Potato and Chanterelle Salad and No-Recipe Salad

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This is a wonderful and easy salad with potatoes, chanterelles, shallots and cilantro, that goes perfectly with any BBQ dishes, or even a light lunch all by itself. Bacon and goat cheese could be added to the salad to create a even more satisfying meal.




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One no-recipe salad. Just throw anything you like and left in the fridge into a serving dish, and you have a salad you love. Serve it with a yoghurt dressing.


Potato and Chanterelle Salad

Adapted from Essen und Trinken
  • 750 g Potatoes
  • Salt and freshly mulled black pepper
  • 2 Shallots
  • 200 g Chanterelles
  • 1 tbsp Sunflower oil
  • 2 tbsp Raspberry vinegar
  • 150 ml Chicken bouillon
  • 1 tbsp Cilantro, chopped
  1. Place the potatoes and 1 tablespoon of salt in a large pot of water. Bring to a boil, then lower the heat and simmer for about 18 minutes or until fork tender. Cool and peel. Cut potatoes into bite sized chunks or thin slices. Place the cut potatoes in a large bowl.
  2. Finely dice the shallots. Rinse the chanterelles, drain and pat them dry to remove all excess liquid. Chop the large ones. Heat the oil in the pan over medium heat. Add shallots and stir for a minute. Stir in chanterelles and cook for 3 minute more. Remove and add the chanterelles to the potatoes.
  3. Pour the vinegar and chicken bouillon into the same pan. Bring it to a boil. Pour into the salad. Toss well, cover, and set aside for 30 minutes to allow the flavours to blend. Mix in chopped cilantro. Taste with salt and pepper. Serve with grilled chicken or steak.



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73 comments:

khushi ( a girl's diary) 1/8/11 08:26

easy yet delicious recipe....loved the colors a lottt

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Three-Cookies 1/8/11 08:35

Interesting, never heard of potato and chanterelle salad. Curious to try this.

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Anncoo 1/8/11 08:51

I love this "no recipe" salad - easy, delicious and healthy :)

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thecompletecookbook 1/8/11 09:23

I love making salads that can be eaten as a meal - your potato and chanterelle salad is just one of those "meal" salads for me - yummy.
:-) Mandy

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Premalatha Aravindhan 1/8/11 09:39

Delicious and healthy salad,very tempting clicks...

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Cheah 1/8/11 09:48

This salad looks so light and refreshing and as always, just can't help admiring all those nice clicks!

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Maris (In Good Taste) 1/8/11 10:55

Quck simple yet so wonderfully good! Love this!

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Rosa's Yummy Yums 1/8/11 11:19

Both salads looks fantastic! I really like you mish-mash salad. So colorful. But that potato and chanterelle salad also looks mighty good.

Cheers,

Rosa

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Rachana 1/8/11 11:33

To be honest, I have never heard of Chanterelle. I gotta try this soon.

By the way, I am a fan of Essen und Trinken :-)

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Indie.Tea 1/8/11 12:07

I've never thought to combine chanterelles with potatoes. But I love both things, so....
The salad sounds delicious.

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Faith 1/8/11 14:30

What an elegant salad! It's simple and sophisticated at the same time!

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Min 1/8/11 14:34

Haha, I love the idea of just throw anything left in the fridge into the serving bowl, a good way to clear up all the left overs ;)

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aipi 1/8/11 14:57

Simple, healthy n delectable ~ loved both of them :)
US Masala

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Parsley Sage 1/8/11 15:17

Those potatoes look sooooo yummy :) Great salad and a perfect go-to recipe on a work night!

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jennyatbaking devils 1/8/11 15:22

This potato salad is mouthwateringly good. Thanks for the tip. Jenny

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lena 1/8/11 15:52

great photos! i'm seeing chicken stock in this salad..what a surprise!

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kitchen flavours 1/8/11 16:23

Both salads look so yummy! Forget the main course, I would be happy to have these as the main course!

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Ann 1/8/11 16:42

Delicious! I love no-recipe recipes! Your pictures are incredible!

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At Anna's kitchen table 1/8/11 16:48

Stunning photography!! And beautiful salads!

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bakerbynature 1/8/11 18:21

This Summer I have been in heaven experimenting with the endless options for potato salads, and this one looks beautifully delicious, Angie!

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Stevie 1/8/11 18:43

I like your idea for no-recipe salad. That's the one dish tha tI make over and over again! Who knew that it had a name ;)

Your potato chantrell salad looks quite good. I bet it would be super with salmon burgers.

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Sissi 1/8/11 19:58

It's funny: I'm having chanterelle tart for dinner tonight! I have never tried chanterelles with potatoes, but they seem to go well will everything. Your salad looks fantastic!

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kankana 1/8/11 20:27

Who doesn't love potatoes!! and this salad looks so lovely and perfect for the season and what i like the most is that .. there is no mayo :)

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Miriam 1/8/11 21:12

I love this! The potatoes look awesome :), Miriam@Meatless Meals For Meat Eaters

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Rosita Vargas 1/8/11 21:15

Awesome recipe and photos I loved all good, hugs.

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Sam @ My Carolina Kitchen 1/8/11 21:29

What an attractive potato salad. I really like the raspberry vinegar and cilantro in it. Stunning photos as always Angie.
Sam

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bonnie at sweet life 1/8/11 21:33

cilantro and raspberry vinegar, wow great combo!!

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Michael Toa 1/8/11 22:32

Simply wonderful. The potato with chanterelle... oh yum!

