14 Reviews

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

This recipe is good! My toddler gobbled it up (excluding the sausage) but my two elementary grade children didn't find it yummy much :(. I personally found it too much for a skillet. Overall, I enjoyed eating it but will probably make it in a larger pan to avoid the mess next time.

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bougherrachelm April 07, 2015

Yum. :) I didn't have thyme so I used savory, and I didn't have just frozen peas so I used a bag of mixed veggies which added corn into the mixture. I also did not puree it as I don't have anything to do that with and it still tasted great. :) Will make again. ;)

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bookbugcook April 06, 2015

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
Potato Sausage Soup