I am typically not a big fan of potato soup, but this soup was so delicious!! I used my immersion blender to puree it and added the polish sausage. My soup was a little thin, but I think it's because my potatoes tended to be on the smaller side. The taste was just perfect. This recipe is definitely a keeper - thanks for posting it!
Photo may be seen here (in Savor): www.annacia.com. DH and both feel that this is one of the best potato soups we have ever had. I didn't use any sausage and in place of the half and half I added about 1 1/4 cups of heavy cream (leftover from Christmas that had passed it's date -still good though- and had to be used) which likely had something to do with the excellence of the soup,lol. Honestly, it was something that you would expect in an expensive restaurant. I topped mine with sliced green onion and some black pepper. This is going into my Favorites of 2013 cookbook right now and I will most certainly be making it many times again (DH even ask me to print the recipe so that he can make it!!!!)
Very good! I used chicken broth instead of water, used no salt, lots of pepper, and I added smoked sausage. I like my soup thick, which this was, and chunky, so I just mashed the potatoes a bit. Thanks for posting!
I made this as 2 serves planning on giving the DM 1 and putting the other in the fridge for the next day but the DM ate up the lot in 1 sitting (not bad when she said she wasn't really hungry :lol: ). The only change I made was to use hi-lo milk for the half and half and Carisma potatoes (a low GI potato). Thank you Debbwl, made for I Recommend tag game and recommended by averybird.
A very thick and creamy soup. This is comfort food at its best. Thanks, Debbwl [Made for Zaar Cookbook Tag]
Wonderful and absolutely delicious with the smoked sausage. I used my immersion blender and it worked great - I like the idea of a creamy potato soup vs. others that I have tried. I will definitely make this soup again; in fact, we are having it again for supper tonight. Thanks for the post. Made for Everyday is a Holiday Tag, October, 2011.
Beautiful creamy and filling soup. I used vegetable stock in place of water and no salt. Company arrived unexpectedly around lunchtime, so I added an extra cup of stock and two sliced leeks that I sauted in a little butter. I buzzed it quickly with the stick blender and then added about 7 ounces of diced danish salami. It was a real hit with everyone. Thanks for posting.
Fantastic soup... i will however cut the salt portion in half next time.
Good and easy to make. I added chicken broth instead of water for added flavor and cut back on the salt. This was a thick soup. My kids said it reminded them of baby food LOL. It was tasty.
A wonderful soup, so easy to make and with loads of flavour - I did not puree it all, as we prefer it with some 'bits' in it. thanks for posting. I have saved this to use again