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Leftover fries? French fry soup


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Leftover fries? French fry soup

rworange | Dec 18, 2009 10:25 PM

It always annoys me when I have leftover French fries. They are never any good reheated. I haven't tried it yet but this seems like a great idea (under the "What's New" section


16 oz. Pkg. Plain frozen French –fried potatoes
11/2 cups water
1 chicken bouillon cube or 1 tsp. Instant chicken bouillon granules
1 tsp. Onion powder
1/8 tsp. Paprika
1/8 tsp. Pepper
3 cups of milk
1 10 3/4 oz. Can condensed cream of celery soup
1 8 oz pkg. Processed cheese spread, cubed french –fried onions
Great Harvest Oregon Herb or Irish Baked Potato Bread

Basically, bring everything but the milk, canned soup and cheese to a boil. Puree, Add canned soup and milk. Heat and add cheese slowly till it melts. Top with fried onions.

Ok ... not the most gourmet thing in the world or healthy ... but we are starting with French fries, ya know.

So, I googled to see if anyone else was doing this ... and yes.

This version is simlar and uses cream of cheddar cheese soup and bacon bits ... or real crumbled bacon if you must go all foodie about it.

You have to appreciate the real cream, fresh dill and garlic clove in this one

For the minimalist... chicken broth, salt, pepper, onion, fries

Half-Priced Meals & French Fry Soup

Bachelor French fry soup ... with gravy

There's a photo here. The original intent was crock pot hash brown soup with cream cheese. However, in Slovenia , frizen hash browns were not to be found.

Here's a restaurant that serves garlic French fry soup

This version is less, um, well, you know

1 lb meat: either kufta in 3/4" meatballs or cubed lamb
•1 Tbsp. oil
•(optional: stew bones
)•red pepper flakes (optional)
•1 onion, slivered
•3 Tbsp. pepper or tomato paste
•4 c. chicken broth
•1 c. (1/2 can) tomato sauce
•1 tomato, chopped
•1 medium spicy pepper, slivered (ie Hungarian wax or Anaheim)
•1 tsp. ground coriander
•3 handfuls wedge french fries or Jo-jos
•salt and pepper to taste

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