Thursday, January 29, 2015

Great Soup

I make this soup.

It's really great.

I got the recipe from a friend like 20 years ago.

Did I mention it's really great soup?

I've made it 4 or 5 times a year ever since.

I make it every time I want a really great soup.  






I make it for large groups.

I make it for friends.

Occasionally, I make it just for us.

My sister won a soup making cook-off with it.

It's THAT great.



So what else to you call really great soup?

GREAT SOUP.

Of course.




Wanna make it?

Get your stuff.

GREAT SOUP




½ stick butter or margarine
3 green onions chopped or ½ regular onion
3 stalks celery
2 carrots grated
1 box broccoli flowerets  - I always get a big bag and add a whole bunch
Tobasco (I have never used this)
8 oz sour cream
Parsley flakes
Salt/pepper
3 cans cream-of-potato soup
8 oz grated cheddar cheese
4 chicken breasts cut into bite sized pieces - salt lightly
2 10oz cans of chicken broth – can use less or more, depending on desired thickness - but this is a good starting point

Brown chicken bits (lightly stir fry, don’t overcook) set aside
Melt butter in soup pot & saute onion, celery, and carrots- add frozen broccoli midway - maybe 10 minutes total
Add broth & simmer 20 minutes
Add soup and cook till warm
Add cheese, parsley, tobasco, then sour cream – simmer 15 minutes.

This can be made with reduced fat ingredients – never use fat free – also you could use less butter or use olive oil.

Canned chicken broth, potato soup, and cheese are typically salty so I usually don't add more salt.

I imagine that you could make all the broth and potato soup from scratch as well. I'm not adverse to that. I just haven't done it. And it would make this very easy, relatively quick dinner, quite a production. But certainly, do as you please.



This soup is great.

I promise.








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13 comments:

Jennifer Schmidt said...

This soup is AMAZING. I love this soup. So glad you included us last weekend when you made it.

Leslie Harris said...

I am definitely making this. funny but I have been craving soups lately and this looks so good. :) Thanks Karen.

~ Dixie said...

Looks so tasty!

Danni@SiloHillFarm said...

What??? You have never used Tabasco???? It puts a wonderful zip in stuff. Sam and I love it and even went to the Tabasco factory on Avery Island when we were in Louisiana last November. Get ya a bottle girl! Looks yummy!

Betsy@My Salvaged Treasures said...

This looks delicious, I can almost smell it from here. Perfect for a cold winter day. Thanks so much for stopping by and for your sweet comment.

Bliss said...

I might have to make this, I hear it's really great soup.

stephanie said...

I'm so glad you reminded me about this soup.

Jennifer Schmidt said...

Don't ruin it with tabasco! Please! It is perfect as it is.

Angie Forte said...

Wow! This soup is a great combination of my favorites!! Thanks for sharing on Something To Talk About Link Party!

Renee Fuller said...

any soup with potatoes in it is good to me. Gotta try this!
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The Crowned Goat said...

This looks so good! I'm always excited to try new recipes and you've given me two great ones in a row! I'm a lucky girl. I can't wait to make this. Hugs, Coco

Jeannie said...

Danni's comment made me laugh. Texan here, we use tabasco in everything!

Linda Bouffard said...

PINNED. Thanks for the great recipe!! Linda at Crafts a la Mode

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