It’s always fun to change up your classic potato salad and add some awesome flavors. This delicious potato salad made with tender corned beef brisket and crunchy dill pickles.
Last week, I made some unbelievably delicious Oven Baked Corned Beef. It only takes three ingredients and a little over two hours in the oven to get some mouthwatering, tender corned beef brisket.
We hit that corned beef brisket pretty hard after I finished taking pictures and then, I realized we needed some potatoes. How can you have corned beef without potatoes, right? Reuben Loaded Roasted Potatoes that I shared a couple of weeks ago just prove that perfect combination is best together.
To take it a step further, I decided to make a potato salad and incorporate the corned beef right into it instead of just serving it on a side. We all love potato salad in my family so it was a no-brainer for me to make a new potato salad recipe loaded with delicious, tender corned beef.
Let me tell you, traditional potato salad’s got nothing on this deliciousness. It will definitely be a hit at your next dinner and barbecue party.
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Corned Beef Potato Salad
- 2 lbs red potatoes
- 1 1/2 cups diced corned beef
- 1/2 cup diced pickles
- 1/3 cup mayo
- 1/4 cup sour cream
- 2 tsp Dijon mustard
- 1 Tbsp minced fresh dill weed
- Salt and fresh cracked black pepper
- Cook potatoes in salted, boiling water (on medium high heat) until just done but not falling apart and cool them completely before cutting. Peel potatoes and cut them into ½ inch cubes and add to a large mixing bowl.
- Dice corned beef and pickles and add it to the mixing bowl. Gently stir to mix.
- Add mayo, sour cream, mustard, dill weed, salt and pepper. Gently stir until all ingredients are completely incorporated.
- Refrigerate until ready to serve.
Anna powers says
I don’t care for dill. I use Finley chopped spring onions. German pickles and cocktail onions.
When I serve it I garnish the plate with sweet peas and hard boiled eggs.
You will love it.
Lyuba. This sounds delicious! Do you recommend dill pickles or sweet pickles for this recipe? I usually add a little sweet pickle juice to my potato salad, and everyone loves it, and I make my reuben sandwiches with a slather of thousand island dressing which is made with mayo, ketchup and sweet pickle relish, but since this recipe for your Corned Beef Potato Salad calls for a tablespoon of dill weed, do you use dill pickles?
You can use your favorite pickles in here. I personally love little kosher pickles, so I use those. If you like sweet pickles, you can try those. I like a little bite to a pickle so I think it adds a little more flavor the the salad. I think the sweet pickles will be nice in here too!
marc bergeron says
Gotta admit you hit another comfort food home run here….
And the chopped pickle is a super touch.
Just waiting for the warmer weather “around the corner” to get into potato salad mood.
-Marco the Vino guy
Thank you so much, Marc! It’s always summer in Florida, aha!