Baked Potato Soup from The Machine ShednnYield: Approx. 1 gallon Since the opening of their first restaurant in 1978, The Machine Shed has upheld their commitment to quality using only the best beef, pork and poultry. Their menu items are caringly made from scratch using the freshest ingredients. The Morning Blend welcomes The Machine Shed as they share some of their delicious recipes with our viewers.nn1 qt chicken stocknn1 qt milk ½ # bacon (diced)nn1 C heavy cream 2 ½ # red potato (diced)nn1 medium Onion (diced)nn3 stalks celery (diced)nn¼ cup fresh chopped parsleynnSalt and pepper to tastennRoux 8 oz margarinenn8 oz flournnIn a small sauce pan make your roux by melting your margarine over medium heat. Stir in flour allow to cook for 1 -2 minutes. Boil diced potatoes untl tender but not falling apart drain and set aside. In a least a 4 quart stock place cook bacon over medium high heat. When it begins to brown add celery and oinions and sauté till celery begins to soften. Turn to medium. Drain grease from pan. Add milk and chicken stock stirring regularly. Don’t let it boil, when it begins to bubble around the edges use a wire whip and add roux until thickened. Stir in heavy cream and parsley, gently stir in potatoes. Salt and pepper to taste. Makes approx. 1 gal so invite your friends.
>>> welcome tore “the morning blend.” we are cooking with the machine shed. our next dish is comfort food and popular for whoever you serve too. >> absolutely. >> it smells so good. >>> chef terry wait is here with the ever popular potato soup. >> we are dishing it up and sharing the recipe. visit our web site. >>> good morning. >> how are you ladies. >> great. >> we are talking about this wonderful smell. >> for the last 45 minutes we have been cooking here. >> and this is the most popular. >> we are world famous for it. >> i tell people where i work and the machine shed and it pops in, good. >> it is the best soup. >> yes. >> and we go through 300 to 400 gallons a week. >> yes. we make it in the jackets. >> every one of them. >> how do you make it. >> it is simple. >> you do it in two pots. >> and make it in a stock pot. >> take the bacon and run it off. >> and if you want you can drai