4 Reviews

Wonderful, wonderful!! This is not your average "cream of potato" soup. This is a hearty, meaty, one-dish meal! I didn't have ground pork, so I used ground beef, and it was great. Otherwise, I followed the recipe exactly. One suggestion I would make, Lorac, would be to give a quantity in cups or number for the potatoes. I had a hard time gauging how many potatoes made 2 lbs. I used too many and had to add more broth. Not a loss, though, since we had more soup then!!

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papergoddess October 21, 2002

Amazing soup Lorac!I have had this in my cookbook for a while and I am so glad I found it while "cleaning house".Perfect for a cold and rainy night.I had to sub chicken broth for the beef but left everything else the same,I had small potatoes so I used 4. Again this was just hearty meaty wonerfulness!!! I cant wait to make this again,thanks so much!

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crawfish pie December 12, 2003

this is very good, a meal in a bowl. i used 3 leeks, 2 cloves garlic and 3 large potatoes, added a cup of chicken stock too. when the soup was done i removed the meatballs and used an immersion blender to thicken it a bit,then added the meatballs back. served this with fresh french bread and a salad

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chia September 08, 2003

One bowl will do ya. This is a very hearty meal in a bowl, so filling. I liked the meatballs in the soup. They stayed together nicely after being simmered for 15 minutes. I will be making this recipe again. Thank you for sharing it with us.

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Charlotte J February 03, 2007
Potato Soup with Meat Dumplings