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Old 11-20-2014, 03:32 PM
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Default Dill Pickle Soup

Curiosity got the best of me when I saw this soup and just had to try it. I'm chowing on it now, a part of me likes it, another part of me is kinda qua, and another part of me thinks this will taste better once it sits for a day. I have a feeling I will be craving this later!!!

The recipe is below, however for those of you that know me, I rarely follow any recipe to the T, so I will mention the changes I made.
  • I cut the recipe in half
    Did not peel my potatoes
    Added a clove of minced garlic (because everything should have garlic)
    Cut back on the flour, for half of the recipe I used a little over a 1/4 c
    Did not add salt as the recipe calls for
    Used Best Maid dill pickels

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Enjoy! If you love pickles, this will be right up your alley.
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Thanks Sattie. Looks GOOD!!!!
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Sattie, my mouth is watering! Well, to be honest, I'm drooling a bit!

I'll have to try this!

Thanks for posting it!

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It's different Qsis, I'm going to have it again for lunch tomorrow to see how different it tastes after it marries a bit.
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