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The ingredients were great together. I must say I didn't completely follow your directions. I ended up peeling and dicing the potatoes, and then boiling them in the chicken broth. I then scooped about 1/2 of the potatoes out and blended them with milk, added them back in with the broth and then continued as normal, but it was delicious! Tasted better the next day.
I found this while looking for gluten free recipies for my sister who was just diagnosed with celiacs. It looked so good I made it for my husband and 3 yr old daughter. We loved it!!! Three weeks later my daughter was thinking of what she wanted to eat and after thinking a few min. asked for "play dough" soup. I asked her if she meant potato soup and she said yes. We have since renamed it play dough soup for something fun. It is one of a few recipes that she digs into and eats till it is gone!! Thanks so much for this GlutenFreeGirl. It is the best!!!
I LOVE this recipe. I have always loved potato soup and have always made it with carrots, onion, celery and ham. I made this recipe and found it to be a delightful change of pace. The second time I made it I included a slice of ham cut into small pieces. Awesome. I now make it at least once a week. So easy to take to work as it does heat up beautifully! THANK YOU!
This was soooo good. I made it for my family and they were begging for more! It was 2 Die 4!!! :-)
Another winner here! This was the best potato soup ever, the cheese made it just nice and gooey enough but let the potato flavor come out. Usually I open a can of potato soup cause it can be time consuming to do homemade but this made it so simple I won't ever buy another can of that "other stuff" again. The bacon was a perfect touch as well. Thank you for posting this GF Girl, it will be made alot.
Love this soup. So rich. I made it on the stove top by boiling my potatoes then adding the broth, milk, and about a tablespoon of minced red onions. I also used leftover Thanksgiving ham (minced) in place of bacon just because that's what I had on hand. Don't skip on that sour cream dollop before serving!
Took much longer to cook! I had to return it to my 1000-watt microwave for at least three extra 6-minute cycles before the potatoes were tender enough to mash. When we finally sat down at the table everyone added salt & pepper because the taste was too bland. It was more palatable the second day but everyone voted this one is not a "keeper".
We tried this for dinner, and it was a hit. This keeper recipe is a great go-to when you're stuck on what to make for dinner. We added broccoli bits, because we had it available as leftovers. Thanks for posting!