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MMMMMMMMM!!! Instead of water, I used chicken stock - and I added in a bunch of cut up carrots too... YUM!!! This is FABULOUS
I made this last night and it was AMAZING!! I did however add some kale, red pepper flakes, garlic, chives and a little bit of bacon!! This is a great base that you can add whatever it is that you and the fam will enjoy! Next time Im thinking of adding Italian sausage!! Thanks for posting this Vina!
Yummy! I used chicken broth and a dash of Paul Prudhomme Vegetable Magic seasoning.
Thanks for this recipe! I have used it several times. I boil the potatoes, then take about half of them out when par boiled. I cook the rest down and puree them with my stick blender. Then I add the par boiled potatoes and veggies back in - this way I still have some firm potatoes while the others provide a thickener.
Love this recipe. I needed a simple way to use extra potatoes I had on hand. My kids loved it and my potato soup snob husband thought it was great! Thank you!!
Yummy, It was my 10 year old sons day to cook, he made this. WE ALL LOVED IT
I added a few things suggested by others, such as frozen broccoli, thinly sliced turkey kielbasa, and also some thinly sliced cabbage (since I had some in the fridge). After 25 minutes, I spooned out the kielbasa, put the rest in a blender and pulsed it for a second. I joined it with the kielbasa and added about 1/2 cup light sour cream, 1-1/2 tsp. salt and 1/4 tsp. pepper. My husband said, "Can you make this again?" I'll definitely keep this recipe for review again. Thanks!
Yum! I used this recipe as a base and added chopped broccoli, low-fat shredded cheese and 2 links of turkey kielbasa. I didn't peel the potatoes for the extra nutrition and color. I also used skim milk. So easy, so good and so healthy! Thanks Vina!
LOVE this! So simple and satisfying. The first time I made as written, except used some leftover vegetable broth instead of the water. The next time (the very next night!) I used water, but also added in some carrots. It was already the thickness I wanted, as I like really thick soups, so instead of milk I stirred in a little sour cream. There are endless variations for this soup, AND it's delicious as is! It's going in my Six Stars cookbook. Thank you!
This recipe was terrific and SO FAST. My kids loved it and it was as close to our local Wildflower Bread Company recipe as I have found. I added 1/4 cup of low fat cream cheese at the end and it really tied it together.