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Potato-Leek Soup

Potato-Leek Soup recipe
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Cream cheese and milk add to the creamy texture of this delicious Potato Leek Soup.
20 min
1 hr
8 servings, 1 cup each
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I think you should use several cups of chicken stock or equivalent, and another potato. Scoop a couple of the cooked potatoes, stock and veggies, and run through the blender. You'll have a soup that is exceptional, and get servings that are dinner sized. One cup servings "may" be enough for some women, but the men I know do not think 8 oz. is a serving of soup if it is their main meal (ie. dinner, supper).
Smooth and creamy great flavor and reminds me of my grandfathers potato soup when I was growing up in N.Y. Stae back in the 50's. Nostalgic moment
I made this recipe for my family. Since it was not a formal dinner i did not put mixture in blender instead i just added the ingredients and instead of heavy whipping cream i just used milk. This soup was delicious. I cannot rave enough how good it was. It is also so easy and fast to make. Wonderful!!. Thank from surica925
What a comforting soup . I added diced ham at the end and it was wonderful. I even had to freeze half of it for my mom when I told her how good it is. She gave me the leftover Easter ham to make some more of it for all of us!
I was surprised how good this soup really was. I made this for a St Patrick's Day party and everyone enjoyed it. There was a little left over and we heated it in the microwave the next day, and I think it tasted even better.
This recipe is great, even for those who don't care much for onions.
I made this recipe for Halloween. We invited neighbors over after trick or treating for a soup and homemade bread meal. I made this recipe and two other kinds of soup. I served the soups with a choice of homemade bread or bread bowls. This is a rich soup and works great with the bread bowls. I was able to keep all of the soups hot until ready to serve by using sterno pots. Best of all, the recipe was a hit, even among the kids.
everyone loved it! absolute success.
Made this per recipe for family. I am on a low-fat diet, so next attempt, I substituted chicken broth for water, used Low-fat Philly, and added skim milk instead of half&half.(Do not add salt!, broth is salty). Results were great. Hint: hate to peel potatoes? Use an apple peeler, but remove the slicer/corer attachment.
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