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Ingredients: 2 Tbs butter 1 small onion 1 small slender leek 1 large baking potato one bouquet garni* 2 cups chicken stock 1 cup half and half salt and pepper *Bouquet Garni: a seasoning sachet made up of whole black peppercorns, parsley stems, ...
Another great fave of mine for the winter, but this is nice chilled in the summer too.
This sounds like it would be a really nice winter warmer soup. I originally found it in a booklet put out by the BBC Good Food magazine. The recipe says that it is suitable for freezing.
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Ingredients: 2 Tbs butter 1 small onion 1 small slender leek 1 large baking potato one bouquet garni* 2 cups chicken stock 1 cup half and half salt and pepper *Bouquet Garni: a seasoning sachet made up of whole black peppercorns, parsley stems, ...
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Another great fave of mine for the winter, but this is nice chilled in the summer too.
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This sounds like it would be a really nice winter warmer soup. I originally found it in a booklet put out by the BBC Good Food magazine. The recipe says that it is suitable for freezing.
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Sarah_Jayne
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i like to add a few different veggies to my soups and sometimes some lentils or barley to make it more filling and of course to add protein
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Julia Child, Julia's Kitchen Wisdom, Alfred A. Knopf
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Chunky Leek and Potato Soup
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A wonderful coldweather soup and great for those who like a creamy soup without much creamjennifer freedmanCreamy Leek and Potato Soup Potage PoireauxPommes de Terre1 1/2 pounds small boiling potatoes2 leeks, white and tender green parts3 ...
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Chilled Leek and Potato Soup
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Super rich, creamy, delicious and warmed the belly immediately. Rosemary seems to work very well with the curry. Awesome fall or winter soup on a cold day. I added a few drops of sesame oil which kicked up the richness a notch. Also I omitted the arame (didn't know what it is). Also I used vegetable stock instead of plain water which added some extra salt so I used a bit less soy sauce. Was worried about the raw garlic being overpowering but it turned out perfect (although I do love garlic and used a massive clove :) If you are not a fan of garlic just leave it out and enjoy.