+ 3 hr to cool
- 3 cups cubed potatoes
- 2 cups chopped leeks, white parts only
- 3 cups water or vegetable broth
- 1 cup Silk Original or Unsweetened Soymilk
- 1/2 cup Silk Original Creamer
- Salt and white pepper, to taste
- Chopped chives, for garnish
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Potato Leek SoupTexas
LOVED ITThis was delish! I'm not a fan of the oniony taste, so I used about half the amount of leeks. Since we're kind of going all natural at my house, I searched the shelves for some natural crackers because you can't have potato soup without crackers. I found "matzos." I think they're Jewish and they were perfect. They are huge and completely natural.
Potato Leek SoupSouth Carolina
A few changes to use what I had and still great!I didn't use the soymilk and I kept the amount of creamer and that still gave it the right consistency. I omitted the leeks and added 1/2 cup blanched potatoes and asparagus to give it some chunkiness. It was delicious. We all loved it and I will definitely make it again.
Potato Leek Soup
Creamy!!!Silk soy milk works great to make a creamy potato soup!!! If you don't like the onion taste try subbing cauliflower for the leeks. I think it tastes best with some yummy vegetable broth rather than water as well. I also add 1/4 tspn sage, 2 tspns garlic powder, 1 tspn onion powder, and 1 tspn fennel. Is also quite yummy with some vegan Italian sausage (field roast makes a yummy one) thrown in. I also leave some of the small potato chunks to add a better texture, particularly if you are using the vegan sausage.
- Place cubed potatoes and leeks in a large saucepan. Add water or vegetable broth. Liquid should cover vegetables, if not, add more water or broth. Simmer, covered, for 25-30 minutes until vegetables are tender.
- Remove from heat, cool slightly and purée in a blender or food processor until smooth.
- Pour into a large bowl and whisk in Silk soymilk and Silk Creamer. Season with salt and pepper.
- If serving cold, cover and refrigerate until chilled, about 2-3 hours or overnight. Garnish with chives before serving.