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5 Star Foodie 1/8/11 22:54

Potatoes and chanterelles are a perfect pairing, this is a terrific salad!

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Kumi 1/8/11 23:10

I LOVE the no-recipe salad! I think I'll try to do put one together tonight...

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Juliana 1/8/11 23:56

Angie, both salads look delicious, I am very good at no recipe salad ;-)
Hope you have a fantastic week ahead :-)

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tigerfish 2/8/11 00:13

No recipe sounds good for me.

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Elisabeth 2/8/11 01:11

Love this light and easy salad, would eat this for lunch in a "heartbeat"
The chanterelles are a good addition with the potatoes. Delicious!!!

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peachkins 2/8/11 02:39

I love both those salads! stunning photo Angie!

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Rebecca from Chow and Chatter 2/8/11 04:30

oh wow love the flavors in this so good, hungry now!

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Pacheco Patty 2/8/11 07:06

No recipe salads are my favorite, how can you miss when you start with ingredients you love! Your potato salad look so fresh and pretty;-)

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Sandra 2/8/11 07:18

This looks really really beautiful! What a great dishes full of goodness! Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful Tuesday!

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Rumana Rawat 2/8/11 07:21

Very beautiful looking salad:)

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Priscilla-ShesCookin 2/8/11 07:27

Your potato salad with chanterelles looks delicious and tastes like the perfect pairing to me!

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Barbara 2/8/11 12:53

I've made a no-recipe salad often! It's a super way to clear out the fridge.
I'm loving your potato salad. Also like the touch of raspberry in it. One of my favorite vinaigrettes is a raspberry one.

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Ilke 2/8/11 13:14

I think you can not go wrong with cold potato salad on a hot summer day! Any ideas for yogurt dressing?

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Eva 2/8/11 14:57

I love chanterelles. O wonder if this would work with sweet potatoes (they are better for you).

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Reeni 2/8/11 16:05

I love the idea of a potato salad Angie! Gorgeous!

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Lynda - TasteFood 2/8/11 17:07

I love all of these ingredients yet never thought to combine in a salad. Now I will!

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purabi naha 2/8/11 17:20

The potatoes are my favourite! so this salad rocks!! Really nice picture. Absolutely mouth-watering!! Have you got anything left for me?

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sweetcarolinescooking.com 2/8/11 20:24

I love the idea of a no recipe salad. Both sound divine! Gorgeous, colorful photos.

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wok with ray 2/8/11 21:28

Oh I like that salad. Are those mangoes? Your photos of both dishes look so gorgeous!

~ ray ~

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SavoringTime in the Kitchen 3/8/11 00:51

It is most definitely salad season with the hot temperatures we are having right now! We are having a cold tuna salad tonight.

I love the sound of the potato and chanterelle salad with the bright vinaigrette! Both salads are beautiful.

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Raina 3/8/11 00:55

Yum! I love this. Probably the tastiest looking potato salad I have seen:)

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Gloria 3/8/11 02:10

Angie look delicious and tasty! gloria

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Lisa H. 3/8/11 02:57

hehehe... my kind of 'Throw anything you like' salad..

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girlichef 3/8/11 03:22

They both look beautiful. I'll have a bowl of each :D

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Claudia 3/8/11 03:37

I prefer potato salads with vinegar and not mayo - the addition of the chicken bouillon interests me - never would have thought of that. I could make this a meal. The photos are so very lovely.

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Kristen 3/8/11 04:11

That is a salad I could love; so many great things are in it. Gorgeous pictures, too.

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MaryMoh 3/8/11 10:30

I would love a healthy day with these salads....mmmm...delicious!

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Beth 3/8/11 11:24

Your potato salad looks absolutely terrific. I'd almost certainly add the bacon!

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Joanne 3/8/11 13:59

Two gorgeous salads! This is like a two-for-one post!

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Mei Teng 3/8/11 14:32

Yummy salads. Beautiful food photos.

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Sweet And Crumby 3/8/11 15:36

What a lovely salad for summer. Looks unique and delicious.

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nancy at good food matters 3/8/11 16:05

It's the chanterelles that make this potato salad exceptional. I'm excited because a local farmer is beginning to successfully cultivate them---something unknown to this southern part of the United States.

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Gina 3/8/11 19:53

Hi Angie,
I love you idea of just throwing leftovers in a bowl, sometimes I find the best combinations that way. The potato salad sounds yummy too.
Hope you are having a great week.
-Gina-

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Tanantha 3/8/11 23:04

The no-recipe caught my attention. You can really make anything delicious Angie!

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The Slow Roasted Italian 4/8/11 00:58

This sounds amazing, especially with bacon and goat cheese.

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El 4/8/11 04:59

Your recipe looks sensational. Beautiful!

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Jo 4/8/11 05:43

Angie, your take on a salad with "no recipe" is absolutely great. I love it!

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My Little Space 4/8/11 11:37

Such beautiful salad! The more colourful it is the merrier!
Kristy

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Tiffany 4/8/11 14:31

This looks light and flavorful at the same time! YUM!

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Angie's Recipes 4/8/11 18:53

@Eva
I wonder that too...maybe it's time for me to get some sweet potatoes.

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Magic of Spice 4/8/11 22:37

I love chanterelles and I bet they are wonderful with potatoes...great combination :)

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Kris 4/8/11 23:16

They both look so amazing!

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Elies_Lie 12/8/11 06:56

Omg! just looking at the photo makes me craving
Amazing salad! I want! :D
Great photo - great salad! ;)

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Xiaolu 15/8/11 13:49

What a unique combination - I like it!

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