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Potato and Onion Soup | Whole 30, Gluten Free & Vegan


We love soup and eat it year round. I grew up on this soup. It’s a family staple on my dad’s side. It’s so easy to make, with only three ingredients and in just a few steps you can have this soup ready very quickly.


When I eat this soup, I think of sitting in my grandparents den or breakfast room. The flavor makes me think of growing up in San Francisco. The smell of it reminds me of Grandma’s kitchen. This might be my favorite thing about food: It can transport you to a time and place in ways that nothing else can!

There are only three ingredients in this soup, plus whatever salt and pepper or garlic powder that fit your taste buds. I might also sprinkle some black pepper and sea salt on top. As a kid, I used to put cheese on top.

This soup is so comforting! It’s very basic, but it’s also amazing flavor that will warm up your belly! You can also make this soup as thick or thin as you prefer. I will tell you how in the directions below.


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INGREDIENTS

8 large potatoes

5 yellow onions

Broth or water

Directions:

Peel potatoes and cut into thirds. Place them in a large stock or soup pot.

Cut onions into pieces as shown in the photo below. You can cut each half into eights. Place them into the soup pot with the potatoes.


Fill pot with water, chicken broth or vegetable broth until the water barely covers the top.


Cook on medium to medium-high heat until the potatoes are soft. About 20-30 minutes (depends on your heat, the size of your potatoes and the size of your pot).

Once the potatoes are cooked, use a ladle to remove liquid (at least 3-4 cups) and reserve on the side. Take out more liquid than you think.

Mash the soup using a potato masher, and you will see the soup come together. If you would like the soup thinner, add in some broth little by little until you are happy with the consistency. We prefer to leave some chunks of potato. Add salt and pepper to taste, or add it in to your own personal bowl.

Add toppings of choice:

chives, green onions, cheese, pesto, drizzle of basil olive oil, lemon juice, etc. Make it your own.




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