This month we welcome to the blog J. Nicole of Get Nourishment. Throughout the month of October she will be serving up tasty weekly recipes.
J. Nicole strives to put Christ’s love on display to the world and one medium she chose was food. She started cooking because she developed a very close relationship with her grandmother. Before that happened, she use to burn rice…yes rice! Her grandmother sparked an interested in her to work on family recipes, attend cooking classes, research cooking ideas, and become an apprentice for a great chef. Along her cooking journey, she has also chosen Christ as her Lord and Savior. While developing her relationship with God, she learned that Jesus Christ used food (feed the thousands, represent His body, etc.) to spread His love. She soon thought, “I love Christ and food so why not share a weekly recipe with others and spread the love of Christ? “. Thus Get Nourishment was born!
Bacon & Potato Soup
- Prep Time 10 mins
- Cook Time 30 mins
- Total Time 40 mins
- One medium yellow onion
- 1/2 stick of butter
- 1 cup of heavy cream
- 1 cup of chicken stock
- 1 cup of water
- 2 dollops of sour cream
- 12 strips of turkey bacon (use pork if you like)
- 10 red or medium white potatoes
- White Pepper
- Chop the potato into cubes.
- Place a pot of water on medium heat and cook the potatoes to medium soft.
- Place a skillet on the stove top and cook the bacon harder than normal. Chop as desired.
- Once the potatoes are done, remove the pot of potatoes and rinse with cool water.
- Chop up the onion.
- Place a cooking pot on medium heat and add 1/4 stick of butter (1st half).
- Sauté the onion in the butter for 3-5 minutes.
- Add chicken stock, heavy cream, and water.
- Mix for about 1-2 minutes.
- Add 1/2 of the potatoes and bacon the pot and the other 1/2 to the blender.
- Turn the stove top to a simmer and stir. 12. Add 2nd half of the butter (1/4 stick) and 2 dollops of sour cream to the blender.
- Blend to a puree.
- Pour the puree to the pot.
- Season with Adobo and pepper to desired taste.
- Allow the soup to simmer together for 5 minutes.
- Gather with your family, grab a bowl of soup, and share a family favorite story!
What is your favorite go to soup?
lacy meeker says
Seriously! I just started a diet on Monday! BUT… This looks so so so so good!
Lol…well you could always file it away for another day 🙂
J. Nicole says
Haha! We can make some substitutions (i.e. skim milk for heavy cream, olive oil for butter, greek yogurt for sour cream, etc.) Hope this helps!