My 7-year-old nephew is in a real sense fixated on anything that has something to do with Avatar, Titanic, The Hobbit, Harry Potter, The Lord of the Rings, and Eat’n Park’s Cream of Potato Soup. So, whenever he is at my home, I prepare this Eat n park potato soup. Today, I’m going to share my version of this Eat n park potato soup recipe with you. I’m calling it my version because I have added lots of twists in this recipe and have succeeded to bring up the best version there ever has been.
Eat’n Park Restaurants, being a family eatery network, has been proudly serving in Pennsylvania, Ohio, and West Virginia since 1949. It serves everything from breakfast, lunch, to supper items to visitors. But out of everything, its amazing potato soup has gained the most popularity and lots of people stop by the restaurant chains just to have this soup in their hectic days.
You will require a 10-minute planning time, alongside 30 minutes of cooking time. So, this superbly healthy and easy-peasy to cook soup will be ready within 40 minutes. Let’s get started…
- Potatoes (1 kg)
- Onion (4 large onions)
- Butter (90 grams)
- Garlic (2 fresh garlic cloves)
- Chicken broth (750-800 ml)
- To taste, pepper and salt of a suitable amount
- To begin with, the preparation process, peel the potatoes at first, then chop them coarsely right away.
- Wash up the onion and remove the covers, and then nicely chop them thinly and set aside.
- Set a large pot over the heating element and butter to it. Melt the butter over medium heat.
- Then add the sliced onion and fry for 5-6 minutes. When the onion is transparent, add the garlic and chopped potatoes to the mixture and take 5-6 more minutes to heat them.
- Then slowly add the full chicken broth to the mixture and bring the whole to a boil. It will take around 15-17 minutes, and maybe more based on the temperature. Make sure the potatoes are tender.
- At the last stage, take down everything gradually to a puree. Right now, take 2-3 additional minutes to heat the soup with salt and pepper, the seasoning options.
And with this, you have finished your Eat n park potato soup recipe. Now you can divide soup in any way you want. But for perfect size serving, divide the soup into 4 bowls.
How to serve
As mentioned earlier, divide into 4 bowls when the soup is very hot. Then add your favorite serving options. I usually use slices of bread along with croutons. So, you are at liberty to go for any option you prefer.
Make your soup special
You are never out of ways to make your soup extra special. For instance:
Use extra seasoning: This will add an extra twist to your soup. So, go ahead with 1 tablespoon of any of these seasonings:
- Cajun Seasoning
- Italian Seasoning (My favorite)
- Za’atar Seasoning
- Taco Seasoning
Use a mix of potatoes:When it comes to the potatoes, it makes a real big difference. So, for extra twists, you can use a combo of different types of potatoes. For instance, the lovely sweet potatoes along with Yukon gold potatoes makes great pairing. This will give a savory blend of amazing flavors along with extra sweetness.
Add in some extra veggies:If you are a veggie-lover, you have your options open. It will also yield a different variation. So, feel free to add a little amount of chopped broccoli or chopped cauliflower along with the
Enrich your soup recipes list
Pair up the Eat n park potato soup with some other magnificent soups to have a diverse experience and enrich your soup menu:
This extra-special soup is stuffed with some necessary nutritional ingredients. Check it out:
|Serving (4-SERVINGS)||Nutritional Value||Daily Value|
|Calories||401 (1623 kJ)||–|
|Total Fat||12 g||28%|
|Saturated Fat||1.8 g||14%|
|Total Carbohydrate||11 g||19%|
|Dietary Fiber||14.1 g||42%|
One of the most interesting facts about the Eat n park potato soup recipe is that it can be prepared at any time of the year. It doesn’t call for any specific occasions, rather it makes any occasion perfect and special. You know what I mean! It is inviting, warm, genuine, and prepared at optimal ease.
If you serve it with slices of bread or croutons, there is nothing beating the test and texture of this soup. Go ahead and prepare!