As the days start to get colder, my cravings for soup and stews increase. So for today’s Fresh Tip Tuesday we made Creamy Potato Soup. It takes less than 30 mins for this rich and flavorful soup that takes my love of baked potatoes to the next level. Of course I shared some fun fresh tips: like how potatoes were the first vegetable grown in space, or how they should be stored at 39 degrees or higher. 🙂
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Creamy Potato Soup Ingredients
3–4 russet potatoes (about 4 cups), peeled and chopped (I leave some of the skin on for texture)
1 (10¾-oz.) can cream of celery soup
2 cups water
1 tsp. coarse kosher salt
½ tsp. black pepper
1½ cups shredded cheddar cheese
¼ cup sour cream
2 green onions, sliced thin
1. Placed chopped potatoes, cream of celery, water, salt and pepper in base of Microwave Pressure Cooker.
Seal and microwave on high power 20 minutes.
2. Remove from microwave and allow pressure to release naturally until pressure indicator fully lowers,
about 10 minutes.
3. Mash potato chunks and whisk in cheese and sour cream.
4. Serve topped with green onions, bacon bits, crackers or whatever your heart desires.
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I love risotto. It is a comfort food to me just like mac and cheese. The difference always was it would take me an hour to make it. That is, until Tupperware came out with their amazing Microwave Pressure Cooker and I could make it in less than 20 mins! This week on Fresh Tip Tuesday I went live and shared my favorite Mushroom and Asparagus Risotto. Watch the playback here and check out the recipe below. I hope you love it as much as my girls and I do 🙂
Mushroom and Asparagus Risotto
– 1 cup Arborio rice
– 4 oz. fresh mushrooms, sliced
– 4 oz. fresh asparagus, coarsely chopped
– 1 tsp. coarse kosher salt
– 1 Tbsp. extra virgin olive oil
– 2 1⁄4 cups vegetable stock or water*
– 1 small onion, peeled, halved and chopped in Chop ’N Prep Chef
– 1⁄2 cup Parmesan cheese, grated in Grate Master Shredder
Rinse Arborio rice in strainer until water runs clear, about 30–60 seconds.
Pour rice into Tupperware Microwave Pressure Cooker base and add vegetable stock, mushrooms, asparagus, onion, salt and oil. Seal and microwave on 70% power 13 minutes.
Remove from microwave and allow pressure to release naturally until pressure indicator fully lowers, about 4–6 minutes, before opening.
Remove cover and stir in Parmesan cheese
So good. So easy.
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It’s Fresh Tip Tuesday! And that means another great recipe! This Grilled Lemony Shrimp is from blog.tupperware.com and can be easily adapted if you have not yet built up your Tupperware Collection with the MicroPro Grill.
I went LIVE on my business page The Fresh Expert, to share how this recipe is made, as well as some fun FRESH TIPS! Let me know what you think and share with me what you would like to see next week!
In the base of the MicroPro™ Grill add shrimp in a single layer. Place cover on shrimp in the grilling position. Microwave on high power 3 minutes. Remove from microwave, flip shrimp.
Meanwhile, in a small bowl, stir together lemon zest, chicken stock, corn starch, and salt. Pour over shrimp. Place cover on shrimp in the grilling position. Microwave on high power an additional 2 minutes.
Remove from microwave. Serve shrimp warm with your favorite vegetable noodles or spaghetti squash.
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