What can you use instead of potatoes in soup?
Soup is a mixture, because you can physically separate its components. For example, in a vegetable soup, you can use a strainer to separate potatoes, barley, carrots and other vegetables from the liquid component of the soup. Table salt (NaCl) would be a compound, because you can't just physically separate the sodium from the chloride, you would have to use a chemical process.
Soups like: potato soup - garlic soup - chicken noodle soup - beef soup with liver dumplings - sauerkraut soup - dill soup, made from sour milk Sides: - boiled potatoes - roasted potatoes - mashed potatoes - French fries - rice - bread dumplings or potato dumplings with sauce - bread or potato dumplings with sauerkraut - potato salad Desserts: - crepes filled with jam or strawberries and whipped cream - honey cake called…
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You can, but they won't taste as good. You can cook the potatoes a day ahead and then heat them in the microwave and add hot milk or cream when you're ready to serve them. If you do this, I wouldn't mash them until they've been reheated. Yes you can when you use cream cheese & sour cream instead of milk. They are called Make Ahead Mashed Potatoes.....I use garlic powder instead of onion powder.