Potato Sausage Soup

"I modified this from a recipe in Taste Of Home and came up with a very tasty soup. It's a thick comforting bowl!"
photo by Lori Mama photo by Lori Mama
photo by Lori Mama
photo by Lori Mama photo by Lori Mama
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  • In heavy skillet, on med heat, cook sausage until browned.
  • Add celery, onions, and carrots;,cook and stir for 2 minutes.
  • Add thyme, basil and salt.
  • Add flour and stir until mixed.
  • Slowly add the chicken broth and water, stirring until the mixture comes to a boil.
  • Add potatoes; cover and simmer for 20 minutes, until potatoes are tender.
  • Puree 2 cups of the soup in a blender, (careful, it's hot).
  • Return the pureed soup to pot and add milk and peas.
  • Cook until the peas are hot, about 5 minutes.

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  1. RecipeNut
    WOW!!! This soup is fantastic! I did use the links but discarded the casings from the sausage. Didn't change a thing! I must say I made it and my family loved it so made it a second time the next day. Thanks so much MizzNezz
  2. bougherrachelm
    This recipe is good! My toddler gobbled it up (excluding the sausage) but my two elementary grade children didn't find it yummy much :(. I personally found it too much for a skillet. Overall, I enjoyed eating it but will probably make it in a larger pan to avoid the mess next time.
  3. bookbugcook
    Yum. :) I didn't have thyme so I used savory, and I didn't have just frozen peas so I used a bag of mixed veggies which added corn into the mixture. I also did not puree it as I don't have anything to do that with and it still tasted great. :) Will make again. ;)
  4. mommymakeit4u
    A wonderful, hearty soup. My toddler gobbled it up and so did I! I made it easy on myself and used my hand pureer to puree half the pot of soup. I used a full cup of peas and a bit more salt, and lots of pepper. Next time I'll crumble the sausage out of the casings so it is more evenly distributed through the soup. Thank you!
  5. seyberts
    o my goodness is this yummy! My husband went for seconds. Didn't change a thing...absolutely perfect...and I'm not a sausage fan. Thanks so much...this is a keeper!


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