Soup’s On {and a Potato Leek Soup with a twist}…

I linked up at The Larson Lingo yesterday with one of my favorite recipes: Potato Leek Soup.

I chose this because it’s simple and only has a few ingredients and can be adapted a million different ways {and it was my grandma’s recipe}! See below for how I adapted it into a veggie soup! {P.S. I always enjoy reading The Larson Lingo…so go check it out!}
To make this recipe simply add whatever veggies you have on hand {I added carrots & mushrooms} and follow the steps in the original recipe. Chop your veggies {I don’t even peel my potato’s most of the time}, add to the pan in layers {with or without the bacon/ham}, and add the broth/stock {you can use veggie or chicken broth or stock}. Make sure you season it well as you go! For one more twist you can add fresh garlic for a few minutes before you add the broth/stock if you like garlic {don’t add it first as it can burn}. I did not get a picture of the completed soup {sad} but it was great. I often make this when I have a girlfriend over…I chop and simmer the whole thing while we chat and in no time we are enjoying a warm and yummy soup! Just add your favorite bread, salad or sandwich!
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One Response to Soup’s On {and a Potato Leek Soup with a twist}…

  1. mel @ the larson lingo February 25, 2013 at 2:17 PM #

    This looks SO good, Laura!!! Thanks for linking up!!

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