Here are five quick steps to get you started:

  1. 1 – Start with the basics. …
  2. 2 – Add something unexpected. …
  3. 3 – Make it taste like you cooked it all day. …
  4. 4 – Add the rest of your ingredients. …
  5. 5 – Remember to dress it up at the end.

What goes with potato soup? Aside from the obvious bread or dinner rolls, there are plenty of other side dishes that pair well with potato soup. Beans, salad, corn, ham, vegetables, coleslaw and sandwiches are all great options

 

10 Tips for Making Good Homemade Soups

  1. Make Extra. Before getting started on your homemade soup, make sure to get enough ingredients to double the recipe. …
  2. Make Your Own Stock. …
  3. Chop Ingredients Into Bite-Sized Pieces. …
  4. Sauté Your Veggies. …
  5. Calculate Cook Time. …
  6. Let It Simmer. …
  7. Add Noodles. …
  8. Don’t Freeze Noodles.

If you find your potato soup is too thin, simply add more potatoes in the form of boiled, mashed potatoes or some instant mashed potato flakes. Start by thickening a quart of soup with just one or two more pureed potatoes, or a half cup of instant flakes. Continue adding until the soup reaches the desired consistency.