Potato soup is a great hearty meal to warm you up on a cold day. There are a lot of different ways to make potato soup. One tip is to cook the bacon nice and crispy and crumble it up to put on top of the soup. To make it the old-fashioned way heavy cream should be used but this can be substituted for milk and broth. Also, the additives like cheese and onions can be stirred in the pot or topped at the end.
- Potato soup is that perfect winter recipe, even in Florida for those chilly 50 degree nights.
- Cooking the potatoes in bacon gives them extra flavor since they absorb all that fat and flavor.
- Don’t forget the toppings, since it is called loaded, it needs the sour cream, cheese, and chives, if not more toppings.
“Some potato soups start with cooking the potatoes separately in the microwave or baking them. What I love about this recipe is that everything gets thrown in together and the potatoes don’t turn to mush”
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