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potato and corn soup | kelly’s kitchen

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  1. Carroll Niesen says:

    I enjoy making potato soup during the winter. I am going to borrow from your version to change things up!

    • Wonderful, Carroll! Let me know how your recipe comes out with the modifications you make! I love to pick and choose ingredients or strategies to try new things. So fun! Take care, thank you for tuning in this week, xo Kelly

  2. Rosemary Leon says:

    Delicious! Your enthusiasm and love for cooking comes through in your posts. Thanks a million from Texas.

    • Thank you, Rosemary! I am so happy that you can feel my enthusiasm through my writing, it’s a very important part of cooking, for me. Thank you for reading and writing in today, xo Kelly

  3. Margaret Hunter says:

    Love your Saturday posts Kelly! Keep up the good work.

  4. Stephanie Bailey says:

    We love making another dinner or soup from leftovers!
    This soup looks terrific with the crispy potatoes addition & old bay.
    I have corn cob broth & chicken broth frozen for my last batch of chicken corn soup this week.
    Thanks Kelly, your posts are so well done

    • Hi Stephanie, Thank you so much! The crispy potatoes really take it up a notch! Your chicken corn soup sounds delicious…perfect for these last days of summer! Thank you for reading the post and writing in today, have a lovely Labor Day weekend. xo Kelly

  5. Julie Greene says:

    Hi Kelly,

    This soup sounds delicious! I had to laugh, I would have those crisped up potatoes eaten before they ever hit the soup.

    Have a wonderful weekend. I am sure there will be lots of delicious food on the agenda.

    Julie

    • Ha! It’s true, Julie…a few of the crispy potatoes managed to miss their debut in the soup! We are planning a Labor Day bbq…menu TBD! You have a wonderful Labor Day, too. xo Kelly

    • Sylvia Espinoza says:

      It’s Saturday night and am almost AWOL commenting on yet another fantastic recipe! You’re so gifted in the art of cooking, Kelly. Thank you for sharing your passion. Last week’s Persian recipe was delightfully unique. With many August birthdays in my life, time slipped away and I did not compliment you. But I’m watching for your post every Saturday morning. Sending two weeks’ worth of hugs your way this week. A great Labor Day holiday to you and yours~

  6. Julie Greene says:

    Hi Kelly,

    This soup sounds delicious! I had to laugh, I would have those crisped up potatoes eaten before they ever hit the soup.

    Have a wonderful weekend…I am sure there will be lots of delicious food on the agenda!

    Julie

  7. Eva Popovich says:

    I love recipes like these, with ideas for the leftovers. Usually, this is the way my mind works and I make this kind of thing all the time, but sometimes I just need another viewpoint for more ideas.
    PS Right now I am spending some time with my 3 teenage grandchildren, so any leftovers there were when I went to bed last night may have disappeared by morning!

    • Hello Eva, It is nice to have teens around to finish off the leftovers! I do so enjoy the challenge of creating new dishes and recipes from leftovers. It’s a wonderful accomplishment to create something the family enjoys from leftovers! Take care and enjoy your visit with your grandkids. xo Kelly

  8. Deanna says:

    This sounds delicious, Kelly! I’m starting to think of cooler weather and the goodness of soup. Can you tell us about your 12 quart Cambro? What all do you use this for? Intriguing….

    • Hi Deanna! Yeah, sure, the 12 quart Cambro is perfect for when you need to defrost something large in cold water, or let something sit in brine overnight, like a turkey. It’s also great for mixing a large volume of soup! I have really only used it for brining and defrosting. But it is so perfect for those needs. Thanks so much for your questions! Have a great weekend! xo Kelly

  9. Terry says:

    I will have to try this version of potato soup.. it looks amazing. So happy Alex had a good birthday 🎂♥️

  10. Holly says:

    I really enjoy your recipes each week and print a lot out to save (can you include photo with printed recipe?). The photography, presentation and directions are always superb and classy! Not to mention the delish recipes! Yay! Can’t wait to try this soup 😋

    • Hi Holly! Thanks so much for tuning in each week, I am so happy you enjoy the recipes. I will look into including a photo…when we have done that in the past, it changed the format of the recipe card and caused some issues, but I will see what we can do. Thank you for writing in today. Take care, xo Kelly

  11. Ellen says:

    Kelly, I so identify with the creative joy found in using leftovers. I refuse to waste whatever is in my frig. The challenge to make fresh menus from assorted leftovers sometimes yields a meal so good that I think, “let’s do this sequence again, so we can get to HERE”. Isn’t it fun and satisfying?! You whet my appetite every week!

    • Thank you so much, Ellen! Yes, it is a gratifying thing to create a masterpiece from leftovers! I am so glad to have a “leftovers” compatriot in you! Have a great Labor Day weekend, xo Kelly

  12. Terry says:

    I made this on Wednesday, I just have to say huge hit gma really liked it.. I’ve made potato soup before which was good. But with the twist of grilled breakfast potatoes and the corn and bay seasoning really made it a great change. Definitely will make this again
    ♥️ Mom

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