Potato is a tuber that comes from the plant called Solanum tuberosum. They are known to prevent constipation because of their fiber content. They also contain potassium which can help to reduce blood pressure.
Potatoes can be baked, boiled, mashed, scalloped and roasted.
Potato soup is a soup made from potatoes and vegetables like carrots, onions, celery among others with chicken broth and other spices.
In the course of making your potato soup, it could get burnt mistakenly, and you might want a quick way out.
Instead of preparing the soup from the scratch, there is a rather easy way to go about it.
Below we will discuss how to get burnt taste out of potato soup.
How To Get Burnt Taste Out Of Potato Soup
Potato is able to absorb flavors and therefore if you want to get the burnt taste out of your potato soup follow the steps below.
- remove the potatoes that were part of the burnt soup
- get another saucepan and transfer the soup into it.
- Next, add sliced raw potatoes to the soup and leave it for about 15 minutes.
- After 15 minutes, remove the raw potatoes from the soup. These potatoes would have absorbed the burnt taste from the soup by now.
If after this, you still want to add some potatoes to your soup, you can boil some potatoes for about ten minutes and add them to the soup after the potatoes used to take the burnt taste out have been removed.