Recipe by MARBALET
"This rich garlic soup is sure to be a winner!"
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garlic cloves, peeled
2 1/2 cups
2 1/2 cups
heavy whipping cream
peeled and cubed potatoes
salt and pepper to taste
I also made this soup because everyone in my household had a cold. It definitely helped (garlic is a natural antibiotic). Here are some things the recipe doesn't tell you: 3/4 cup of garlic = about two full bulbs (not cloves, bulbs). Sautee the garlic until some of it just begins to brown (this is the "color" it references). Sautee the garlic slowly or else it will get bitter and stir constantly or else it will stick. Preparing and cooking the garlic is the most labor intensive part of the recipe. I used about 1.25-1.5 cups diced potatoes (about 3 medium sized ones) to help thicken which is quite a bit more than what is called for. Also to thicken the soup and make it more of a bisque add two rounded tablespoons of corn starch (or 4 tbls flour) before pureeing. If your blender has a "whip" cycle, use it. Let it whip/puree for a good 5 minutes (you might have to do half at a time); this will help make that whipping cream do its job. Next return the soup to the pan and boil for 1 minute; this will help the corn starch/flour do what it does best. This soup came out SO good! The flavor was mild, but then again I'm Italian and immune to garlic’s pungency. I think if you like garlic you'll love this creamy version of the soup. If you don't like garlic, don't try this, it's not for you. It will help a cold if you have one or help prevent one if you feel one coming on. My whole family loved this with warm rolls and butter! I hope you enjoy it too!
Cleaning the garlic takes a long, long time, and even though I love garlic, this soup tasted too strongly of garlic. It is definitely not worth the time you have to invest in making this soup.
I have been looking for a garlic soup recipe that tasted like some I had in New Orleans. This was it. It was not difficult to make and tasted heavenly. Not too strong but that depends on what type of garlic you use. My family and coworkers loved it. The extra time it takes to make this soup is worth it.
Very yummy. A keeper for sure. I didn't use the wine(replaced with more broth). I think next time I'll cut back on the cream and add a little more potato, it could have been a tad bit thicker. Time consuming to make, but worth it.
This didn't seem to be as much work as some of the others suggested. Maybe I just knew that it would be worth it so it didn't bother me.
Some of the other reviewers also suggested that this recipe might be to runny. I followed the recipe exactly (with the exception of using more broth instead of wine) and it turned out just like we had experienced on our cruise vacations.
This is great served out of bread bowls!! Thanks for the recipe.
This was so good. I went on a cruise last week and had some so I knew I had to find a recipe for me to be able to make it at home. I followed the recipe almost exactly except I did add more potato because I didn't want to throw out the excess. I used two bulbs (not cloves) of garlic and one large russet potato. Be careful when you puree the soup because the whipping cream expands. I would advise doing half and then the other half. My roommate has been raving about how great it is, but it is VERY garlic-y so if you don't like garlic, keep away. Our apartment smells great. Very easy recipe. Most of the time is just waiting around for things to simmer, so it did take longer then I expected, but was worth it. Will definitely make again.
This is an amazing recipe! The house smelled great while it was cooking, and the taste of the soup lived up to the promise of the aroma! I used non-fat milk, but the soup was still creamy and flavourful.
This is the second time I've made this soup. Here's what I did this time. I skipped the cream and the wine and added probably the same amount in potatoes. Then I pureed with my hand blender till I got the thickness I wanted. Good soup! BTW...made this because I had a cold. It fixed all my problems! LOL
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cream Of Garlic Soup
Serving Size: 1/5 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 5
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 260
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