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This soup is fantastic! My 5 year-old requests it at least once a month. The dill is essential for me, I use fresh when I can get it. We also blend about 1/3 of the soup to thicken it up. One of our favorite comfort foods, especially in the winter in a crisped bread bowl. Thank you for sharing!

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minbrain March 27, 2011

VERY good! I ended up chopping up some broccoli florets and adding them in, and that made it even better. Substituted the onions for onion powder. Garnished with cheese, and my husband added bacon bits to his. We both loved it!

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bjoyful10 February 17, 2011

Yum-O! Very good. No dill, but still great. Perfect lunch on a very very cold day.

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SkipperGirl January 12, 2011

We used fat free milk and dill seeds that we ground.This is a keeper and thanks for the recipe.

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Mudpie January 11, 2011

AWESOME! It didn't even need the cheese and bacon. I used chicken broth instead of chicken bouillon and water. I omitted the parsley and dill weed. It was so yummy. I will be making this again.

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jenniferdaisy January 02, 2011

This was a perfect meal for us! I highly recommend it. The only slight modifications that I made were to use dried parsley instead of fresh snipped (I reduced the amount accordingly) and was more generous with the flour (the thicker the soup, the better for us). It was delicious! I'm always paranoid about adding dill to recipes - I feel like it can be overpowering - but this was just a perfect amount for this cold, winter day. Love it! Will definitely use it again!

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Violet789 December 20, 2010

We had this last night and it was fantastic! I used chicken broth instead of water and bouillon and I also threw in some frozen corn and garlic powder. I left out the parsley and I used 1% milk. I used a stick blender to puree some of the soup to make it a little thicker and didn't bother with the flour. My daughter loved it so much she took it in a thermos for her school lunch today. Next time I may throw in some turnips and rutabaga with the potatoes and I may try someone else's suggestion to add clams to make clam chowder

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Sonata December 16, 2010

Great potato soup! I even had to use Unsweetened Almond Milk b/c I forgot to buy regular milk for this recipe and it still tasted great! I'll use some regular 2% milk next time to make it even better!

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kmwwht December 03, 2010

Very easy and good. I had to adjust a bit because we have milk allergies in the family, so I used soy milk. Next time, I will either use less soy milk and more chicken broth or I may try almond milk since I think the slightly nutty flavor will go well with potatoes. I also think it needs more than 4 cups of potatoes. I added a little garlic, some crushed red peppers to give it a kick and a little more dill. Other than that, I love that I now have a very quick and easy recipe for potato soup!

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Luvs2kook October 30, 2010
Potato Soup