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|By :Ace Blender|
|Browse Category||Side Dishes, Soups, Stews & Broths|
|Cooking Technique||Ace Blender|
|Main Ingredient||Chicken Broth, Leeks, Potatoes, Whipping Cream|
|Prep Time||20 minutes|
|Cook Time||23 minutes|
Helpful Tip: This is also great topped with shredded Cheddar cheese and crumbled bacon, just like a loaded baked potato.
1st Recipe I tried in the IP Ace blender, very easy, this is a pureed soup. Really helped me get a better idea, how i can create other pureed soups using vegetables like squash.
Soup came out great and very easy to make.
So good I’m making again for the company tomorrow for lunch.
I love my case blender.
Came out great and easy to make.
Making again tomorrow for company for lunch.
I love my ace blender.
It’s me again from Evergreen, I made this recipe last week and then again today for my luncheon.
Enjoyed again by everyone.
The cooking time is actually more like one hour because, once you get the ingredients inside the blender,
It takes about 35 minutes to get to temperature before the 23 minutes cooking time begins. So just take that into account so your serving time won’t be.
Pretty simple to make nice and thick. Interesting texture. How long after cooking does this keep ?
Sound great, but one question can i relace heavy cream with an vegeterian alternative?
Easy!! Loved it
I would’ve liked more of a spice profile than thyme.
Everyone has personal preference to spices used and amount. These recipes are nice and easy, if you prefer more spices like coriander, ginger etc feel free to add your own personal touch to the provided recipes.
This was an easy and sensational recipe. I added extra minced garlic, and 50% more leek. But it was delivious. And thick.
Do t forget to add bacon as a garnish.
Delish! I also upped the spice and added half an avacado instead of cream! My blender was to temp in less than 10 mins so soup in 30 or less!
I am using this appliance for the very first time. I picked the potato and leek soup, because I’ve never had it. I did choose to put 1/2 of avocado instead of the cream. I’ll let everyone know how it went.