Hearty Garlic Potato Soup

Hearty Garlic Potato Soup

"'I started with a basic potato soup and added my own touches to come up with this comforting recipe,' writes Beth Allard from Belmont, New Hampshire."
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40 m servings
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  1. Place potatoes, carrot and garlic in a Dutch oven and cover with water. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 15-20 minutes or until tender. Drain. Place 3 cups potato mixture in a bowl and mash. Set aside mashed potatoes and remaining potato mixture.
  2. In a skillet, cook sausage and onion over medium heat until meat is no longer pink; drain and set aside. In a soup kettle, melt butter. Stir in flour until smooth; gradually add the milk. Bring to a boil; cook and stir for 2 minutes or until soup is thickened.
  3. Add the parsley, salt, bouillon, seasoned salt and pepper; mix well. add the mashed potato mixture; cook and stir until heated through. Add the reserved potato and sausage mixtures. Heat through.

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One of my girlfriends and I made this soup. We followed the directions pretty closely, but we added roasted red peppers and took care to add the grease from the sausage. Hubby loved it! So did w...

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I was looking for a way to use up an abundance of potatoes, both red and russet. I'm ready to go but I don't know which potato to use. Can someone help me out with that detail? My real rating ...

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One of my girlfriends and I made this soup. We followed the directions pretty closely, but we added roasted red peppers and took care to add the grease from the sausage. Hubby loved it! So did w...

A great soup! I added a half can of whole kernel corn; sauteed the sausage/onions in a tblsp. of olive oil and did not drain them; and doubled the garlic. It smelled fabulous while cooking and m...

I signed up just to rate this with 5 stars. It was sooooo good! I used hot sausage. I think it might be better called Potato/Sausage soup. Definite sausage flavor more so than garlic. This ...

This is a really good recipe. I did do a few things different, however. First of all, I decided not to use sausage b/c of the grease. Instead, I cooked the onions with the potatoes, carrots, and...

This soup is creamy and full of flavor. It taste just like it should. Want the milk mixture to thicken properly? After you have melted the butter and wisked in the flour add the milk slowly wh...

This soup was very good! Both my husband and I enjoyed it! Will definitely add more garlic next time though and maybe add some more sausage. Really great though!

Made awesome potato soup! Instead of 8 cups of milk, I used 4 cups milk, 4 cups water. With the mashed potatoes mixed in, it was plenty creamy. I also used spicy italian turkey sausages slice...

Absolutely incredible recipe. I've been known substitute a little of the milk for heavy cream on particularly cold winter nights. Allow a little extra time for the soup to thicken properly at ...

Not garlicky - and I automatically doubled the garlic (spanish roja) - so maybe some of the garlic flavor comes from the sausage, which I omitted to make this kosher dairy. To make up for the lo...

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