Diabetic Deviled Potato Salad

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With a few special considerations you can turn deviled potato salad into a nice treat for diabetics everywhere. Learn about diabetic deviled potato salad with help from a chef in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Ellen Adams from redhotdish.com. And today I'm going to be making a diabetic deviled potato salad. So I've got about two pounds of potatoes here. And these are the nice red potatoes. So I cut them in half before I boiled them just to speed up the process a little bit. But this is too big for potato salad. So you are going to want to cut them. So you can just put them down and quarter them. Make them into bite size pieces. Just like that. So that's about the size that you want or even a little bit smaller depending on your preference. A piece like that you can cut into thirds. So you just want them relatively small so you don't have to eat your potato salad with a knife and a fork. There we go. So we'll get this chopped up. Okay now this is a low fat version of potato salad. So to it I'm going to add a quarter cup of low fat Italian dressing and that's going to give it some flavor. I have half a cup of no fat mayonnaise. And that's going to give it that creaminess that we love in our potato salad. I have about half a cup of red onion so we'll get that in there. And a rib of celery all chopped up into a nice dice. And I will get that in there. And I'm just going to give it a quick fold. Okay so I've got the dressing folded onto the potatoes. And now I'm going to add some hard boiled eggs. Now these are just eggs that I boiled in water. You boil them until the water is a rolling boil. Then you turn off the heat and put the lid on your pot. And let them go for a good 10 or 15 minutes after that. And they will be beautifully hard boiled. And these have been peeled and I'm using an egg slicer. And you can do it that way and it comes out in a perfect little dice. And you just clean off the wire. So I'm going to do a second one. You put it across the egg slicer and just come right down with the wires. Now pick the egg up and turn it around the other way. And that's what's going to give us that nice dice. And you just come right down and let the egg fall off. And then when you break it up it's all perfectly diced. So I'll give that a quick fold and to get to incorporate our potatoes and our eggs. Okay, ok. And there we have diabetic potato salad.


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