Polish Dill Pickle Soup (AKA Polish Potato Soup)
How to Make Delicious Dill Pickle Soup that tastes just like eating dill pickle chips, according to my family, so give it a try! It's gluten free as well.
Check out this recipe for loaded dill pickle soup from Delish.com--pickle lovers only!
"Finely chopped dill pickles are combined with lots of seasonings in chicken broth to make a very unique soup. This does sound like an odd recipe, but it really is good!"
Dill Pickle Bread - Delicious yeast bread made with real pickles and fresh dill. Unique goodness!
This stovetop Dill Pickle Soup with sour cream is flavorful and delicious. This savory soup is easy to make and ready in just 30 minutes. It's hearty and perfect for Meatless Monday dinner or if you're following a vegetarian diet.
Your new favorite soup is right here! This Polish Dill Pickle Soup features potatoes, onion, carrot, briny dill pickles and sour cream. It requires just 30 minutes of your time and provides you with a hearty and satisfying bite. This cozy soup is savory, creamy and kids love it too. Perfect for lunch or dinner. Can be made Low Carb and KETO (see the post for substitution tips). #lavenderandmacarons #souprecipes #polishrecipes #soups #soupideas
Add some tang to your soup repertoire by introducing this dill pickle dish to your family! Some of the links on this site are affiliate links. This means if you click on a link and purchase something, I'll receive a small affiliate commission at no cost to you. Thanks so much for supporting my efforts with this blog! I love dill pickles. Not quite as much as the Duggars, but I can easily put away several pickles at one time. We also really enjoy soup around here and since I try to make a different one each week for dinner, I like to get creative with the flavors to keep things interesting. I thought this turned out great and G declared it one of his absolute favorites: What You Need 1 stick butter 1 cup flour 6 cups chicken stock 2 cups dill pickle juice 1 1/2 cups diced dill pickles 2 cups mashed potatoes (you can also use cubed, raw potato, but I often freeze a bunch of mashed potatoes at one time to keep on hand for recipes, so I just went with that) 1 cup diced carrots 1 Tablespoon Old Bay Seasoning 1 teaspoon salt 1 teaspoon pepper pinch cayenne pepper 1 cup yogurt (see how to make your own here!) At some point, I'll take a better picture, but I didn't do a good job combining the yogurt with the soup since we were all so starving by the time I'd made it. Then I couldn't take a better photo the next day because we'd devoured the entire pot in one night! Just imagine this looking a bit creamier and not having the white globs floating around in it... What You Do 1. On the stove, melt the butter, then stir in the flour to make a roux. Whisk in 1/2 cup of chicken broth, then remove from heat. 2. Add this mixture to your crockpot and stir in the rest of the chicken stock until well combined. Dump in everything else but the yogurt and cook for 4-6 hours on high or 6-8 hours on low. (You can also just make this in a pot on the stove. I bring it all to a boil and then let it simmer for 1-2 hours.) 3. Stir in the yogurt (do a better job than I did the other night -- or just ignore the yogurt globs and enjoy digging right in, like we did) and serve. Are you a pickle fiend? I'd love to hear! Either leave a comment below or email me at lisahealy (at) outlook (dot) com. Also, if you don't want to miss a single minute of great tips like this and all the fun around here, be sure to sign up for free updates and then look forward to having each post delivered right to your inbox. Linked up with: Favorite Things, Over the Moon, Share the Wealth Sunday, Dishing it & Digging it, What's for Dinner?, Family Joy Blog Link-Up, Literacy Musings Monday, Practical Mondays, Homeschool Nook Link Up, Happiness is Homemade, Merry Monday, Motivation Monday, What'd You Do This Weekend, Meet Up Monday, Totally Terrific Tuesday, Together on Tuesdays, Show Me Yours Linky, Tasty Tuesdays, Little Learning Link Up, Two Uses Tuesday, Hip Homeschool Hop, Lou Lou Girls Fabulous Party Tuesday Talk, Wonderful Wednesday, A Little Bird Told Me, Everything Early Childhood, Creative Muster, Party in Your PJs,What to Read,I Am Pinnable, Christian Bloggers Link Up, This Is How We Roll, Creative Ways, Hearts for Home, Creative Exchange, 100 Happy Days, Try It Like It, No Rules Weekend Blog Party, Tune in Thursdays, Booknificent Thursdays, Thursday Favorite Things, I'm Lovin' It, Inspiration Spotlight, Home Matters, Pretty Pintastic Party, Weekend Potluck, Awesome Life Friday, Creative Collection, The Beautifully Creative Inspired , Bloggers Pit Stop, Weekend Traffic Jam, Pin Me Party, From the Archives, Family Fun Friday, Friday Frivolity, Bloggers Spotlight, Make My Saturday Sweet, Weekend Wind-Down Party,Friday Features Linky, Funtastic Friday , Best of the Weekend, Sweet Inspiration Link Party, Small Victories Sunday, You're Invited, Love to Learn Tuesdays
There is so much to learn about the pickle! I am having a blast researching what makes a pickle a pickle, where they originated, how they have affected a countries economy and much more. My favorite