Thursday, November 11, 2010

Potato Soup

When I see the first snow fall, no matter how slight on the cars, then I know that it will he a homemade soup day.

and today it is
Idaho Potato Soup
I add 3 potatoes
Well, if you do not have fresh IDAHO potatoes....
You may have to add about 12 potatoes
bring to a boil with water that covers to potatoes in your pot.
I add:
carrots, celery, white onions, green onions, SALT (you must add salt when cooking potatoes), pepper.
and boil until your potatoes become semi soft.
I then add:
1 quart of half and half and about a 1/2 gal of milk. Turn your heat down and let it simmer..
Oh, YES...I also add a cube of butter. When my soup is warm I slowly stir in a white rue (flour and milk)
until it is the thickness I want it to be.
I like to sprinkle real cheese and extra pepper on my soup and serve with corn bread.
Yep, I am a happy girl.
remember I said it taste wonderful...and I did not mention the calories :O)


linda said...

I love potato soup and yours looks delish! I was in and out of the house today and it was down right cold! Winter is upon us!

Most Happy Girl said...
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Most Happy Girl said...

Looks wonderful. I can even smell it. Hmmm...delicious. Thank you for sharing. I'll have to make this. My hubby loves homemade soups and chowders.

tammy said...

That looks yummy. I start making soup when it gets down to the 70's.

parkithere said...

wow...come and play and make that in my kitchen...that would be fun eating soup, corn bread and chatting and laughing and just enjoying...thanks for sharing...miss you tons...hope all is well...

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Lourie said...

Oh I am hungry. I love soup.

Kara D. said...

Oh wow...that looks so good! I will have to borrow this recipe!