MMMMMMM ......... MMMMMMMM ..... GOOOOOOD On Sundays I make 3-4 soups for lunches and try to make at least one new soup each week to keep things from being mun-dun (boring) BUT after everyone tasted this, one little taste became just a little bowl pul-lizzz:) just one little bowl....I ended up making another batch.
I'm always looking for quick, easy, and tasty soups to make during the week, and this one did not disappoint. The garlic powder and thyme add a nice dimension to the vegetables. The cook time is perfect too, long enough to slightly soften the carrots, celery, and potatoes without leaving them soggy. Thanks for another great recipe.
Just made this for lunch today. Perfect for a cold, rainy day here in Texas! I added Oregano (for my daughter); used Half-n-Half for light cream, but think that Evaporated Milk would work just as well. Thanks for recipe - we loved it!
Made this chowder yesterday and it was delicious! I left out the carrots and substituted the onion and celery with a frozen bag of "seasoning blend" which includes onions, celery, red & green peppers, and parsley. My husband and I loved it.
The days are getting shorter, the winds are a bit brisk as the temperatures are falling as fast as the leaves--time for soup! We love potato soup and we really enjoyed this one. The thyme and the mushrooms made it a little out of the ordinary. The only thing I would do differently is to chop the mushrooms up just a bit.
Delicious!!! We loved this soup and will make it again!
This was so good, I made 3 batches of it and took one to work to share. Now I'm copying the recipe for others. Will make it again
This soup is perfect for a cold day. We loved the taste and it was easy to make. Really good!!
Everyone is sooooo RIGHT, this soup is DELICIOUS. We loved it. Thank you soooo much for such a great recipe. I did use a cup of Evaporated Milk instead of the cream. I think that this recipe would make a good Clam Chowder by just adding clams.
This chowder is out of this world. I just made it tonight and cannot stay out of it. Thank you for sharing this wonderful recipe. I'm sure I will be making it often. Just follow the recipe to a "T" and I'm sure you will not be disappionted. Becky in NC