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Old 05-13-2010, 07:47 AM   #11
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Welcome to the forum mcmann! I see you already got some very good advice, and remember there's no such thing as a stupid question here!

For the future, get yourself a small box of "potato buds" instant mashed potatoes. They're not so good as a sub for real mashed potatoes, but they do a bang up job sprinkled into your kind of dish as a "thickener creamy kind of thing" in a crock pot. I use it as a thickener for my crock pot creations all the time.
Thank You.

Some has mentioned that to me before and I completely forgot that until you said it. I will definitely have to get a box.
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Old 05-14-2010, 09:29 PM   #12
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Hey all, i'm new to the forum.

I am making my own version of another recipe. I was wondering and this may be a stupid question to some of you more "seasoned" cooks. ;-)

Is there anything to add to chicken broth to make it creamier without using a cream of ____ soup?? Milk? Cheese? Mixture??

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Ashley
What are you using the stock for?? Why do you want to thicken it cause there are various ways depending on its purpose...
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Old 05-18-2010, 11:52 AM   #13
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Is there anything to add to chicken broth to make it creamier without using a cream of ____ soup?? Milk? Cheese? Mixture??
You could just add cream.
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