Looking for a warm, rich, easy recipe to make the most of your leftover backed potatoes? Baked Potato Soup I is the recipe for you! Perfect for a cool autumn weekend, or a schoolnight, give this creamy potato favorite a try!
Frequently Asked Questions: Q: How do you thicken potato soup? A: Potato soup can be thickened by adding diced potatoes, which helps to absorb liquid and increase the soup’s overall thickness. Additionally, baking the soup after adding the dairy will help to firm up the ingredients, resulting in a thicker, creamier soup.
Q: How long does potato soup last in the refrigerator? A: Potato soup can be safely stored in the refrigerator for 4-5 days. To ensure the best quality, it is recommended to consume the soup within this timeframe. For optimal freshness, store in an airtight container and reheat when ready to serve.
Q: What other ingredients can I add to potato soup? A: Potato soup is incredibly versatile and can be adapted to suit any preferences. Other ingredients such as vegetables, herbs, and/or spices can be added to vary the flavor. Additionally, cream cheese, sour cream, or grated cheese can be added to give the soup a creamier, richer texture.