Total Time
15mins
Prep 15 mins
Cook 0 mins

A friend of mine gave this to me as a gift for my b-day. She knows how much I love potatoes and this has become a treasured guilty pleasure. A quick, easy lunch. Adapted from the Gooseberry Patch Gifts for Giving cookbook.

Ingredients Nutrition

Directions

  1. Mix together all the ingredients in a mixing bowl; transfer mixture to a wide-mouth one-quart jar; seal with lid.
  2. Attach the following instruction: Add 1/2 cup soup mix to a soup bowl; add one cup boiling water; stir until smooth.

Reviews

(5)
Most Helpful

This was SOOOOO salty! And I didn't even add the salt that it called for! It was too spicy for my family. Maybe better without the turmeric? We also had to add 3 times the water just to get it down. Sorry!

hkflanagan February 09, 2007

I'm kind of neutral about this recipe. The flavor for me is just ok. It was too much pepper for my taste and mine wasn't "creamy"..it was actually more grainy. I did boil my water and even let it sit for a while...but, it didn't help? Maybe I should've whisked it? I will work with the remaining mix and see if I can improve on the texture. Thanks though...I do like the idea of a quick soup mix.

zaar mate January 19, 2007

I have been making this for some time now, and is one of the dishes I have become "famous" for! I love this! Thank you so much for posting. I, too, found this too salty, and often put only 1/2-1 tsp seasoning salt. Also, the first time I made this, I had no turmeric, and have never bothered to add it since then. Where I come from, everyone thinks a soup must have chunks in it! Therefore, we've taken to boiling cubes of potatoes and adding to the soup. Delicious. This is definitely my most asked-for recipe.

Ripley~Rules September 18, 2006

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