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Old 08-21-2011, 11:53 AM   #11
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Depends if you're on a diet or not :p Any milk you like
Trust you to find something that wasn't explained, next time I'll post pictures of all ingredients mentioned
You missed the entertainment yesterday Snip? Be prepared!!
Another Creamy Potato Soup
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Old 08-21-2011, 12:01 PM   #12
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You missed the entertainment yesterday Snip? Be prepared!!
Another Creamy Potato Soup
I did read some of the posts last night but not the recent ones! Condensed milk soup, that's a new one Pac. Mind if I pass on this one?
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Old 08-21-2011, 12:30 PM   #14
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Odette's Cream of Mushroom Soup
YUM
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Pleasure, hope you like my recipe I'm almost to nervous to know
Don't be nervous this sounds truly awesome.
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Whole milk, right?

Thanks, Snip. Looks like a good recipe and I love home made Cream of Mushroom Soup!! I like just a little dry Sherry in mine.
I like sherry in mine too. Nice, Snip! C&P.
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YUM
You can pig out all you want on this, Kayelle says it's low fat cause I didn't type whole milk :P
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You can pig out all you want on this, Kayelle says it's low fat cause I didn't type whole milk :P
Thanks Timothy :)
I use mushroom soup as a base for several sauces. The one in the little red and white can is what I mostly use. (I know...)

This will give me a much better way to start them. I can mix some seasonings around for whatever meal it's to be a sauce for.

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Nor will I.
Like I said last night, all those views and no one caught GW's error until I stumbled upon the recipe... I should have chosen Annie's
I think I can handle this one though
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Nor will I.
Like I said last night, all those views and no one caught GW's error until I stumbled upon the recipe... I should have chosen Annie's
I think I can handle this one though
You can manage this one Pac, no condensed milk anywhere! No punnets either
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Odette's Cream of Mushroom Soup 1.5 pounds of chopped mushrooms (Mix of portabello, shitake and oyster mushrooms) 2 leeks finely chopped 2 cloves of crushed garlic splash of olive oil 3 sprigs of fresh thyme stalks removed or 1 tsp of dried 1 bayleaf Aromat seasoning or salt and cracked black pepper to taste 3 tbs of flour 3 tbs of butter 2.5 cups of milk 1/2 cup of sour cream or creme fraiche 2 cups of good chicken broth Heat a large skillet or pan, add olive oil. Add chopped leeks and garlic and fry till translucent. Add chopped mushrooms, thyme, bayleaf and aromat or salt and pepper. Fry till mushrooms are cooked. In your soup pot add the butter and melt over a medium heat. Whisk in the flour and cook for 2 mins. Slowly add the milk while whisking then add the chicken broth. Simmer till it thickens. Add the mushroom and leek mix to this. Then simmer gently for 10 mins. Remove bay leaf. Mix a little of the soup with the sour cream then add back to the pot. Do this to prevent the cream from splitting. Blend lightly with stick blender till slightly chunky or smooth if preferred. Serve with good crusty sour dough bread and extra sour cream swirled on top. 3 stars 1 reviews
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