Mashed Potato Soup
Potatoes are generally one of the main elements when it comes to general vegetable soup recipes and I don’t feel they get enough recognition. I was cooking a roast dinner last week and while mashing my potatoes I started having a brainwave – The little lightbulb went off and I started experimenting with Mashed Potato Soup!
I found some recipes around the net and aftertrying a couple of them out none of them really tickled my fancy, so after a bit of experimenting I present to you my own Mashed Potato Soup recipe! Get in.
This is such an easy recipe and should only take you around 15 minutes. Serves 4.
* 225g (8oz) Potatoes
* 480ml Milk
* 240ml Cream
* 1 garlic clove
* Half an onion
* Salt & Pepper
* Fresh Parsley
Preperation is key for vegetable soup recipes. First thing we need to do for our mashed potato soup is peel the potatoes! Get yourself a big bowl and tip them in, start mashing until they are starting to get fairly smooth. Finely chop the onion half and mash up the garlic clove (you can get utensils for this but I forget what they are called, I’ll find out and keep you posted). Scoop the mash into the saucepan followed by the onion and garlic. Put in some salt & peppers, stir the pan around and pour in the milk and cream. Whisk until fully smooth.
Slowly bring the soup to the boil stuirring occasionally. Once the boil has been reached, turn the heat down to simmer for 5 minutes. Taste and add more pepper if you feel it needs some. Give it a good final stir and then pour into bowls, sprinkling with a bit of parsley and put a small knob of butter in the middle.
This is going to be one of my vegetable soup recipes that’s going to surprise you. I know I have a bit of a thing for garlic but it really works well here. I never knew mashed potato soup would actually work, give it a try and let me know what your results are!
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