We loved it. I felt like it needed a few more potatoes. To make it thicker, I added a few instant mashed potatoes.
I didn't mind this, neither did my husband, but its probably not something I would make again or add to our regular rotation. The main reason being the kids weren't fans. As I always say, it was worth a try!
AWESOME! I made as directed except I added 1 t. garlic powder & 1-2 t. of dill weed. I used an immersion blender to make it creamy & smooth. Thanks for posting...it is a keeper!
I've had this soup before and it is delicious - but try this: pour this potato soup over fresh spinach and added small pieces of broiled sausage on top of it with a few onion straws. This makes for a wonderful meal by itself. That's the German way to make potato soup. They served hot butter rolls with pickled watermelon as a side.
WOW! Our teenage son made this easy recipe (doubled it) on "his" night to make dinner. It was AMAZING! DEFINITELY a keeper! (Could be simplified/even quicker by buying frozen cubed potatoes if needed.) This is a weeknight "keeper!" Thanks for sharing!
I don't like soup but tried this recipe and have been hooked ever since...family favorite kids are always asking me to make it
I love this soup and have passed it on to friends. They also love it. Of course when they ask me for the recipe, I have to send them the original since I don't follow the amounts given since I make so much more! The ways to make this are endless! I've added cooper cheese, a steakhouse onion cheese and now I'm going to try a horseradish cheese. I've also added broccoli and cauliflower to it. Instead of yellow onions, I use leeks which to me give it a great taste. I just love trying to improve the taste of it. I use my stick blender to blend the potatoes and it turns out great. This is one of my go to soups.
There is a bit of additions I made, red pepper flakes, lots more cheese, its nicer and creamier that way, but overall this is a keeper for certain.