Good potato soup on a cold night. Can be doubled and more.
Make and share this Potato Soup recipe from Food.com.
- Peel and slice potatoes.
- chop onions and celery.
- Saute these ingredients in 1 1/2 tablespooons of butter.
- Add boiling water, enough to cover.
- Add salt and bay leaf.
- Boil the veggies until the potatoes are tender.
- remove bay leaf.
- Put them through a ricer or blender.
- Beat into the potato mixture 2 tablespoons butter.
- Thin the soup with your choice of milk, cream or chicken stock.
- Add salt and pepper to taste.
- Add worcestershire sauce.
- stir and bring to near boil.
- Serve garnished with parsley and chives.
So unbelievably good, Dorothy! I made this last weekend and never got a chance to post a review. I used yellow potatoes and vidalia onions so my soup was somewhat sweeter than it might have been with different varieties of those things. I loved it! Thanks for the recipe!
Flavor was a bit lacking. Maybe I processed it a bit too long, but shouldn't have tasted any different. Also, I noticed something red or orange in the picture, but nothing similar in the ingredients. Guess I just love the flavor of some bacon or sausage in potato soup and prefer the old fashioned chunky variety.
A delicious soup!!! I added 2 small chopped carrots since we are carrot-lovers. This recipe was quick and easy. I will be having this soup again because DH loved it also! Prepared as a participant in the Two for One - Leftover Event January 2010 in the Cooking Photo Forum.