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Potato Soup Recipe

For a yummy and cheap cold weather dinner, we often have potato soup.

If I have bacon or sausage on hand I will use that in the soup. If not, I leave it out. Here is the basic recipe, although I usually improvise.

Potato Soup Recipe

Bacon or sausage (optional)
1 diced onion
5-6 potatoes
1-2 Cups shredded cheddar
cream of mushroom soup
1 Cup sour cream

Brown sausage or bacon with the diced onion. Dice potatoes and add to browned onion. Add enough water to cover. Boil about 15 minutes, or until potatoes are tender. I use the back of a big spoon to smash the potatoes a little. Add shredded cheddar to taste (I use about 2 cups) and cream of mushroom soup and whisk to mix. Remove from heat and add sour cream.

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  1. Sounds delightful! I was so sorry we didn’t get to meet at #Blissdom, but I am excited to mail you Pamela’s book! Just email me a postal addy!
    hugs
    Sweetie

  2. Yummy! I’ve never tried it with sour cream. Sour cream was my BEST FRIEND with my last pregnancy. :P

  3. This sounds divine! Plus, I love how simple it sounds to make. Thanks!

  4. What a comforting soup! This sounds delish! :D

  5. Potato soup was one of my absolute favorites before I realized I was allergic to dairy. I’ve been afraid to try to make it with my milk alternatives because I don’t think it will taste quite rights. I have a fabulous crock pot version if you’re interested in it I can email it to you.

  6. oh – I LOVE, love, love potato soup…especially with all this icky weather. :)

  7. Potato soup is wonderful! I have never added crm soups or sour cream but i am sure it would make it even more yummy!

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    Thanks!

  8. I made this for supper tonight. I used Turkey ham ’cause that is what was around. It was yummy!!! Thanks :)

  9. Wow! I made this last night and let me just say that it was amazing and so simple! Then we all curled up and watched the Vancouver Olympic opening ceremony . A perfect stay at home comfort meal! THANKS

  10. I found your recipe through “5 Dollar Dinners” and made this for the first time tonight. It was AWESOME! Thanks so much for sharing; this will definitely stay on my family’s fall/winter meal rotation. :)

  11. Did you scale that down to a smaller family or does that really feed your bigger family? We are a family of 5 and I don’t know if that would fill us up. Maybe we just eat a lot. (My 11-year old daughter *does* eat like a teenage boy!) I can’t wait to try it, though. Thanks so much for sharing it.

  12. I made this again today for lunch, it is very good :)

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