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Loaded "Baked Potato" Soup

Loaded "Baked Potato" Soup recipe
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Give the stove the night off with this easy microwave recipe. You can sit down to a bowl of creamy, bacon-y potato soup in half an hour.
time
prep:
30 min
total:
30 min
servings
total:
4 servings, about 1 cup each
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posted:
10/13/2009
I doubled the recipe and did the first part in the microwave and finished it on the stove. It is a great meal. we had it for lunch the next day. It is a quick easy meal for my family. We had everything in the house and did not have to go to the store. This will be a staple in our home because we are on a tight budget.
posted:
10/12/2009
I made this on the stove. I put about half in the blender and it thickened right up. It was still a little grainy though, I don't know what to do about that.
posted:
10/12/2009
quick easy good but needs salt & pepper
posted:
10/12/2009
I completely took this recipe and did my own thing with it! I started out boiling the cubed potatoes(of which I used 2) in the chicken stock. I then added 1 cup of milk and 1/4lb. velveeta. To thicken the soup I added about a tblsp. of sour cream. top with bacon! This is the best soup to make quickly on a cold day when you just want to curl up with a book!
posted:
10/11/2009
I didn't measure anything and it came out awesome, although a bit salty, and I even used reduced sodium broth. I used 5 small potatoes, 4 slices turkey bacon and I just added milk and broth until it looked right; probably about a cup and a half of each. I also used maybe a 1/4 packet of green onion dip, since I didn't have any onions, and 1/4 packet of ranch seasoning... maybe it was one of those that made it salty. I will definitely make it again, but with actual onions instead of the dip, and maybe without the ranch packet, or just a tsp or so...
posted:
10/11/2009
I cooked the potatoes in the chicken stock on the stove. Used 1/4 cup sour cream instead of milk. Thin with milk as needed. Great taste and perfect comfort food on a cold day. I'll make it again.
posted:
10/9/2009
I did add an additional potatoand used evaporated milk instead of regular milk and I was pleased. Hit at my house!
posted:
10/9/2009
This was avery quick and easy way to make a fast meal. I added some yellow onion and salt and pepper. I tried celery in it too. Both and all work well. Who would of thought microwaves would do it all!
posted:
10/9/2009
I found this recipe extremely easy. This a recipe that you could multiply to serve several persons for a lite lunch or for a dinner party. .
posted:
10/8/2009
This was so simple. Everything was heated in the microwave. However I do wish it was a little more creamy.
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