Life At Korthuis Manor

Life At Korthuis Manor
Captain Randy and his First Mate!

Thursday, February 18, 2010

Nothing like homemade soup!

Tuesday night we took soup and rolls out to our dear friends Rob and Bev and had dinner with them ( and Jacob :-). I made the rolls on Mon. evening and then threw the soup together when I got home from work Tues.

I got this recipe years ago from my friend Audrey - and it's our family favorite. It's the ultimate comfort food. It's simple. It's nummy (for you Deb). You MUST try it.

Potato and Sausage Soup

3 Med. potatoes, peeled and cut into small chunks
1/4 c. finely chopped onion
1 10oz pkg frozen mixed vegies (I often use just corn, or corn, peas, & carrots. I never use the mix with lima beans - yuk!)
1 Tbsp. parsley
3/4 tsp salt
1 c. water
2 chicken bouillon cubes
Mix all of the above together and boil until potatoes are done.

1/4 c flour
3 c. milk
1/8 tsp pepper

Mix these ingredients together and pour into vegies and add:
8 oz. polish sausage, diced
4 tbsp. butter.

Simmer for 30 min. do not boil.

I usually double this recipe - it's awesome as leftovers - if there are any!!

Let me know if you try it! Don't forget to add a loaf of crusty bread!


Jodi said...

Mmmmm that soup looks delish!

Holly said...

Looks yummy! You know I'm not that far away the next time you make a double batch!!
So excited for your trip to the Olympics! Can't wait to hear about it!!

Musicmom-Amy said...

High five on not liking NASTY lima beans!!! Bleck!!! :P Looks like a delish recipe. Just may try it tonight. Unless you plan to bring some over for me ;D

The Kingsborough Queen said...

i love it when you post recipes!!! thanks, janice. =)

Katie said...

Hi Holly, Katie here. 1st time stopping in on your blog & I must say, what a Beautiful Home you have!! The soup looks Delicious, I'm going to definitely make this some times soon after our visitor of the beautiful Sunshine were having ;)

Rebecca said...

Autumn and winter are all about soup at our house! I will be making this next week. Looks/sounds delicious! Thanks.