Meals On Monday Cream Of Potato Soup

This is a wonderful and delish comfort food and its perfect for cold weather. It is a meatless Monday at Katherines Corner today, Be sure to read my tid bits at the bottom for alternatives too!

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What You Need

4 Large potatoes (cleaned, peeled and cubed)

3 Stalks celery (finely chopped)

¼ Cup green onions (about three) tops and bottoms ( finely chopped)

4 Cups chicken broth

2 ¼ Cup milk (cream or half and half)

2 Tbsp. Butter (unsalted)

¼ Cup flour (or instant mashed potatoes)

Salt and pepper

Large saucepan or soup pot with lid

Blender (or food processor)

Large Bowl

Ladle

Lets Make It! In a saucepan (soup pot) over medium heat ,melt the butter and add green onions and celery, sauté for 5 minutes. Add chicken broth and potatoes increase heat to medium high and bring to a boil. Stirring occasionally. Reduce heat to low , cover and simmer 20- 25 minutes (until potatoes are tender.) Remove from heat to cool. Transfer to a large bowl. Reserve a few potatoes on the side ( for adding  at the end). Using a ladle place soup into the blender ( you will need to work in batches) blend until smooth and return to pot. Add milk and heat until it starts to bubble around edges,add reserved potato chunks stir well. Gradually add flour (or instant mashed potatoes) stirring well to blend and thicken ( if you like it thicker just add a little bit more). Add salt and pepper to taste  and serve.

Serves 2-4

**Katies’ Tid Bits- add diced ham or cooked bacon bits.  To make gluten free use homemade chicken stock or gluten-free packaged broth. If vegetarian use a milk substitute ( soy, etc) and vegetable stock.

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Comments

  1. Mmmm I like this…comfort food :)

    kathy
    http://www.smallkucing.com
    http://mamakucingbooks.blogspot.com

  2. I love potato soup most any way it’s made! I also love adding finely grated cheese on top.

  3. Ooooo! I do love a good bowl of potato soup!! :-]

  4. Sounds yummy! :):):):)

  5. Potato soup is one of my favorites on a cold day and I really need to try this recipe soon. Hoping it was a wonderful weekend for you and your family.
    Hugs,
    Odie

  6. Great recipe, Katie! Comfort food can be a healthy choice. It doesn’t have to be loaded with fat and sugar!

  7. Nice and warming on a cold day, this sounds delish. TFS!

  8. Mr. Art @ Home and I were talking about cream of potato soup last night. :D Thanks for posting. I need to pick up my copy of On Lavender Lane this week. Do you have a button for your book club? I would love to post it on my blog.

    xoxoxoxo,
    Ricki Jill

  9. Leah@Dipn-Dots says:

    I must confess, I absolutely love a good cream of potato soup! There’s nothing better to warm and fill you up on a cold winter’s day! Thanks for sharing! ~Hugs, xo

  10. Yum, this looks delish! Thanks for sharing.

  11. Looks delish!! Thanks for sharing. :)

  12. Oh WOW, this looks totally delicious!! I hope you’re having a wonderful day!!!
    XO
    Cindy

  13. That sounds yummy. I could go for a bowl of that!

  14. I’m not a soup person until it gets really cold, so this sounds good now. I bet a vegetarian milk substitute would be less fatty as well.

  15. thecottagemarket says:

    oh this is a yummy in my tummy recipe my friend! lovin it!!!! i just love using mashed potatoes as thickener! sending hugs to you and yours : )

  16. Katherine says:

    Hi, Katie

    This looks yummy! I will be giving this a try. Thanks and have a lovely week.

    Vanessa

  17. I love potatoes. Just bought one big sack today. Thanks for sharing this recipe with out. It looks really delicious. Wishing you a great week.

  18. This looks yummy ,thanks for joining us at Creative Mondays :)

  19. Jodi Hall says:

    Looks yummy!

  20. Hi lovely lady.
    Your potato soup looks so Yummy… I could have soup ever day..
    But this one is #one, hope you and your family have a wonderful week,
    just post my new Tablescape with a photo of my kitchen.
    xxoo Diane

  21. P K Glitz says:

    This sounds very delicious. I like the idea of adding the ham to it as well. Thank you so much for sharing this recipe.

  22. Scrumptious! If I had not already made some Brunswick stew for today’s lunch, I’d be pitter-pattering off to the kitchen to make this! Thanks for sharing!

  23. This would be the perfect dish for a cold night like tonight.

  24. Just made this for the boys. It was a HUGE hit. Definitely recommending it to everyone!

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