Slow Cooker Monday, this week in FAIL
Cream of Leek and Potato soup
I wanted to make something that could be made for meatless Monday or could be made Vegan.
I decided to make Julia Child’s recipe.
I made a few small changes. Instead of water I used homemade veggie stock, I used little potatoes instead of large russets and I did not peel them & I used half & half instead of heavy cream and sour cream.
- I cooked the soup in my slow cooker on High for 5 hours
- I used my immersion blender to make the soup creamy
- The soup was perfectly creamy without the milk products added to it. *Stop here for Vegan*
- I added the half & half to the soup and allowed it to cook on low for 1 more hour.
The soup was not entirely successful. Two of us liked it, two of us hated it so much that we only ate salad for dinner.
Hopefully Allie has a more than 50% successful post for us today.
Please join Allie and me by linking up your new or previously posted slow cooker adventures!
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