Swiss potato soup
Swiss potato soup is traditionally made either on vegetables or chicken bouillon and is mostly popular amongst the children and adults, too. The ingredients used to make this dish are: potatoes, margarine or butter, onion, vegetable or chicken stock, salt, dried marjoram, flour, milk, fresh parsley, Cheddar cheese. Some other optional components, usually added to give more taste and aroma to the dish are: bacon, olive oil, garlic, leek, blue cheese, white vinegar, ground nutmeg, Dijon mustard, etc.
The butter or margarine is melted in a large saucepan, and then chopped onion is tossed in and simmered until tender. Then bouillon is poured, followed by potatoes (peeled and diced), salt, marjoram; all are boiled until the potatoes are soft enough. Flour is mixed with milk until smooth and slowly stirred into the potato mixture with the rest of the milk or light cream. When the soup is thick enough it is ready to be served into bowls, topped with chopped fresh parsley and shredded cheese. To enrich the taste, additional seasoning is offered to customers who like a spicier variant of the dish.
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