Cream of Potato Soup
Mashed potatoes may be comforting, but cream of potato soup takes the taste one notch better. These hearty, easy recipes for cream of potato soup use dill and flavored butters to stir up bowls full of tasty goodness.
This colorful side dish soup goes well with roast or other hearty meats.
Kids love this creamy, main-dish soup. It's just like a cheesy stuffed potato--but served in a bowl.
This colorful potato soup is a bit on the spicy side. If you prefer a milder flavor, reduce the ground red pepper to a dash.
Liven up a can of cream of potato soup with fresh vegetables.
Adding far-free dry milk powder gives body to this hearty side-dish soup while keeping the fat and calories low.
Roasting the potatoes and garlic adds a depth of flavor to a classic potato soup. Leave the skins on two potatoes to add rich bits of color to the soup.
This hearty chowder lives up to its name. It's easy, only takes 30 minutes to prepare--and with a cup of cheddar cheese, it's definitely cheesy!
Whether baked or mashed, French fried or hash-browned, potatoes have long been the basis for many classic comfort foods. Soup is a classic comfort food, too, so why not put the two together and try this recipe for how to make potato soup?
Asparagus, potatoes and bacon are blended together for a delicious creamy soup. Garnish with more asparagus, bacon, parsley or lemon peel.
Most home cooks, at least those who cook for a family with some regularity, know how to bake pork chops and have a few go-to recipes they enjoy. There's room in every recipe box, though, for another easy method for how to bake pork chops. Try this one and it might just become a family favorite.
Knowing how to make tomato soup is one of those skills every home cook should have -- canned tomato soup don't hold a candle to the flavor and texture of homemade, and it's ridiculously simple to make. The reason this recipe is extra easy is because it uses canned tomatoes, so there's no fretting over what type of tomato to use, or whether the tomatoes are at peak ripeness (in fact, canned tomatoes often have better flavor than what you'll find in the produce section during much of the year).
If you want to know how to make sweet-potato pie as silky smooth and buttery rich as what comes out of a Southern cook's kitchen, this is the recipe for you. Evaporated milk gives it a velvety texture, and a hint of lemon and dash of nutmeg keep the pie from becoming cloyingly sweet.
Don't reach for the can--it's time to learn how to make creamed corn from scratch. Homemade delivers a fresher flavor, plus you can add your own personal touches.