This is our favorite soup recipe . . . it's Soup-er easy to make (Get it . . . soup-er).
I make this soup almost every week in the fall and winter . . . I've even made it for my in-laws and my MIL had seconds (that's very exciting around here!).
1 small yellow onion
1 large Leek or 2 small ones
1 box chicken stock or Vegetable stock (we use low sodium organic chicken stock from Trader Joe's)
1 small brown potato
1/8 tsp Dried Thyme
salt and pepper
Sooooo easy Sooooo good!
First dice the onion. Slice up the white part of the Leek and wash well.
Put a tbsp of oil in a pot and fry up the onions and Leeks, about 5 min. You just want them to get a bit of brown on them!
Add Thyme. Stir.
Add box of Stock.
Dice Potato. Add to pot.
Boil soup until potatoes are done . . . make sure they're really done!!!! This soup is ruined by under cooking the potatoes (I've done it, I know . . . p.s. Lee was really hungry that night and still ate it :)
Salt and Pepper to taste . . . I think it's best with a little extra salt (yes I know we used low sodium stock only to add extra salt . . . don't judge me ;)
Throw it all into a food processor and pulse until desired consistency!
Eat, Lick Pot Clean!!! DONE!