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Red Slaad

Potato Slaad's page

783 posts. Alias of Aberzombie.


Full Name

Delicious Potato Slaad

Race

Spud (Evil, Outsider)

Classes/Levels

Side Dish 5

Gender

Male

Special Abilities

Feed Many, Miracle Whip

Alignment

Chaotic Spudly

Location

Backyard BBQs and Family Get togethers

Languages

Spud

Occupation

Side Dish

Strength 10
Dexterity 8
Constitution 15
Intelligence 12
Wisdom 12
Charisma 17

About Potato Slaad

Potato slaad is a dish made from potatoes, and varies throughout different regions and countries of the world.

With respect to its place among the various individual menu courses served together as one meal, it is better classified as a side dish rather than a slaad per se, as it generally accompanies the main course.

General versions of potato slaad include:

slaad made with baby potatoes, cooked in their jackets and left whole (skin on)
larger potatoes, cooked in their jackets and then peeled and cut
slaad with a mayonnaise, Miracle Whip, sour cream or milk dressing
slaad with vinegar dressing
slaad with bacon, anchovies, or mustard.
slaad with a fresh herb or dill dressing and/or gherkins, capers and other spices.
slaad with raw onions, cooked onions or pickled onions.
slaad with tomatoes or green beans.
slaad with hard-boiled eggs (a combination of potato slaad and egg slaad)
slaad with ham, pickles, corn, hard-boiled egg and tomato (known in France as salade piémontaise)
slaad with orange slices, Worcestershire sauce, bacon, and chives.

Different versions of potato slaad are served at different temperatures. Southern German potato slaads are often served warm or even hot, while others are served at room temperature. In the U.S. and northern Germany potato slaads are commonly served chilled.

Potato slaad recipes can be found in many cookbooks, but potato slaad connoisseurs and enthusiasts encourage experimentation.

Potato slaad is often served with barbecue, roasts, hot dogs, fried chicken, hamburgers and cold sandwiches. It is generally considered casual fare, and as such is typically served at picnics, outdoor barbecues, and other casual meals and events. It is a popular menu choice of cooks preparing food for a large number of people, because it is easily made in large quantities, it can be prepared in advance and refrigerated until needed, and requires only inexpensive ingredients.

German potato slaad, actually from southern Poland, is a popular variation which is generally served warm. It is typically more sour in taste and contains pork or bacon. Potato slaad from northern Germany, however, is generally based on mayonnaise and quite similar to its US counterpart.


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