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Awesome! Tasty and quick. Perfect to keep on hand at the office.
This is delicious! DH loves mashed potatoes and potato soup and all I had was instant potatoes on hand. He's sick right now, and this is pretty much all he can eat. I used 1 and 1/2 c mixture to 2 c water plus 2 T butter to make a thick soup. This reminds me of those Stuffed Potato cups that used to be available in stores. I'll add some cheese and chives next time. Definitely a mix to keep on hand for household and gifts! Thank you for posting!!! :)
The fat in the nutritional information comes from the powdered milk, since the ingredient is not specified as "non-fat" powdered milk. I used a vegetarian bouillion and it turned out very nicely. It's a unique gift idea, too.
I did make a few changes, using non-fat dry milk, dill instead of turmeric (which I didn't have), 4 packets of Wylers chicken broth and seasoning mix for the bouillon, and adding 2 teaspoons of Butter Buds. This is a tasty quick fix! I'm keeping the jar in my desk at work for "emergency" lunches. I used my Master Cook for nutrition info, figuring 8 servings. Each serving is 127 cal, 0 fat, 21g carbs, and 9g prot. Diabetic exchange per serving 1 carb, 1 protien. Very diabetic friendly! Made for Zaar Chef Alphabet Soup Game. Thanks for posting this winner!
Was there a typo here or some instructions missing? Reread several times to find out where I went wrong......this was HORRIBLY salty, a total waste of ingredients in my opinion. Maybe it should have read "2 TEASPOONS BOULLION?" Also, how did you come up with 51 grams of fat in the nutritional info? There is no fat in my potato flakes, none in the powdered milk, none in the boullion and certainly none in the seasonings?
This is really good. I'm giving 8 quart-jars of this as holiday gifts.