This potato soup recipe is easy to prepare, full of goodness and flavors. It is lovely for cold winter evenings or to be served at birthday parties or other occasions with family and friends. Potato soup is very popular and can be
prepared in many variations. We usually add some smoked bacon or smoked sausages as well as a variety of other vegetables and a few harmonizing spices to the soup. There is quite a variety of smoked sausages that make an excellent accompaniment for this kind of savory soup recipe. Mettenden, Krakauer, and smoked Bratwurst are often used in Germany. Other popular options are Portuguese Chorizo and Hungarian Debrezciener sausages. I used the latter for this soup as I really enjoy the spicy and smoky taste harmonizing with the mellow and rich soup.
Preparation time: 15 minutes
Cooking time: at least 60 minutes
Resting time: 0 minutes
Total time needed: at least 1 H 15 minutes
Grade of Difficulty: easy
This recipe was inspired by Superschlau you can find the recipe in German language here
We usually enjoy the soup with slices of fresh buttered bread.
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