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I will make again. I added garlic powder and served with bacon bits and peas. Could try adding carrots, broth, serving with broccoli and cheese. 2nd time: I used broth and a tiny bit of soy milk and added broc and bacon, which to me is odd but M likes it.
Made this the other night and it was a big hit. Best potato soup recipe ive made.
I was pleasantly surprised at the ease of this recipe. I added in some other things (sliced carrots, garlic, rosemary, dried onions, and a bit of vegetable Better Than Bouillon) and it was really delicious. Also, I didn't end up smashing my potatoes at all; the smaller bits kind-of melted into the pot as I stirred then I added a splash of half and half at the end to loosen it up a bit at the end. Yummy!
Absolutely love this recipe!!!! Great when I'm hungry later on at night and don't want junk food!!
Very easy and so good. I varied the recipe a bit..... Boiled the potatoes and vegetables in chicken broth instead of water. Also added diced mushrooms and saluted those with the onion. Added both to potatoes and also added the chopped celery. Used the half and half as stated but added some shredded cheddar cheese for more flavor. Excellent. Will make again.
This was a great starting point. I, too, sauteed the onion and celery, and I added a little bacon. (What isn't better with bacon?) Thank you for this recipe. I know I'll be using it again in the future.
Very tasty and perfect for a chilly night with a chuck of crispy bread. I also used chicken broth instead of water and added sautéed onions that I had in the freezer plus a clove of gar lice and a few baby carrots. It was perfect and did not need much salt due to the broth. Also added a bit of lemon thyme and rosemary before serving.
Loved the soup. It has great flavor for being such a simple recipe. I will be making this often. Thanks for posting it.