Potato soup?

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  1. Principessa N

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    Does anyone have a recipe for diet potato soup, well i say potato i mean potatoe based,
    I'm not a fan of veg and thought if i could make a potato based soup and then add flavours i fancy, but to be honest i'm a bit clueless.
    Do you just blend potato's or add stock?
     
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    I would make a potato and leek soup ( i just usually make veg but that cos i'm tight with my points lol )

    boil your potatoes and leeks add to the water a veg stock cube and a pinch of sea salt and a couple of twists of black pepper....then depends how you like your soup if you like a bit of spice add a little chopped chilli.

    The end result depends again on how you like your soup, if you want it smooth than blend the lot together i use a stick blender....or if like me you like a few chunks in it just blend half of it. hope this helps
     
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    I would use potatoes and leek too, perhaps a bit of onion, and some stock and blend with a stick blender. I tend to add just a splash of skimmed milk too just before blending.

    Autumn chowder is nice too - dice the potatoes into small pieces and cook in stock with thinly sliced carrots and sweetcorn. Add a little skimmed milk before serving and, if you can spare the points, put some grated l/f cheese on top on top of it in the bowl.
     
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