Sage, Potato And Leek Soup

Make on Fresco
Serves 4 Prep Time 5 minutes   Cook Time 21 minutes   Rated:

Well not sure about the rest of the country (globe) but Perth is freezing it's knickers off this winter. It is SOUP time…I have been making it for Sunday lunch for years through the winter, and this past Sunday was no exception. I have some straggly sage still growing so thinking to trim it a little I decided sage was the flavour base…and oh my! Really tasty…if you don't have sage growing, make sure you use fresh sage…there is a world of difference between fresh and dried. Trust me. Have I ever steered you wrong? Oh…and the same goes for the chicken stock…you CAN use that old bought stuff, but I used some homemade stock that was fragrant and wonderful….couldn't imagine it with anything else...

Surprisingly, I only just learnt that potato leek soup is supposed to be served cold. Those French! I am sure this would be equally delicious cold as it is hot. But I haven't had the chance to try it out yet.

Don't forget we have loads of souperb recipes on this site and also an entire cookbook devoted to soup recipes. It may be time for you to go and acquire a copy don't you think? Stay warm my lovelies...

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Place sage, leek and butter into Thermomix bowl and cook for 7 min/Varoma/speed 1.


Add remaining ingredients and cook for 15 min/100ºC/speed 1.


Check the potatoes are well cooked before blending for 1 min/speed 10.


If potatoes are not quite crumbling with the pressure from the back of a fork, cook a further 3 min/100º/speed 1, then proceed with blending.


Adjust seasoning to taste.


Serve with fried bacon or speck lardons.

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