Potato Soup

Potato Soup

 

Today instead of a furniture makeover, I decided on a recipe makeover.  I substituted garlic salt for the garlic in the original recipe.  Mainly, because that’s all I had.  I used 2 % milk and it called for whole milk and I used frozen onions that were already chopped.  This was one of the quickest Potato Soup recipes that I’ve ever made.  It was also one of the best tasting ones too!

Quick and Easy Potato Soup

Ingredients:

1 tablespoon butter

1/2 cup chopped onions

garlic salt to taste

1 (24 oz) bag frozen cut russet potatoes, unthawed, Ore-Ida Steam n’ Mash

1 cup chicken broth

1 cup water

1/2 cup Greek-style plain yogurt

1/2 cup milk

salt and pepper to taste

Garnish:  cheese, Greek yogurt, and chopped green onion, bacon

(recipe adapted from Sandra Lee Semi-Homemade)

Cook the onions in the butter for 3 minutes.  Add garlic salt, frozen potatoes, chicken broth and water.  Bring to a boil and cover.  Simmer for 8 minutes.  Coarsely mash the potato mixture and add the remaining ingredients and cook for 5 minutes.  Garnish with cheese, Greek yogurt, chopped green onions and bacon or what ever you like on your soup.

 

Cheese, bacon, green onion

I cooked bacon, but you could use bacon bits.

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Normally we use sour cream, I was pleasantly surprised at how good the Greek yogurt was.

potato soup

Barry was so excited when he walked in after playing golf.

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He said it tastes great and its pretty too!

And then he asked if it was on the blog ;)

 

I got the recipe from the Jan/Feb 2012 issue of Semi-Homemade Sandra Lee

I love her recipes, after all, isn’t it all homemade…I made it at home!

Yes, I’m a recipe copy cat and most of the time I substitute ingredients.  I’m too lazy to go to the store.

Semi-Homemade Potato Soup

I’m sharing this at Debbiedoo’s Magazine copy cat party.  I love the party and here are some of my other entries.

potato soup

Let me know if you try this, it really only took 16 minutes!

Sharing: Stone Gable





Comments

  1. 1
    Jamie Lott says:

    I like how you timed yourself! LOL I have those same bowls. Wish I had that soup in mine!!
    Jamie Lott recently posted..Custom Built Pallet Wood Bookshelf ~ Pottery Barn Style

  2. 2
    debbiedoos says:

    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmmm! So good Debbie. Love pototo soup and never made it. Thanks for sharing.
    debbiedoos recently posted..Winter knock off decor and more! {COPY CAT party}

  3. 3

    I double pinned this baby! I might print it out and lick it too :)))

  4. 4
    Tami @ Curb Alert says:

    Debbie, oh how I LOVE potato soup. I’m not much of a cook but this looks so easy. I have to try it! Great copycat too!

  5. 5

    Ooooo yummy! Boy I could use some comfort food this week. Thanks for posting….I’ve bookmarked this page.

    Linking from Debbiedoos,
    Ricki Jill

  6. 6

    Oh how I love a good potato soup!! I will definitely have to try this one. Thanks for sharing it. Pinning.
    Shari @ Turnstyle Vogue recently posted..Furniture Debut: The Mercantile Bin

  7. 7

    Oooo, gotta try this one — i’m a sucker for good potato soup! Thanks for sharing, Debbie ~ Happy Monday!
    xo Heidi
    Heidi @ Decor & More recently posted..This ‘n That Monday

  8. 8
    Jo says:

    gosh! wish we had smell and taste-ah-vision,dang gurl I’ve got to pin and copycat this.
    saw it at Debbiedoo’s,had to check it out,so glad I came, I sure enjoyed!
    ~Jo @ LoblollyLane
    Jo recently posted..LOVE without reason

  9. 9
    Bliss says:

    I want this soup and I want it NOW! So I will pin it so I can have it tomorrow.

    Bliss
    Bliss recently posted..Barber Shop Sign Copy Cat Challenge

  10. 10

    I love soup in the winter and this sounds amazing. I will be trying this very soon. Most likely tomorrow!!!
    Jordan@the2seasons recently posted..New and Improved Laundry Area

  11. 11
    Donna says:

    Trying it right now! I did not have yogurt so I used some cream cheese!

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