How to make it

  • Peel and cut Potates into Cubes
  • Bring Water to a Boil in Large Saucepan.
  • Add Potatoes and Cook until Tender
  • Drain, reserving Liquid. Set Aside Potatoes
  • Measure 1 Cup Cooking Liquid Adding Water if necessary; set aside.
  • Peel, & Finely Chop Onion.
  • Melt Butter in Saucepan over Medium Heat
  • Add Onion to saucepan; Cook, Stirring Frequently, until Tender
  • & Translucent, but NOT Brown
  • Add Flour to Saucepan; Season with Pepper to Taste.
  • Cook 3 to 4 Minutes.
  • Gradually add Potatoes, Reserved 1 Cup of Liquid, Milk, and
  • Sugar to Onion Mixture in Saucepan; Stirring Well.
  • Add Cheese and Ham. Simmer over Low Heat for approximately
  • 30 Minutes, stirring Frequently. Serve with Fresh, Sliced Italian Bread. Store Leftovers Covered, in Refrigerator

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    " It was excellent "
    susana ate it and said...
    This sounds absolutely wonderul! Have to hurry and try it bofre it gets hot. Louisiana usually has an early Spring. Gave you a 5!
    Susana in Louisiana
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    " It was excellent "
    lunasea ate it and said...
    I love to add chopped scallions and a dollop of sour cream to the individual servings. Have also subbed crispy bacon for the ham - both great. It's like a loaded baked potato soup. Great post - thanks. This is comfort food at its best...
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    " It was excellent "
    vickycummins ate it and said...
    Yummy!!! Yummy!!
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  • cheryilyn 6 years ago
    sounds good
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  • debra47 6 years ago
    Perfect soup recipe for this time of year. I will have to add this to my list of recipes that I want to make very soon. Thanks for posting!
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