This is a salad spin on everyone's favorite Tzatziki sauce. Essentially use strained yogurt as the base, mixed pickles, garlic, and walnuts to create a cool summer salad.
The Silesians (both prewar and today) prefer their potato salads loaded to the brim with ingredients. This recipe features a mayonnaise dressing, carrots, apples, eggs, pickles, onions, and peas. Calling it a potato salad stretches the imagination somewhat.
This recipe comes from the Lower Rhine Valley and has the characteristics of typical Northwest German Potato Salads, that is, a Mayonaise Base, but without other vegetables or pickles. It's made more interesting by the use of apple vinegar in the dressing.
This is a Potato Salad from a family cookbook from German Settlers in Texas, and features the hallmarks of North German potato salads with a Texas-twist.
The South German Wurstsalat is a tart and vinegar-based salad made from strips of sausage. Different regional variations will add different ingredients, such as pickles or cheese.