4 Reviews

Made for Belly Warmers January Event. Its smooth,fresh,creamy and SO Delicious!! I did'nt add grated cheese to the top...just some ghopped green onion.It was just a wonderful heart-warming meal.

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Lorrie in Montreal January 04, 2009

This is the first homemade soup that I actually liked! I'm not a fan of the "blend everything together after you cook it" soups, it tastes like I'm eating baby food. But this soup introduced the idea that you can just blend a portion of it in order to get a nice smooth base, while still having nice potato and broccoli chunks. Awesome!

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qclists May 13, 2014

Very tasty!

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CLEVELAND-ER November 16, 2010

Such a pretty soup! I love the colors, the texture, and most of all the taste. I did a couple of things different -- instead of using all florets, I used the trimmed and chopped broccoli stalks and cooked them along with the potatoes. Then I just used a generous handful of florets for the finished soup, saving the rest of the florets for dinner another night. I used soy milk and chicken-flavored broth, and totally forgot the parsley, silly me. The end result was wonderful and filling. It makes a lot of soup - I may think about cutting it in half next time.

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Linorama January 13, 2009
Two-Potato Soup With Broccoli