EASY CUCUMBER SALAD – How to make Minnesota Cucumber Salad – Starch Solution Meals

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  1. Plant Based Dads
    Plant Based Dads says:

    Hello everyone. Thanks so much for watching our new video where Tim shows you how to make the Minnesota Cucumber Salad he grew up with. We have changed it up a bit to be vegan and oil free and it is truly a winner if you love cucumbers like Tim does. Please leave a comment below on your thoughts on this salad. We would love to hear them. – Joey

  2. The Scrapbook Guru
    The Scrapbook Guru says:

    Tim, you’re so right, it’s hard not to drink the left over sauce from this delicious salad. So, I added a spoonful more starch solution mayo to some leftover sauce to thicken it up and drizzled it all over my arugula salad🥰 sooooo yummy!! Thanks again Tim👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻👍🏻

  3. Nhadd
    Nhadd says:

    My grandma would always make a Gurkensalat (cucumber salad) with heavy cream, vinegar, dill and other spices. It’s similar to this but with dill. So delicious and refreshing!

  4. Texassews
    Texassews says:

    Thank you so much for another great recipe. I have not tried it yet, but I love all of your recipes. We just made the refried beans AGAIN today from your recipe, so I am a viewer that actually really makes your terrific recipes. ❤️

  5. Barbara Liston
    Barbara Liston says:

    Hi Tim, thanks for this awesome cucumber salad that brings back loving memories of my German grandmother's tasty cucumber salad. She would make this often for picnics and Sunday night sandwiches. As her garden produced more than our house of 9 could keep up with, she turned to canning ''Bread 'n Butter'' pickles to enjoy all winter. No commercial pickles can come close to the taste of either of these recipes. I'm going to make your version because less mayo is the healthier way to go. Sending love from Connecticut💕

  6. Tosca
    Tosca says:

    I'm in Australia Tim and as a little girl I planted apple cucumbers and large cucumbers (we all seem to have different names for the various varieties). I was vegetarian when young and made a cucumber salad with onion, parsley and (pre vegan) a Greek yoghurt and white wine vinegar dressing with garlic. Just delicious! My mother was/is a terrible cook so I started cooking young. It was a great way to avoid my mother's culinary nightmares 😋

  7. Katie Vdbshsh
    Katie Vdbshsh says:

    Hi Tim – good to see you. This recipe brought back fond memories of my mom making this. She came from a farming family in Iowa. Grandma made this salads, which was in fridge all time thru cucumber harvest time. Just love it!!😋😋😋😋👍👍👍

  8. CreateWithConfidence
    CreateWithConfidence says:

    My mom used to make cucumbers with onion, cucumber, vinegar and pepper. I don't know if she used sugar. I was a picky eater as a kid and never ate it. But I have made a similar dish with 4% balsalmic and I loved it. I may need to get cucumbers and sweet onion and make it when I get back from my vacation. Thanks for the idea.

  9. DABS
    DABS says:

    Oh my gosh, I’m in Michigan and grew up with my mom making it, but with sour cream. Must be a midwestern thing. Her was just cukes, but I love it. So happy to see it Veganized as I haven’t had it since! Love your channel. 💕💜💕

  10. page white
    page white says:

    I love the Tim episodes! I’m from Kentucky and grew up with a dish we called wilted cucumbers which is one of my favorite things. I’ll try this Minnesota version! Thanks Tim.

  11. Ashlea Mendelson
    Ashlea Mendelson says:

    We love cucumbers and onions, I’ve never had it with pb mayo or pb milk
    Growing up we had cucumbers, onions, vinegar, sugar and water. Oh and black pepper! Definitely looks great and will try it. Thx for sharing and love the videos!

  12. SusieQ
    SusieQ says:

    I can’t wait to make this. I haven’t cooked with raw onions in many many years because my husband won’t eat them. So when I make something like this it’s up to me to eat it. That looks so delicious. Good to see you Tim.


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