Potato Salad Recipe | Cooking with Dog
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Potato Salad Recipe | Cooking with Dog

Hi, I’m Francis, the host of this show “Cooking with Dog.” First, place the potato pieces and the sliced carrot into a pot of a large amount of water. Add the salt. Cover, turn on the burner and bring it to a boil. Boil the potato until it softens. Now, strain the potato with a mesh strainer. Place it into the pot again. Shake the pot over the heat, removing the excess water. Continue shaking until the surface of the potato turns powdery. Now, place the potato and the carrot into a bowl. Add the salt, 2 pinches of sugar and the vinegar. Sprinkle on the pepper and toss to coat. Seasoning the vegetables when still hot will help them to absorb the flavor. Then, let it sit to cool. Now, slice the cucumber with a slicer. Add the salt and distribute evenly. Add the ham to the bowl of the potato. Thinly slice the onion along the grain. Sprinkle on the salt and toss to coat. Wrap the onion with cheesecloth or a clean dish cloth, rub and rinse it in a bowl of water. Then, squeeze out the water thoroughly. This will help to remove the pungent taste of the onion. Place the onion into the bowl. Squeeze out the excess liquid from the cucumber. Then, add the cucumber to the bowl. Now, add the mayonnaise and sprinkle on the pepper again. Distribute the condiments evenly. Finally, roughly chop the boiled egg. And add it to the bowl. Lightly mix the ingredients. Now, it is ready to serve. Place the potato salad into a bowl. This recipe is a perfect side-dish for your Christmas dinner. You can place the potato salad on a slice of bread and enjoy it as an open sandwich or use it as a filling for regular sandwiches. Adding corn or green peas will also make the dish visually appealing. Good luck in the kitchen.

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100 thoughts on “Potato Salad Recipe | Cooking with Dog

  1. How long can you keep the salad? I intend to make it for lunch, but would like to make some for a couple of days, keep it in the fridge and take it to work when I want.

  2. Francis seems to really enjoy cooking, he always seems happy and enthusiastic.
    In the United States we have many variations of potato salad, so it is always interesting to see another style. Are there many styles of potato salad in Japan?
    Blessings ChefMike

  3. Hi there from Hong Kong!    Thanks for sharing Chef:)
    I made it with my mum and it was a huge success!! 

  4. i've tried this recipe once, but skipped the ham and it tasted really good! definitely one of the best potato salad i've ever made 🙂

  5. I didn't know that salting the onion and rinsing did that but it makes sense! I will use this for this and other recipes!

  6. I've made Southern U.S. potato salad before but this looks even better. I may try this one though I'll leave out the ham since I'm not big on eating pork.

  7. How many Black Pepper Grinders do you have? I've seen three so far; a electric one, a large hand-grind one, and this small one. O.O

  8. I've just tried this recipe and it turns out very good. I used a sausage instead of ham and balsamic vinegar because I don't have white vinegar at the moment. I also added corn kernels as you suggested. Love it! 🙂

  9. I really like to make that salad, I usualy add corn, no eggs, no ham but small pieces of chicken bolognia. Instead of regular vinegar I use rice vinegar. It's so tasty!

  10. this looks amazing :3 my family makes potato salad so much different. we just use potato, egg, pickle relish, onion, mayonnaise, and mustard. but your recipe looks sooooo much better :3

  11. for christmas dinner? oh my god here in europe it's not for christmas dinner…. anyway it's a sublime dish i like it I prepare always to my family and they're enthusiastic of it! 😉

  12. I just make potato salad just now with carrot and I love watching Cooking with the dog the poodles very cute

  13. I just love your show. Helpful and a great way to learn, but also calm and quite soothing. I must admit I sometimes watch your videos to help me sleep. Not because it's boring, but because of the soothing, calm atmosphere. Thank you so much, and keep up the great work 🙂

  14. I did not know that potato salad of any kind of was popular in Japan. And while this isn't remotely like 'American' potato salad, it looks delightful. Also – the onion technique is interesting. I'm definitely going to try this. Thanks for sharing!

  15. Knocking some sense into you: The dog seems to have had an accident, look at the red blister like mark on his face.
    Animals are impulsive, respect that they jump unpredictably into anything, putting them into kitchen work is delusionary, crazy.
    In fact, the cooking area is the LAST place I would put any animal into.

  16. I have just tried this recipe and tasted so great! Thanks a lot! Im so glad i found this channel and now im hooked! Love the chef and the dog siper cute! Thanks

  17. my Japanese mother in law made this all the time she put apples in it it was the best spud salad I ever ate!!!!!it is the same as chef,s otherwise!

  18. Just made this, and I have to say, it is DELICIOUS!! Not only is the flavour amazing, but all of the colours make for a beautiful presentation.

  19. Just finished making and the potato salad and it is delicious! I made a few changes with what I had on hand, spring onions for the sliced white onion and raw courgette for the cucumber (husband does not like cucumbers sadly). Worked really well. Oh! I had some pickled gherkins alongside the salad and beef for lunch and it worked really well together. Thank you!

  20. I would do every thing except add the ham because I don't like ham whatsoever, but everything else LOOOOOOOOVEEE ITTTT. I'm gonna add some shrimp to it too

  21. I just made this recipe cause it so happened that I had all the ingredients (and I wanted to get rid of them). Didn't add cucumbers and added crab instead of ham… It was DELICIOUS! 10/10 🙂

  22. ありがとうございます。美味しいそう。食べたい。。。日本料理が大好き。。。レシピもありがとうございます。

  23. Es tanto lo que me gustan sus videos ,usted su perro,adorable …que casi siempre lloro de la emoción .
    Bea de Buenos Aires.

  24. Hello, may i ask what kind of mayo did you used? Is it the kewpie japanese style mayo or just the regular mayo would work? Thank you 🙂

  25. а еще можно туда мелко нарезать маринованные огурчики.добавить консервированный зеленый горошек и будет советский оливье.

  26. I love this Japanese style, I think it really is an improvement on more traditional recipes.

    (Trust me, I'm from Poland, potatoes are our area of expertise 😀 )

  27. 独特の訛りがクセになってしまいました。

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