The weather is changing around here and that means it is soup season! Cool fall days are the perfect days for a nice warm bowl of soup. And this easy dill pickle soup is the perfect addition to your fall soup rotation. It is a unique combination of flavors that your whole family will enjoy.
As mentioned, soup is the perfect fall meal. But, if you are like me, you don’t always have time to cut up all of the delicious and hearty vegetables for a soup. So I have made this soup with leftover warm potato salad. Which makes it very easy to prepare on the day that you are serving it for supper. The only other ingredients that you will need are chicken stock, dill pickle brine and some chopped dill pickles. Which makes this a great supper for those busy days.
To make the preparation easy for this soup, you will need to plan on making a warm potato salad for supper sometime during the week. But it is so worth it. This salad is one of my favorite side dishes to prepare and serve with a variety of proteins. To make sure that you have leftovers, you may want to double the recipe (depending on how many people you are serving).
Because this soup requires forethought on your weekly menu, it may be daunting. But I promise you that it is so worth it. This easy dill pickle soup is a wonderful combination of flavors that will have you coming back for more!
Easy Dill Pickle Soup with Leftover Warm Potato Salad
- 6 cups Chicken Stock
- 4 cups Leftover Warm Potato Salad
- ½ cup Dill Pickles, diced
- ¼ cup Dill Pickle Brine
- Salt & Pepper, to taste
- In a large pot, stir together the chicken stock and the leftover potato salad.
- Bring to a boil and reduce to a simmer for 5-10 minutes.
- Add the pickles and the brine. Season with salt and pepper to taste.
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