The other night I had some leftover chicken to use and came up with this quick meal. I peeled and cooked gold potatoes in the pressure cooker, then cut them into large chunks. While the potatoes were cooking, I sautéed a bunch of leeks in olive oil. I warmed the leftover chicken in the oven.
In a large bowl, I combined the potatoes, leeks, and chicken.
In a small bowl I whisked together:
- 1 Tb. rice vinegar
- 1 tsp. Dijon mustard
- 1 tsp. salt
- 1/3 c. olive oil.
You might want to increase the amounts. I knew my family wouldn’t like a lot because of the vinegar. I drizzled this over the potato salad as I carefully tossed it. I served it with a garden salad.
It wasn’t a meal that everyone was thrilled with, but they didn’t dislike it either. I would make it again, maybe using onions instead of leeks to add stronger flavor. What would you add to this dish to make it flavorful?
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