Our Amazing Potato Leek Soup Recipe – Cooking From Scratch With Printable PDF – Homemade Friday



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This is one of our favorite soup recipes. “Potato Leek Soup Recipe with printable recipe pdf” . Nice hardy and thick soup that fills you up on a cool winter Evening

We are using some of our potatoes from this past summer’s garden. We pairing it up with our 30-minute roll recipe.

Potato Leek Soup Printable Recipe PDF: http://bit.ly/lif-potato-L-soup

I hope you enjoy it as much as we do.

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7 Responses

  1. tyrone26e says:

    I'll have to admit that I use the green of the leeks as well..but great soup that is really economical as well.

  2. Lisa Booker says:

    This looks fantastic! Definitely trying. TFS! God Bless ~Lisa

  3. Cheryl Taylor says:

    Beautiful video. A great one to start my day off, thanks.

  4. John Reinburg says:

    This looks delicious! I can't think of anything better than working in the pasture and coming in for a hot bowl of homemade soup! I like how the whole Family was involved in the preparation.

  5. B&O Craftsman says:

    Watching this in the morning makes me long for dinner already. Great video and receipt !

  6. BigB Xman says:

    Wow, that looks awesome, making me hungry. God bless

  7. Richy's Outdoors says:

    Great vid. Can almost taste it here. Consumption time for Eric 6.2 seconds. I'm also a very fast eater. Take care all.

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