Evil Auntie's Recipes
The Evil Dead eat Potato Leek Soup
Wash leeks, peel onion, garlic & shallots. Leeks will have dirt between layers where white becomes green - peel & rinse until layers are clean. Chop up leeks, onion, shallot & garlic.
Scrub potato skins, cut into chunks. Prepare chicken or vegetable stock.
In deep skillet with high heat, melt butter, add garlic, shallots and onions. Stir until onions become transparent (about 5 minutes), add leeks and potatoes, then stock. Bring to a boil, cover and cook at medium heat for 30 minutes.
Use food processor to puree. Serve hot or cold.
Various recipes exist with differing proportions, so it is largely a matter of taste or personal experience. A suggested starting point is:
Use a double boiler. Since the preparation temperatures are so low (no steam), the bottom of the top pan needs to touch the water below. It is best to use a thermometer to check the temperature. A final temperature above the point at which Salmonella dies and below the boiling point of alcohol is desirable. 150 degrees F or 65 degrees C is a good target. Remove from heat at the target temperature.
Apply heat, add ingredients. Use hand mixer to beat into a foam as the temperature approaches the target temperature. The foam should have a very fine texture and will expand to fill the boiler.
Serve within an hour. Good hot or cold!
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