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Have you ever tried German Potato Salad? Well, if you love bacon, potatoes and flavor, you will love this yummy recipefrom Gooseberry Patch’s Everyday Slow Cooker!

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Aunt Lou here. Confession time. I am not a potato salad or pasta salad person. So when I saw that this recipe was called a potato salad, I almost skipped over it. Then I saw the picture on the next page, and it looked delicious!

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German Potato Salad

I am SO glad I gave this recipe a try! It is so yummy! Once you read the ingredient list, you will know why!

Now this isn’t a dump and go recipe, but trust me, it is worth the prep work! It doesn’t take too long if you multi-task. You can start your bacon frying and then peel, cube and put your potatoes on to boil. (Just don’t forget your bacon and burn it!)

Here’s a tip for making chopping onions a cinch! Cut the end of your onion off. Then take your knife and cut a grid pattern down about 1/2 to 3/4 of the way down your onion. Next you take your onion and turn it on it’s side and start slicing! Instant chopped onions! Woohoo!

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German Potato Salad {Crock Pot}

Delicious recipe for hot German Potato Salad from your crock pot!

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Course: Side

Servings: 4

Author: Aunt Lou

Ingredients

Instructions

  • Boil your potatoes in a saucepan over medium heat until tender

  • Drain and set aside to cool

  • Saute your onions in the reserved bacon drippings over medium-high heat until tender

  • Mix your soup, water, cider vinegar, sugar and pepper together in a large bowl

  • Add in your bacon and onion and combine well

  • Pour in your potatoes and parsley and mix it all together

  • Place everything in your crock pot

  • Cover and cook on low for 4 hours

  • Garnish with fresh parsley and serve warm

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This German Potato Salad is a small side dish, so I used my3 qt crock pot. It was a perfect fit!

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  1. German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (10)Galen Brislane says

    How do I measure a cup of potatoes.?? Do you have potatoes in the USA that you can pour?

    Keen to make this. I’ll be making it tomorrow. But I’ll have to take a guess at the measurement of potatoes as I don’t know how to put a potato.

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    • German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (11)Aunt Lou says

      German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (12)
      Hi Galen!

      Peel and cube your potatoes one at a time. Place the potato cubes in a measuring cup until you have 4 cups of cubed potatoes. Hope that helps!

      ~Aunt Lou

  2. German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (13)Lisa says

    German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (14)
    We made this for my son’s German class. They loved it! I used red skins and just warmed it up in the crockpot vs. 4 hrs of additional cooking.
    It was perfect!!!

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    • German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (15)Cris says

      German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (16)
      We love hearing that, Lisa! Thanks so much for stopping by to let us know.

  3. German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (17)Beth says

    Cream soup ruins dish taste profile as German Potato Salad, Stick to a traditional German Potato Salad recipe if that’s the flavor you want; it really is delicious potato side dish.

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    • German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (18)Cris says

      German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (19)
      Hi Beth-
      We hate to hear that you did not enjoy the dish as much as we did. Unfortunately not every dish is everyone’s cup of tea. If you have a recipe you would like to share, we’d love to test it out. You can send it to: readerrecipes@recipesthatcrock.com .
      Thanks!

  4. German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (20)Suzan says

    German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (21)
    My German grandmother taught me how to make this, but this Crock-Pot recipe sounds great. I’m going to have to try it.

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    • German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (22)Aunt Lou says

      German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (23)
      Hi Suzan!

      I hope you love it as much as we do!

      Aunt Lou

  5. German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (24)Pete (female) says

    But if your potatoes are already cooked and then 4 hours in crock pot, won’t this be mushy?

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    • German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (25)Aunt Lou says

      German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (26)
      Hi Pete!

      Ours weren’t mushy, but we did use russet potatoes, so they are a harder potato than others. Hope that helps!

      Aunt Lou

  6. German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (27)Katrina says

    German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (28)
    Love all your recipes always simple a delicious keep up the awesome work

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    • German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (29)Cris says

      German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (30)
      Thanks so much for your note Katrina! We are so glad you enjoy the site!!!

  7. German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (31)Marsha Baker says

    German Potato Salad {Crock Pot} - Recipes That Crock! (32)
    Seriously??!! I must try this soon. Amazing!

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