Simple creamy potato soup

Cold weather has came to UK as well and it just welcomes to do something simple and warm. I have decided to make really quick, 2 – ingredients (not including spices and herbs) creamy potato soup. My grandma used to prepare this soup during those days when we were kids and came from outside, frozen, full of snow and wanted to eat something quick and warm. If you are soup lover, give it a go… it is really easy. Even for my little monkey when we came home from the whole day out – was simply great!

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As I mentioned, you do not need much:

4 bigger potatoes

250 ml double cream

vegetable stockΒ 

3 bay leaves

salt and pepper

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Take a big pot, add peeled and finely cut potatoes, water, vegetable stock and bay leaves. Bring it to boil and cook until are potatoes soft. Afterwards, add double cream and bring it to boil again. Let it simmer for 10 minutes, add salt and pepper according to your taste and you can serve πŸ™‚ If is the soup too liquid, you can add spoon of flour mixed in water into the soup and let it boil for 30 minutes. And if you are in mood, you can prepare as well Benedict egg, it is delicious with it.

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Enjoy this super easy 2 – ingredients soup!

Vero & Canito

 

22 thoughts on “Simple creamy potato soup

  1. Love this Vero– you had me intrigued when you said it has 2 ingredients!! This looks like such a simple yummy meal and I usually have all the ingredients in the kitchen!! And– love that the recipe comes from your grandmother. It’s a cooler here too– We had soup for dinner tonight!! xox

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    1. Thank you, Rhonda! :-* πŸ™‚ I have few 2 ingredients dishes in my cookbook and mainly from my grandma πŸ™‚ She used to tell me lot of stories about war and socialism and having not enough ingredients and why cook simple πŸ™‚ And it tastes pretty good πŸ™‚ Have a great day, Rhonda. Here it seems it is going to snow ❀

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