Nothing brings my family together than a delicious meal prepared by yours truly. During the autumn and fall season, I tend to cook more “hot” meals than I do during the summer months. I like dishes that warm my family inside and out. A lot of times that means “soups on.” If you are looking for the best fall season soup suggestions, read on. Be sure to try my slow cooker potato soup recipe as well.
I have a favorite fall soup recipe that’s not listed but one that should be ;)… It’s quick and easy and is chock full of flavor. It’s my go to recipe for lunch. I love soup in the middle of the day because it warms my innards. I have a feeling it will become a favorite with you too, when you see how easy it is to prepare it and let it cook in your slow cooker.
I use chicken broth instead of water for this recipe. 6 cups will do it. I also use 2 T corn starch and 1 cup of milk. And butter, only real butter will work. 1/2 a stick will add flavor to die for. But don’t. I won’t have anyone to read my posts. Depending on how large your family is, you may want to adjust the amount of all of the ingredients in this recipe. I use 6 to 8 golden potatoes. Golden potatoes just taste better in soup. They cook up creamier and in soup that’s what you want. Try them and you’ll agree. Next I dice my onion. I do this last so I don’t have to smell onion the entire time I’m preparing my soup. If you are using more potatoes than suggested, increase your onions as well. I use one. There are only 2 of us for lunch every day. I chunk all of this in my slow cooker and set on low heat, usually around 10 am. It’s always ready by 12. Potatoes don’t take long to cook and you don’t want to over cook them because they make a great leftover for dinner. Top off with parsley and serve.
Which soup or soups would you most like to try during this fall season? Do you have a favorite soup recipe to share that’s not listed?
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— Shabby Chic Boho (@terrishutterbug) October 7, 2015