5 Russet Potatoes
- 1/4 cup LiteHouse Homestyle Ranch Dressing
- 1/2 c Chopped Onions
- 1/4 c. Juienne Carrots
- 1/4 c. Peas (most people use frozen for their salads, I like the softer version)
- 1/4 c. Fresh Paremsan Cheese (shredded)
- 1/4 teaspoon garlic salt
- Black Pepper
Boil a large pot of of water. Clean and peel (or not) your potatoes. Cut them into the size you like for potato salad and add them to the pot. Boil until they are tender but not mushy. I did mine 15 minutes. Drain and let cool.
Once your potatoes are cool, add everything but your dressing and black pepper. Mix well.
The final step is to add your dressing, make sure it's evenly distributed, coating your mixture thoroughly. Then you want to sprinkle with black pepper.
I'm telling you, it's the Litehouse Homestyle Ranch that makes all the difference with this one. The flavor it lends to the potato salad is absolutely perfect! Just right for summer entertaining too!
You chop, you dice, you carefully peel. And to top off your vegetables or dress your salad, reach for a cold, fresh tasting refrigerated dressing from Litehouse, because real vegetables deserve real dressing.
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Oh yum! That sounds soooo good. I will definitely have to try this :)ReplyDelete
That sounds really tasty. Adding bacon was a nice touch.ReplyDelete
I love potato salad during cookout season. This looks really good!ReplyDelete
Oh my goodness how delicious does this sound - I have to admit when it comes to this sort of thing, I have a soft spot for potato salad. xReplyDelete
This potato salad looks so yummy. Thanks for the recipe and for the giveaway.ReplyDelete
Dressing of any kind has never been appetizing to me. The cat has eaten it though lolReplyDelete
I do enjoy several different styles of potato salad. I have never had it with peas though, that's interesting!ReplyDelete
I'm a ranch dressing snob and this sounds like something I'd love! I'll definitely pick up a bottle the next time I'm at the store! And your potato salad recipe looks amazing!ReplyDelete
That's a way different way to make potato salad. It sure looks and sounds good.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous day. ☺
A good potato salad is essential for any summer barbecue. This recipe sounds delish!ReplyDelete
This looks and sounds great! I have heard about Lighthouse dressings but never tried them. I will have to try!ReplyDelete
Now this sounds good. I'd love to make a potato salad sometime soon! Yours sounds so flavorful.ReplyDelete
This sound like perfection! I love the idea of putting dressing in this potato salad. My new favorite summer recipe.ReplyDelete
Potato salad is a favorite in my home and if there are ways to improve it, then that's going to be awesome. This is definitely a must try for me! Thanks for the recipe!ReplyDelete
Now that's a cool way to be healthy! I haven't been paying attention to most brands for ranches but Litehouse seems to be a household name I'm vaguely familiar with. Good to see it here!ReplyDelete
Wow, that's an awesome idea. I'm going to have to try this. I think it would be a good way to switch it up.ReplyDelete
I like the Coleslaw and the Ranch Salad dressing.ReplyDelete
Lucky me that I came across this post, I love potato salad and they are great as side dish for roasted chicken! Oh, yummy!ReplyDelete
I'm not a pea lover but the recipe looks so tempting! We all love potato salad at home, gonna try this!ReplyDelete
I just made potato salad this weekend.ReplyDelete
I learned that in 2006 the Hawkins family, the original owners, sold the business to their employees.ReplyDelete
This looks like an excellent recipe for the upcoming Memorial Day holiday!ReplyDelete
I did hear that dressings that must be kept refrigerated are overall much better for you than those that are kept on the store shelves because they are loaded with preservatives.
I want to try the Greek Yogurt dressings. They sound delicious and healthy.ReplyDelete
I learned that in 2006, the family that owned the business sold it to its employees.ReplyDelete
I would like to try Litehouse's Sriracha Lime DressingReplyDelete
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Looks yummy! Now I'm craving for salad!ReplyDelete
Well, it is interesting to learn that the business is owned by the employees! That's nice!ReplyDelete
I have a friend that uses a ton of Ranch dressing she would love this. I think I would like the greek yogurt ones.ReplyDelete
That looks delicious, I have never seen Litehouse products before I should check out our local stores and see what I can find! - jeanineReplyDelete
This is fun. I bet it makes a great side for a BBQ.ReplyDelete
I have tried the Lighthouse Ranch. It's fresh and delicious. :)ReplyDelete
I like the recipe section. I'd like to try the Chicken Bacon Ranch Bagel Bites.ReplyDelete
I learned that they have a recipe for Grilled Chicken Caesar Wraps. It looks really good!ReplyDelete
I am a sucker for any kind of potato salad too! Your recipe sounds like one I would scarf right down!ReplyDelete
Is looks really good. I've got o try it.ReplyDelete
I love a good potato salad recipe! Thanks for sharing this one!ReplyDelete
That just look delicious and the fact that you've included bacon is a hit! I know that the next time I make potato salad, I'm going to be trying this. Thank you.ReplyDelete
Yummy, this looks good.ReplyDelete
My husband and I had a tour of a grocery store given by a nutritional specialist/dietitian and she said to keep away from any shelved/RT dressings, as they are loaded with preservatives.
Looks delicious. I've never had a potato salad with peas. Such a nice addition.ReplyDelete
I haven't seen this brand, but this looks yummy! I'm making potato salad on Memorial Day - I'll try this recipe!ReplyDelete
I always love trying out different type of salads every week & I prefer to do something that is so healthy. Anything with Potatoes & Peas makes a wonderful salad & with those wonderful combination of ingredients this is a delicious one for sure.ReplyDelete
I love potato salad and I can't wait to try your recipe for it. It is the perfect food to enjoy at outdoor family gatherings.ReplyDelete
I love potato salad, but not crazy about the peas. My husband would love this recipe.ReplyDelete
I love potato salad and love this recipe. I will make this recipe but without the bacon.ReplyDelete
The new Greek Yogurt dressings are full of flavor with less fat and calories.ReplyDelete
I love peas and that potato salad would be perfect for our Summer entertaining.ReplyDelete
Wow Rosey thank for this recipe for ranch potato salad! :) it looks yummy.ReplyDelete
Enjoy the weekend. Julie
I love how it started as a family company and then sold to it's employees.ReplyDelete
I learned that In 1949, Ed was a chef in Spokane, WA , which is where I am from, and his boss complained of the quality of Blue cheese dressing so Ed prayed about it and came up with recipe which he believes to be the first creamy blue cheese dressing.ReplyDelete
we love their home style ranch. I learned that they also carry Greek yogurt dip and I definitely want to try that.ReplyDelete
Chipotle Bacon Ranch Chicken Tacos - good recipes.ReplyDelete
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