Prep 10 mins
Cook 15 mins
This soup will keep you toasty on a cold wintry day. Don't forget the hot hard crusted homemade bread with lots of butter. When no one is looking you might even dunk a small piece into your soup. Yumm!F!
- In the butter sauté the onion until translucent.
- Add the potatoes, water, and salt.
- Cover, bring to a boil and cook for 15 minute.
- until the potatoes are tender.
- Blend the flour, paprika and sour cream until smooth.
- Stir this mixture into the potato mixture.
- Slowly add the milk, Stirring constantly.
- Season to taste.
D-lish! This is a simple dish but soooo good. The texture is like velvet and the flavor is hearty and sublime. Added a bit less on the sourcream and was still wonderful. You could make a double batch so you have enough for the next day. Highly recommended.
Sounds great, and that is how we make it, but we also cook it with a bayleaf, which gives a touch of extra taste. If we made it thick - for fÃ¶zelek -we put a touch of marjoram in it also, served with some leftover meat, or fried sausage/hotdog, etc.
I have tried many different potato soup recipes, and I must say now this is one of my favorites. I added a little more paprika because I love the flavor, otherwise I stuck to the recipe as written. This is a great comfort soup, and this recipe is going straight into my favorites file. Thank you, Glitter!