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Loved this recipe! This is what I came up with (based on combined reviews) 4 large potatoes chopped small, 3 C chicken broth, let it simmer for 25 minutes. Sautee in olive oil 3/4 C chopped green onion, fresh parsley, and shredded/chopped celery and carrots. 3 large dollops of sour cream, a small package of sharp cheddar cheese, and salt/pepper/garlic powder to taste. I did add just a bit of 2% milk at the end. It was so delicious and easy!
Made this for supper tonight, We all loved it!
I adjusted this slightly, added some leftover potato casserole and also some carrot along with the celery, onion & potatoes. Once cooked down & mashed I added a small handful cheese along with a little crumbled bacon, was very hearty & delicious and yes unbelievably easy...:)
I love potato soup and this here looks great.
I have to cut out the whole veges due to digestive issues, I've alway's used chicken stock in place of the water, and whole milk not canned and cream is just too rich. Instead of smashing parts of the boiled potatoes I've always added a small amount of potato flakes ( have them in diff flavors now too) just add enough towards the end to make the soupy part textured and creamy, and always add unsalted real butter at the end about 2-4TBLS to bring a good balance of flavors. Top with crisp crumbled bacon or ham slightly browned.
Try the flavored instant potato flakes this really enhances the flavor of the Soup.
Really awesome! I love how simple it is! I used waxy potatoes but it would probably be better with starchy potatoes such as Yukon golds. I also added a little too much water to start so I didn't add any milk, just a few tbsp of heavy cream. Some dried thyme made it even better though it was also good with a pinch of nutmeg!
I usually make recipes exactly as posted the first time I make them, then adjust where needed. I wouldn't change a thing with this recipe except to add fresh chives or parsley as a garnish on top. We loved it!
Excellent base recipe, great flavor just as it is, I also rendered some pork loin bits in with the onions. The resulting flavor is rustic, savory and with the diagonally sliced carrots and demi-mashed chunks, it's hearty! This one is going in the recipe box for a chowder base.
OMG...this is wonderful in taste and ease. You can do so much with this recipe. I added cheese and smoked bacon salt and we couldn't eat it fast enough! I alos doubled the recipe for lunches :) Thanks you for a wonderful recipe!
Surprisingly good to be so simple! I added some leftover ham I had in the freezer and a couple of carrots, and I used fat-free half and half. I wish I had gone with the lesser amount of half and half, but it was still delicious. It really hit the spot on a cool fall night. Thanks for posting; this one is a keeper!