As soon as I opened the gorgeous Party Pot from Tuxton Home, I started dreaming of the recipes I would make. With the holidays just around the corner, The Party Pot is the only kitchen staple you’ll need to cook everything from soups and chilis to meats and even tamales. With the temperatures cooling off, my kids love a hearty soup, so I decided to test out the new Tuxton Home Party Pot by making an easy Potato Leek Soup.
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The Party Pot
The Party Pot by Tuxton Home is the ONLY pot you’ll need this holiday season! At 10 quarts, this pot is large enough to cook for parties and gatherings of nearly any size. The pot itself is comprised of non-toxic, triple clad stainless steel and is versatile enough to boil, bake, braise, and steam your favorite dishes. Due to its quality constrution, the Party Pot’s stainless steel walls help insulate and hold heat better. Additionally, the pot is oven-safe and metal utensil-safe and includes a resting place on the lid for a spoon. Inside the pot, you’ll find volume lines which make it easy to identify capacity and measure your ingredients. You can also use a sous vide with this pot through the 2.5″ lid adapter hole. When you’re done cooking, simply place it in the dishwasher for an effortless clean-up.
The most compelling feature of this pot is the fact that it can do the job of multiple cookware, eliminating the need to crowd up your counter space with other kitchenware. You can steam crab legs, roast a ham, or roast vegetables, all in the Party Pot. I cook soups nearly every week for my kids, so it is nice to be able to prepare soup for more than one meal and then freeze it for leftovers later on in the week. To give you an idea of the size of this pot, you could prepare 12 or more servings of pasta, an entire chicken with two side dishes, and soup for an entire week.
The Party Pot retails for $175 and includes the pot, one silicone-rimmed tempered glass lid with portal, one portal stopper, and a steamer-strainer that fits precisely in the pot. For more information or to purchase The Party Pot (which includes free shipping), visit TuxtonHome.com.
Potato Leek Soup Recipe
This easy recipe for potato leek soup is perfect as an appetizer or a light meal served with fresh bread and a salad. If you prepare the soup with dairy-free milk, it is vegan.
- 2 pounds potatoes peeled and chopped
- 3 large leeks cleaned and chopped
- 1 medium onion chopped
- 1 tsp garlic minced
- 1 tbsp olive oil
- 4 cups vegetable stock
- 1 bay leaf
- 1-2 sprigs of fresh thyme
- salt and pepper to taste
- chives for garnish
Sauté leeks, onion, and garlic in olive oil until soft. Do not brown
Add broth, potatoes, bay leaf and thyme to pot and simmer for 20 minutes, or until the potatoes have cooked through
Remove the bay leaf and thyme. Purée the soup using an immersion blender
Garnish soup with chives, if desired