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WOW!!! This soup is fantastic! I did use the links but discarded the casings from the sausage. Didn't change a thing! I must say I made it and my family loved it so made it a second time the next day. Thanks so much MizzNezz

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RecipeNut December 06, 2003

A wonderful, hearty soup. My toddler gobbled it up and so did I! I made it easy on myself and used my hand pureer to puree half the pot of soup. I used a full cup of peas and a bit more salt, and lots of pepper. Next time I'll crumble the sausage out of the casings so it is more evenly distributed through the soup. Thank you!

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mommymakeit4u August 28, 2011

o my goodness is this yummy! My husband went for seconds. Didn't change a thing...absolutely perfect...and I'm not a sausage fan. Thanks so much...this is a keeper!

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seyberts February 18, 2010

This was very good, I used turkey smoked sausages to lower the fat a little, and only made half batch for myself, and it worked perfectly! I loved the idea of pureeing a bit of the soup, it makes for flavourfull thickening, I would absolutely make this again. Thanks for posting another great one MizzNezz!

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PickleLover August 13, 2009

My goal in trying new recipes is, always, to find the elusive meal that becomes a staple in my family's repertoire. I'm usually disappointed, but not today. Made this with home made challah bread. I formed my bulk breakfast sausage into cute little balls. Delicious.

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kellylynn October 12, 2007

oh wow, just finished eating a bowl and am definetly going for seconds, the family loved it as well, even my 2 year old niece, no if you'll excuse me i have to go get another bowl thanx for the recipe peace.

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Ivan & the moon rock junkies May 09, 2007

Really really great! I didnt have the celery..but it still was awesome! My kids and hubby loved it! I used Bavarian Smokies for the sausage..great! Thanks for the recipe, a keeper for sure!

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Carmen the Canuck April 05, 2007

I can't believe I forgot to rate this-sorry! My family loved this so much that I have to double it every time I make it or we won't have enough for leftovers, which you definitely want since it tastes even better the next day. I followed the recipe exactly, but I did use dried herbs since that is what I had on hand. I would not change a thing. Thanks, MizzNezz!!

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Texas Tornado December 04, 2006

Really enjoyed this soup. I used my own homemade stock and I also doubled everything as I have 2 big guys to feed. Had to forgo the peas since I didn't have any and DD can't stand them in anything. Was delicious anyway.

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Lori Mama May 22, 2005

I've just added this delicious recipe to my favorite soups cookbook. It's a winner! I browned some garlic smoked sausage I get from a great little meat market in Bellville, Texas, and set it aside while I sauteed the vegetables in the fat it rendered. I had fresh thyme, so used that instead of dried. After cooking the potatoes, I pureed everything with the immersion blender, and then I added the sausage slices back to the soup along with the milk and peas to heat for several minutes. We loved the color and texture of the peas in this soup! Thanks for a great recipe.

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PanNan February 03, 2005
Potato Sausage Soup