This potato soup has more flavour than any potato soup I have ever had. For a soup less creamy and lower in fat, use full fat milk instead of the single cream -- still tastes great!
This is tasty and interesting as it is a different way to how I would normally make soup, i.e. sweat the veg in butter before adding stock. You could call it a white sauce with veg? - 04 Nov 2012
Absolutely delicious, the first time I made it exactly by the recipe and it was great. Now, I use skim milk instead of half and half, and puree about half of it when it's finished cooking to thicken it up. It's just as good to us. - 10 Dec 2005 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)
Incredible soup! My husband is a vegetarian, so I substituted vegetable stock (Wolfgang Puck brand) for the chicken broth and used vegetable bullion cubes. I actually ended up using 1 ½ 32 oz. boxes of the vegetable stock (48 oz. total), which is a bit more than the recipe calls for, and the soup still came out with a great creamy consistency – not too thick and not too thin. Some enhancements I made to the recipe in addition to making it veggie-friendly were to add an extra ¾ C. diced potatoes, 1 can of corn, 3 cloves garlic, some shredded carrot, & substituted a large leek for the onion, which were all great flavor compliments to the potato. I sautéed the celery, shredded carrot, pressed garlic, and the diced leek in a saucepan with some olive oil before adding it to the boiling potato / broth mixture, then followed the recipe from there, adding the canned corn at the end. I served the soup with a nice green salad and a French baguette. What a wonderful meal for a cozy night in with my family. Note: This would be AMAZING with some dungeness crab meat added - YUM! - 13 Jan 2008 (Review from Allrecipes US | Canada)