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Thread: Potato Soup Recipe wanted

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    Potato Soup Recipe wanted

    I would love to have a good recipe for Potato Soup that could be done in the crock pot (or stove top.) I'd like it to
    be a thick soup, not just milky. Thanks everyone!

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    I don't have the recipe here just yet, but my girlfriend puts instant potatos at the end to thicken it up. I think that is a good idea.

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    My DD makes a baked potato soup -- here is a link.
    http://www.cdkitchen.com/recipes/rec...up124884.shtml
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    This is the easiest potato soup recipe.

    Peel potatoes and chunk them up
    Diced celery, diced onions and I like carrots so I shred them
    Cover with chicken broth to cook until tender.
    I add one can of evaporated milk and half a stick of butter.
    Salt and Pepper to taste
    Add potato flakes to thicken as desired.

    We like crumbled sausage and cheese on it with finished. Serve with sourdough crutons.

    I don't measure anything because it depends on how much I want to make. I don't like it leftover so we usually just make enough for lunch.
    Debra

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    I make assorted veggie soups much the same as these recipes, but whenever I make it as all potato soup (with a bit of onions, celery, carrots for flavour) it comes out like wallpaper paste!

    Please do tell ... what's the secret?
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    I use Christie Jordans' from Southern Plate dot com...
    It is delicious.
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    Those are eye popping awesome!!!! Marsye

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    Quote Originally Posted by gramacheri View Post
    I would love to have a good recipe for Potato Soup that could be done in the crock pot (or stove top.) I'd like it to
    be a thick soup, not just milky. Thanks everyone!

    Can't supply pot soup recipe but can give you a lovely pot and leek recipe, if you'd like it plse PM ,as can't sort this new thing yet ,and who knows whether I'll ever get back to this maessage.

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    I have a potatoe soup recipe that is a little different but my daughter cooks it in the crockpot and I do it stovetop. I dice my potatoes and add dry diced onions and chopped celery. I think she puts it on low in the crockpot. I cook until done and then add a couple of tablespoons of instant mashed potatoes and velvetta cheese, I add salt and pepper to taste and everyone seems to love it. You can also add cubed ham if you want.

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    I've used this recipe for sooo many years. Grandma Webster who babysat us in Gary IN made this for us. Diced potatoes, diced onions, cook until tender, add butter and milk, simmer til warmed through. When you start adding celery, carrots, etc., it's vegetable soup, not potato soup to me. DH not crazy about this soup because there is no "meat" in it. But I love this recipe and it's the one I stick with. I can eat the whole pot by myself no problem.

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    The secret to any good cream soup is the chicken broth. Once I found out that you can use it in anything my soups starting tasting wonderful. Try it.
    Debra

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