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Potato Leek Soup Recipe – How to Make Vichyssoise ctm magazine



Learn how to make Potato Leek Soup Recipe! Visit http://foodwishes.blogspot.com/2016/11/potato-leek-soup-aka-vichyssoise.html for the ingredients, more information, and many, many more video recipes. I hope you enjoy this easy Vichyssoise recipe!

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46 Comments

  • YdaPhuck __ YouLyin? on November 5, 2016

    Make sure your Leeks r on Fleek! 😂💀🙌🏼
    Chef John is genius!!!!!

  • Derek Hundik on November 5, 2016

    No thyme ?

  • Shaun Bradford on November 5, 2016

    I feel as if chef john does lines of cayenne…

  • Serena H on November 5, 2016

    Who had to pee when he said "take a leek" lol

  • minouchka on November 5, 2016

    I m french and I can tell you that your version of this soup is just yummy !!!

  • SuperDave21 on November 5, 2016

    Chef Jon, I made this soup for my wife and myself tonight and it was easy to duplicate, creamy, rich, luxurious and delicious… this is a HIT… Thanks for sharing the recipe!! I've always loved leeks, but never made soup with them…!!

  • murtadi007 on November 5, 2016

    This soup looks too depressing to make

  • ziba on November 5, 2016

    we love you chef john!

  • misshollie Lanier on November 5, 2016

    look at u being all hip with the on fleek comment lol😂😀

  • Philip Downer on November 5, 2016

    thank you very much for your videos.

  • Trung Tran Thanh on November 5, 2016

    Finally ….A cooking tutorial that does not put me to sleep with the chief voice.
    Sub !

  • todoeice89 on November 5, 2016

    1:45 I'm getting closer and closer to thinking "on fleek" was actually invented by middle-aged white people

  • N McElroy on November 5, 2016

    Leek on fleek!!!!! 😂 gotta love Chef John!!! Can't wait to try the recipe.

  • lisarenee3505 on November 5, 2016

    Chef John, I love love LOVE your channel! I'm a pretty competent home cook, but I nearly always learn something new from your videos. And yeah, and handfull of crispy bacon bits definitely would not ruin this soup. 🙂

  • Allison Watches on November 6, 2016

    do you really need the creme fresh (spelling is wrong i know)

  • FlashV on November 6, 2016

    what happens with all the vitamins when you cook it that long?

  • Fly MikeChow on November 6, 2016

    vegetable bones

  • Dara Khan on November 6, 2016

    Please tell me you now base your recipes on what you can rhyme with.

  • dwz7q1962 on November 6, 2016

    I made the apple and cheddar cheese soufflé yesterday for my girlfriend and I. My FIRST time and it came out great!!!! Thanks a million Chef John! I will never forget it.

  • Elliott Encarnación on November 6, 2016

    For cleaning leeks, I find the easiest way is to trim off the green parts you aren't using, leave the root on and bisect the leek lengthwise twice (quartering the column). Then just run the leek under the tap and rub with your fingers to get out the sand. It's a lot quicker and uses less water than then bowl method. Then slice the leek with a clean knife. The only disadvantage is your leeks end up in rather small pieces, but obviously for a recipe like this, that's not really a problem.

  • Larry Louie Natividad on November 6, 2016

    have you found any vegetable bones?

  • ShalimarPerfume on November 6, 2016

    How would have they done that before any type of blender? Yeah this comes from a person who seen Alfred the servant from Downton Abbey apply for a chef in training at the Ritz and they were going to make vichyssoise and did not show it. BAH! LOL! With some kind of masher, or ricer or mouli? Leeks and red lentil is a good to with a touch of cumin. Chef can you do a video on your version of Mulligatawny? Please, please, please!

  • Sergio Estrada on November 6, 2016

    I've made this soup with bacon as an additional ingredient. It's sooooo good 😋.

  • Delicious on November 6, 2016

    hmmmmmm miami congrats! come and watch my recipe; i hope you like!

  • John Yow on November 6, 2016

    Take a peek, at those leeks.

  • JonO387 on November 6, 2016

    Where do I find a fleek to put my leek on?

  • Remy Thurston on November 6, 2016

    Used a pressure cooker to make this great soup in half the time. Highly recommend.

  • Anna Bertolano on November 6, 2016

    Chef John! Please cook sarma (stuffed cabbage rolls).

  • Jeong-hun Sin on November 6, 2016

    This thing, leek is more or less green onion (파/ねぎ), right? This is the biggest green onion I have ever seen.

  • Stavros Michalopoulos on November 6, 2016

    Vegetable bones?? Ha ha ha ha… nice. Greetings from Greece Sef

  • Dodekahedron90 on November 6, 2016

    bacon, and some croutons, that would be gorgeous.

  • Leslie Elaine on November 6, 2016

    I love your videos. I've been watching for years. Could you please do a Borscht recipe next?

  • B Shepherd on November 6, 2016

    Oh man, I love leeks. Never thought of putting them in soup. Any auggestions for what to eat with this?

  • 🌸Neha on November 6, 2016

    heart shaped drips of your cream :')

  • Kilgore Plumbus on November 6, 2016

    Doesn't wazzing up potato like that make for a gluey soup?

  • Spikejonzon on November 6, 2016

    I just realized, I been doing it backwards all this years.. And i will try not to ad carrots next time! =D

  • Noah Kirkland on November 6, 2016

    what kinds of pots/pans/knives do you use,

  • Olivia I on November 6, 2016

    Where to find leeks cheap? They cost $2.99 for just one at my local supermarket. I'd love to make this soup, but not for $12+!

  • Joe Ries on November 6, 2016

    "Take a leek", man you kill me!

  • food jazz on November 6, 2016

    Yummy!

  • Michael Picone on November 7, 2016

    I had vichyssoise once. I took it home and warmed it up. It tasted just like soup.

  • Lydia Camacho on November 7, 2016

    Chef John, could you make Creme du Barry?

  • Sandeep Shah on November 7, 2016

    vegetable soup

  • Mark Powers on November 7, 2016

    can you show me how to make pistachio baklava?

  • paulson thomas on November 7, 2016

    Vegetable bones 😀 was so funny statement 😀

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