I have eaten various excellent foods around the world. Among them, the potato dish served with the Wiener schnitzel I had in Wien was so tasty. I took a photo of it, but I don’t know the exact name of the dish because I didn’t ask. I checked it out on the internet and found out that it is quite similar to a dish called “schwäbischem kartoffelsalat” from southern Germany. Come to think of it, I had a closely resembling dish in Regensburg, Germany.
As you can see in the photo, the potatoes are cut into bite-sized pieces and are slightly soft and melted. I found a video of the recipe on youtube, so I made it myself. First, peel the boiled potatoes and cut them into moderately thick slices. Next, pour the bouillon over the warm potatoes and refrigerate for several hours until the potatoes have absorbed the broth. Finally, mix in the chopped onion, oil, mustard and vinegar, and you are ready to serve.
The authentic one was absolutely better than the one I cooked, and I would love to travel back to try it again.