Creamy Potato Soup Recipe

Creamy Potato Soup Recipe from the diabetic recipe collection at InformationAboutDiabetes.comIngredients:

FORMATTED BY JOYCEBURTON2.50 c Potatoes, peeled, cut up1.00 md Onion, chopped3.00 c -Boiling water0.75 ts No Salt salt1.00 c Nonfat dry milk2.00 tb Cornstarch, (3 tb makes it1.50 c -Cold water1.00 ts Molly McButter, (powdered b Pepper; to taste (optional)Parsley flakes, (optional)

Preparation:

Cook potatoes and onion in boiling water without saltuntil potatoes are very tender, about 20-25 minutes.Mix salt, nonfat dry milk, cornstarch. Add cold watergradually and mix well. When potatoes are tender, pourthis mixture into potatoes and mix well. SprinkleMolly McButter on top and stir in. Beat with handmixer until only tiny pieces of potato and onionremain. If too thick, stir in more water. Add pepper(1/4 to 1/2 tsp) and parsley flakes, if desired, andserve hot. Reheat in microwave, or add water and stirconstantly over medium heat. Yields 4 (1-cup)servings. (If made with 3 tbs. cornstarch, add 7calories and 7 grams carbohydrate.)Nutrients per serving: Calories 225; Fat 0;Cholesterol 0; Carbohydrate 43g; Sodium 546mg.Exchanges: Bread 2; Milk 1.Source: "There IS Life after Lettuce" by PepperDurcholz, Alberta Gentry, and Carolyn Williamson, M.S.- - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - - -Preparation Time: 0:00

Serves: 4

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Is this Creamy Potato Soup Recipe Suitable for Diabetics?

This Creamy Potato Soup recipe comes from our collection of healthy diabetic Soup recipes. Because we don`t know your particular health problems & the guidelines your doctors have given to you, we really cannot say with certainty that this Creamy Potato Soup recipe is suitable for you. Still, because the original compiler designated it as `diabetic` it hopefully suggests that it at least matches the basic condition for the tag `diabetic`, being low in fat and carbs and consequently should be better for your health than the non-diabetic equivalent recipe. For all that, this Creamy Potato Soup recipe must only be used In the event that you understand your own condition and are happy that the nutritional contents are appropriate for you.

Creamy Potato Soup Recipe - Important Disclaimer

This Creamy Potato Soup Recipe comes from the diabetic Soup recipes collection. Obviously, it is inconceivable for us to cook each of the diabetic Soup recipes to certify that all the recipes are 100% OK for diabetics. Our diabetic recipe site has thousands of unique recipes in the collection, and to cook every one of them at the rate of one recipe per day would occupy us for six years. You are therefore advised to read the ingredients with due care to verify that they are compliant with the dietary guidelines your nutritionalist has offered you. If you find that this Creamy Potato Soup recipe is unsuitable for diabetics, then please inform us and we will modify or remove the offending recipe from our diabetic recipe collection.

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