By Hadice on January 19, 2006
Photo by *Parsley*
Photo by *Parsley*
"This is a warm, comforting soup. Perfect as a side or the main event. I like to double this recipe if I am serving more than two. I also like extra cheese. If you desire a little extra spice, add some chili powder or cayenne. I obtained this from a traveler's internet cookbook."
Serving Size: 1 (270 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 2
"This soup was very good. However I did add a bit of hot curry and a vegetable boullion cube to it. I also found the soup to thick, so I increased the amount of milk. Thanks for the recipe! I will definitely be making in again."
"Another 5* review!
I doubled the recipe, added garlic with the onion, used veggie stock, omitted the celery & I pureed the soup then added the flour/cornflour mix a bit at a time, while stirring, til it reached a consistency I was happy with before adding the cheese.
A rich, comforting Winter dish.....we loved it! :)"
"Very thick and tasty. I wish I would have doubled the recipe! I used sharp white cheddar, so mine wasn't as "golden" in color. I will make this again, but I'll make sure to double the recipe. Thanx for sharing."
"This is the best! I have tried other cream of potato soup recipes, but this was the first one that actually tasted good! Thanks for such a delicious and easy recipe!"
"Another winner from Hadice! This soup is easy and fast to put together. I followed the recipe exactly as written. And the best part is that it is absolutely delicious! It is very healthy (a little high in fat, but that could easily be fixed by using a low fat cheese). And did I mention it was delicious!?!?! Hats off to Hadice for another wonderful recipe! "
"I made this today for lunch and after finishing the entire pot, my son asked me to make another batch for supper. The first time I made it I used celery and the second time I ran out. Both ways it was good. I pureed the soup once the potatoes were cooked so I did not use the cornstarch or flour. This is an easy soup to prepare, but does not make a large amount, so I would recommend doubling the amount. Thanks for the recipe."