Potato salad with olive oil and vinegar

Lots of potatoes in my kitchen today looking ready to start growing! Time for potato salad. When I was thinking of a title for today’s post, I came up with “Greek potato salad”, meaning the kind with no mayo, just olive oil and vinegar. But surfing the web I saw that other people call Greek-style potato salad anything with feta cheese and olives .  So, I’m staying away from giving this recipe any national identity. Quick and easy, as always,  and guaranteed taste because you can bring it exactly to your liking. I won’t give  measurements. Just taste it as you go along.



  • 6-8 potatoes
  • salt, pepper
  • olive oil
  • vinegar
  • spring onions
  • parsley

How to make: Peel the potatoes and boil them until soft to the fork. While still hot and steaming, cut them and place them in a bowl. Add salt now that they are hot.  Sprinkle vinegar to your taste. Add olive oil. Top with thinly sliced spring onions and chopped parsley.

2 thoughts on “Potato salad with olive oil and vinegar

  1. Dear Mommy,
    I LOVED the potato salad. It’s mushy and potatoey taste made it marvelous!
    I love you!


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