EASY Potato and Onion Soup

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Emphasis on #easy 😀
I love it, but then I use more onion than potatoes.  ♥

Need- potatoes, onions,  evaporated milk, butter, salt & pepper.

It’s my dad’s recipe. I grew up eating this.  However….my dad would put so much black pepper in it that we would be sniffing our noses & trying to breathe while we ate it….to find a pile of pepper in bottom of bowl. My mother would complain all through dinner about how he put too much pepper in it. At same time…me & my grandmother would defend it but look at each other laughing & sniffling. So although I don’t measure & it is good with a LOT of pepper, I know I go lighter than he did.
So easy…just try it. There’s not much to lose. Most pricey would be the stick of butter, lol. It’s surprising how good it is. Not to mention quick.

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This was for 3-4 people who like it

5 or 6 potatoes if not real big potatoes and 1 LARGE or couple small onions.
Chop into cubes. Put in sauce pan & just cover with water. Big pinch of salt…or 2. 😀
Bring to boil & cook at slow boil till potatoes are done. Doesnt take long! 10 to 15 minutes? When tender to fork.
Do not drain water. Add a can of evaporated milk to pan & a stick of REAL butter. Then salt & freshly ground black PEPPER to taste &
taste again.
Let simmer a bit to allow butter to melt and flavors to marry.
Taste…

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Can garnish with parsley or chopped green onions 😀

Warning:stays HOT long.

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I always end up going back for more…just another mug 😀

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@ 2013-07-23 15:53:03

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