"Shoup? You has shoup? Whatchu talkin' bout, Willis?"
My great-grandfather was a cook in the Navy. Some of my fondest childhood memories are of going to his house for lunch and being presented with a huge bowl of split-pea and ham soup so thick you could stand your spoon up in it.
Soup is such a comfort food, such a pick-me-up and make-me-feel-all-is-well-again food. But if you are like me, most of the soup you ingest comes from a can. There are some really good canned soups out there (Progresso's Light Southwest comes to mind), but there is nothing that says home and hearth quite like a bowl of homemade soup.
Today, I made this recipe given to me at a Weight Watchers meeting. Quick, easy, and oh so good. And only 1 point a cup.
Try it this week, and let me know what you think.
Super Easy Potato Soup
3 cans chicken broth
1 pkg Country Gravy Mix
1 pkg (28oz) O'Brien style frozen potatoes
Mix the broth and gravy mix together in a large pot. Add potatoes. Heat until boiling, then bring down to simmer. Cook for approx 15 minutes, or until potatoes are cooked through.
Eat and enjoy.
This would also be great with sandwiches or as a snack for kids after school to warm them up.
"Zacky eat all shoup! No shoup for Ali? Waaaaaah!"