Selena's StoryI can't remember the last time I had the soup at O'Charleys, but if it's better than this, I'll be amazed!
(Note: you can substitute milk for all or part of the half and half to reduce fat content, I used 2 cups milk and 2 cups half and half.
1 1/2 lb
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half and half (see personal note above)
velveeta cheese, melted (8 oz)
hot pepper sauce (red tobasco)
FOR TOPPING AFTER PUT IN SERVING BOWLS
shredded cheddar cheese
crispy fried bacon, crumbled (optional, if serving to vegetarians!)
fresh chives (dried is okay)
fresh parsley (dried is okay)
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1Wash but don't peel potatoes, dice into 1/2 inch cubes.
2cover with water and bring to boil in large saucepan.
3boil until about 3/4 cooked, 10-15 minutes.
4in a separate pan, melt butter on low heat and then mix flour in. Mix until smooth.
5gradually add half and half to the mixture, stir constantly until smooth and thickened.
6Add melted Velveeta Cheese, stir well.
7Add drained potatoes to mixture.
8Add white pepper, garlic powder and hot pepper sauce (start with a 1/2 tsp. and add more if you like it hot!)
9Cover, cook for 30 mins on low, stir occasionally.
10Time to serve! After pouring into serving bowls, each diner can add cheddar, bacon, chives, and parsley to taste. Enjoy!
About this Recipe
Debbie Elswick dels8 - Nov 12, 2011
I love this soup! thanks for sharing. :)
Margaret Gatens LaylaD - Nov 16, 2011
So if I put it into a crock pot,instead of cooking on top of the stove,would I just 60 minutes instead of 30 minutes?
Selena Parisher sjparisher - Nov 24, 2011
Hmmm....never made it in the crock pot before. The O'Charley's version calls for making it on the stove so I'm not really sure. I guess you could probably use a crock pot and cook for longer on low, but you should be stirring it every now and then. Honestly, I've never used a crock pot for anything but my vegetable stew so I'm probably not the best person to ask! Anyone else have any idea?