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Thread: Looking for ole fashion potatoe soup

  1. #21
    Dee is offline
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    Quote Originally Posted by bluteddi
    I've never heard of pressure cooked potatoe soup.. but I make mine:
    1.peel and boil potatoes ( as if to make mashed potatoes)
    while potatoes are cooking I like to saute some chopped onions ( green is best but use what you have) in butter til translucent.
    2. drain potatoes
    3. add a stick of butter ( I make a BIG pot full )
    4. coursely mash potatoes
    5. add sauted onions
    6. add milk until a bit thinner than mashed potatoes
    7. simmer until desired thickness ( add more milk if u want it thinner)
    opt.... I like to add a little roasted/minced garlice or garlic powder too
    Mine is the same, but will add finely chopped celery.

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    I like to add a bit of chicken boullion to the water too. Makes a good stock bask.

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    I cook the potatoes & chopped onions in chicken broth, just enough to cover. When done, add a stick of butter and enough milk to make soupy. Then I add a big chunk of Velveta cheese. If you want the soup thicker just add instant potatoes until the consistancy you like.

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    Into a 5-6qt crock pot:

    5-6 cubed potatoes ( I don't peel them)
    1 onion minced
    2-3 stalks of celery chopped
    2-3 carrots sliced
    1 lb cooked bacon, chopped
    garlic powder (everything is better with!)

    Barely cover with chicken broth and cook on hi until veggies are soft. Add 1 can of evap milk just before serving. If you want to thicken the broth, simply mash some of the veggie mixture and return to pot.

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    Senior Member katybob's Avatar
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    Here's a recipe that's a little different and really delicious --

    4 cups chicken broth
    4 cups potatoes, peeled and diced
    1/4 cup onion, finely diced (I used 1/2 a medium onion)
    1 tsp. Tony's (cajun) seasoning
    8 oz. cream cheese

    Cook potatoes, onions and seasoning over medium heat in broth until soft. Don't drain. Smash potatoes a little. Add cream cheese and cook over low heat until the cheese is melted.

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