Original recipe yields 8 servings
Based on a 2,000 calorie dietSee full nutrition
The smokiness of the onions and sausage really come through in this soup. I was amazed at how flavorful it was with such few ingredients. I only let my potatoes simmer for 30 minutes because I w...
Very nice as written. I have also made it with half the kielbasa, chicken broth for all the liquid, and no thickener; and have also been very happy with the result. Thank you for the recipe.
This was an ok rainy day meal. I will say it was extremely thick as written. I ended up using twice the water suggested and it was still very thick. Next time I will add celery and red pepper, f...
great, clean, and fancy flavor... so much much better than the overly cheesy and greasy kinds i have tried in the past. i love it! thanks for submitting!
This soup was excellent. I like thick soups, especially potato soup. I used fresh potatoes and shredded them with a food processor. I used more than 20 oz (almost 2 lbs) since the water conte...
Yum, the whole family loved this soup. I used kielbasa and chicken and Apple sausage. So good!
Oh, yum! I made this as written, with one small change: I added two chicken bouillon cubes to the soup, because I thought it might need a little "something extra." This was really great soup,...
All I had was a pound of fresh ground sausage and frozen red potatoes. I usually just look for recipes for ideas anyways as I rarely follow a recipe exact. This was really good. I think I added ...
I added a full bunch of shredded fresh spinach, for color and vitamins, used turkey sausage and a pinch of red pepper. Fantastic soup.