How to make it

  • First bake potatoes for around an hour at 400 degrees F.
  • Now you want to spoon out the inside of the potatoes and set this aside.
  • You can reserve skins or throw them out.
  • Now you want to make a roux in a skillet with metled butter adding flour.
  • Let this cook for around a minute, and add milk, stirring this.
  • Now you want to bring your flame to medium letting the soup get thick.
  • Next you can add the potatoes, green onions, salt pepper, bacon, and cheese.
  • You want to make sure and mix this well.
  • Just before serving, add some sour cream!
  • Ladle into bowls!

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  • jcperkins2010 8 years ago
    Do you pre-cook the bacon? Also, do you actually use 2 c of chopped green onions or was that a typo?
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  • notyourmomma 10 years ago
    Yummy, this sounds great. I'll fill the potato skins with some refried beans and top with cheese and serve them to the boys during football for a snack. Yummy in the tummy.
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  • princessakedo 10 years ago
    i had this soup once at tony romas and it was soo good..glad i came across this ive been trying to describe it to my aunt for a long time lol now she'll finally kow how good it is...thanx!
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  • justjakesmom 10 years ago
    This sounds terrific and EASY too. Exactly what I was looking for!

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  • barngoddess 10 years ago
    WIll be making this tomorrow and really looking forward to it--thanks this sounds scrumpcious!!
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  • dean812 11 years ago
    I made this tonight exactly as listed and BOY OH BOY was it good!!!!!Mt wife, aughter and I really enjoyed it. Thanks for the recipe.
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