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    Thumbs Up Irish Leek & Potato Soup

    In honour of St. Patrick's Day, here's a recipe I pulled off the web (from siamsa.org, Montreal's Irish music & dance school)

    Irish leek and potato soup

    INGREDIENTS
    3 large leeks
    3 cups diced potatoes
    1 crushed garlic bud
    3 tablespoons oil
    4 cups chicken stock
    1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
    1/2 teaspoon cayenne
    2 tablespoons flour
    milk

    METHOD
    Wash leeks well in cold water. Slice thin. Sauté in oil with garlic.
    Add potatoes and chicken stock, then bring to a boil.
    Reduce heat and simmer until potatoes are cooked.
    Add other ingredients.
    Blend flour with a little cold milk, stir into soup, then serve.

    SERVING SUGGESTIONS
    Serve this delicious soup with a basket of Irish bread or scones.
    Hope you enjoy it.
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    Smile Re: Irish Leek & Potato Soup

    Quote Originally Posted by Laedifox
    In honour of St. Patrick's Day, here's a recipe I pulled off the web (from siamsa.org, Montreal's Irish music & dance school)

    Irish leek and potato soup

    INGREDIENTS
    3 large leeks
    3 cups diced potatoes
    1 crushed garlic bud
    3 tablespoons oil
    4 cups chicken stock
    1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
    1/2 teaspoon cayenne
    2 tablespoons flour
    milk

    METHOD
    Wash leeks well in cold water. Slice thin. Sauté in oil with garlic.
    Add potatoes and chicken stock, then bring to a boil.
    Reduce heat and simmer until potatoes are cooked.
    Add other ingredients.
    Blend flour with a little cold milk, stir into soup, then serve.

    SERVING SUGGESTIONS
    Serve this delicious soup with a basket of Irish bread or scones.
    Hope you enjoy it.
    Sounds great -- particularly with the Irish bread and/or scones.
    We had some wonderful Irish restaurants a few years back in my locale; the good ones have moved over the hill to Santa Monica, though ; I miss the cuisine, and the ambiance, especially about this time of year.

    Hey, I like that avatar of yors, and that which you added to the end of your recipe ....classy
    Last edited by old aryan; Tuesday, March 16th, 2004 at 01:27 AM. Reason: spelling
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    Post Re: Irish Leek & Potato Soup

    Quote Originally Posted by Laedifox
    In honour of St. Patrick's Day, here's a recipe I pulled off the web (from siamsa.org, Montreal's Irish music & dance school)

    Irish leek and potato soup

    INGREDIENTS
    3 large leeks
    3 cups diced potatoes
    1 crushed garlic bud
    3 tablespoons oil
    4 cups chicken stock
    1/2 teaspoon nutmeg
    1/2 teaspoon cayenne
    2 tablespoons flour
    milk

    METHOD
    Wash leeks well in cold water. Slice thin. Sauté in oil with garlic.
    Add potatoes and chicken stock, then bring to a boil.
    Reduce heat and simmer until potatoes are cooked.
    Add other ingredients.
    Blend flour with a little cold milk, stir into soup, then serve.

    SERVING SUGGESTIONS
    Serve this delicious soup with a basket of Irish bread or scones.
    Hope you enjoy it.

    Too bad I don't still live in Montreal. You could invite me over and feed me. Of course, I'd be willing to cook for you some time too.
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    Post Re: Irish Leek & Potato Soup

    I loveee Potato and Leek soup, our local pub makes a killer L&P soup Yum Yum!

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    Mmmmm mothers Leek & Potato soup...food of the Gods.
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    Post Re: Irish Leek & Potato Soup

    Quote Originally Posted by stroker
    Mmmmm mothers Leek & Potato soup...food of the Gods.
    I don't think my mom ever made it for me though her Stew more than made up for it

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    Post Re: Irish Leek & Potato Soup

    I have never had, but it sounds really good. The only thing Irish my grandmother from Ireland has really every cooked is corn beef and cabbage. I no longer eat meat anymore, but they used to also have irish sausages for breakfast which I loved as a kid. I know that they can be called bangers as well. I think my Grandparents lived in the Boston area so long they are not fully into Irish customs and their accent doesn't sound typical Irish. They are from Donegal(I forgot the county) by the way.

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    Post Re: Irish Leek & Potato Soup

    Quote Originally Posted by MVSSOLINI MIT VNS
    I have never had, but it sounds really good. The only thing Irish my grandmother from Ireland has really every cooked is corn beef and cabbage. I no longer eat meat anymore, but they used to also have irish sausages for breakfast which I loved as a kid. I know that they can be called bangers as well. I think my Grandparents lived in the Boston area so long they are not fully into Irish customs and their accent doesn't sound typical Irish. They are from Donegal(I forgot the county) by the way.
    I'd kill a small nation of people for a banger right now, i love Cornbeef and Cabbage "though the cornbeef i had in the USA was nasty"!

    Donegal is so beautiful!


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    Post Re: Irish Leek & Potato Soup

    Quote Originally Posted by WarMaiden
    I'd kill a small nation of people for a banger right now, i love Cornbeef and Cabbage "though the cornbeef i had in the USA was nasty"!
    Yes corn beef (silverside) with cabbage & potato in jackets and white sauce, brilliant. Perhaps some Trifle or Apple Crumble with cream and ice cream for dessert.....there goes the waistline.

    Donegal is so beautiful!


    I am yet to get to Ireland but isn't everywhere in Ireland beautiful ? At least from the pictures I've seen.
    Politics is where we send the mediocre people so they can feel vaguely consequential and when they say ''His Excellency or The Honourable Minister", They really mean "This Prick here"

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    Post Re: Irish Leek & Potato Soup

    Quote Originally Posted by stroker
    Yes corn beef (silverside) with cabbage & potato in jackets and white sauce, brilliant. Perhaps some Trifle or Apple Crumble with cream and ice cream for dessert.....there goes the waistline.



    I am yet to get to Ireland but isn't everywhere in Ireland beautiful ? At least from the pictures I've seen.
    Trifle OH YUMMY i make a killer Trifle... And yes everywhere is beautiful, some parts more than others though, donegal being one of the nicer parts!

    Hails

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