Potato Soup – 100 Year Old Recipe – The Hillbilly Kitchen

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Potato Soup 100 Year Old Recipe. In this video I’ll be making some good ol’ fashioned Tater Soup. This is my granny’s recipe from way back. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do. Remember, to put God first! πŸ™‚ Ingredients: 4 cups of diced potatoes 1 cup of grated carrots 1 cup of diced onions 4 tablespoons of real butter 2 cups of water 2 cups of milk 1 teaspoon of salt 1/2 teaspoon of pepper The Hillbilly Kitchen Teespring Store – Tees, Hoodies, Mugs, Bags and more – The Hillbilly Kitchen Verses and Vittles: Down Home Country Cooking – Business inquires: The Hillbilly Kitchen PO Box 243 New Tazewell, TN 37824 [email protected] #PutGodFirst #TheHillbillyKitchen #CountryViooking #VersesAndomeC SouthernCooking #Recipe #VideoCookingTutorial #Cooking #Food #Foodie #HowToCook #HowToMake #MomsCooking #GrandmasCooking #GrannysRecipes #OldFashionedCooking #ComfortFood #StruggleFood #BestRecipe #Yummy #Delicious #RecipeRecipeRecipeReookingRecipeGin QuarantineCooking #HeirloomRecipe #100YearOldRecipe #Frying #Baking #SundayDinner #PotLuck #ChurchDinners #CookingTipsAndTricks #DepressionCooking #CastIronCooking #MealsForHardTimes .

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  1. THE MORE (COOKING ONIONS) YOU USE THE BETTER IT IS…! THIS KIND OF ONION'S ARE STRONGER..! AND USE( *CAN *MILK ).. REG. CARNATION 1 CAN OF MILK (not sweetened )IS WHAT I USE LATER ON AFTER DONE COOKING AND COOLED SOME ..(SALT ..PEPPER POTATOES WHILE COOKING).. IF YOU LIKE CELERY OR CAROTTS ADD TO POTATOES WHILE COOKING…COOK WITH YOUR POTATOES .. MED /LOW FIRE .. UNTILL TENDER ..! WHEN DONE LET COOL ENOUGH SO YOUR MILK DOESN'T CURDLE.. STILL WARM DROP IN 1 STICK OF BUTTER INTO SOUP .. ADD 1 CAN OF MILK TO YOUR BROTH .. LET COOK FOR ANOTHER 1/2 HOUR … SO STIR OFTER ON LOW ..WHEN DONE SERVE WITH CORN BREAD OR BREAD JUST BAKED YESTERDAY.. (WEST VIRGINIAβ™₯️POOR HILLBILLY TATER SOUP) I WOULD LOVE TO EAT SOME OF YOURS LOOKS YUMMY IN YOUR HILLBILLY KITCHEN … I WATCH YOU ALOT …! ⚘ πŸ€—

  2. I'd like to try this as is because it sounds amazing. But I'd also like to try a a few variants. Someone in the comments mentioned adding leeks, some additional spices, bacon (or ham or both,) and cheese, which sounded delicious and would give it a more English flair. For a southwestern flair, I'd like to omit the carrots and add green chilies and some kind of meat (hamburger is good, or shredded beef, chicken, or pork are good as well) which would actually turn it into a variant of green chili stew (popular in New Mexico.)

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