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Old 06-07-2016, 11:58 AM   #11
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There's not much I can't stand, but Campbell's Tomato Soup is vile to me. I'd definitely donate it to a food pantry.
+1. Sorry, Larry.
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I would donate them too...
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Old 06-07-2016, 01:09 PM   #13
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One of our local supermarkets ( Shoprite) has a ' can-can' sale each year ( sometimes twice a year), where many select canned products are on sale for a ridiculous price. I usually load up on canned tomatoes, tomato paste, and other canned products.

I got a case of 24 tomato soups. I ate about 4 , so now I have 20 cans of tomato paste occupying a large portion of my pantry. I know the shelf-life is probably years, but Id like to get rid of it sooner ( or at least make a dent in my stash).

So my question is, does anyone do anything with campbell's tomato soup, other than just using it as tomato soup ??

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I don't have any recipes, but my mother always used doctored up tomato soup for sauce for stuffed peppers, which must be possible to make without meat (and other things like meatballs and porcupine balls that would require meat, so not for you).
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You could adapt this old Campbell's beef stew recipe, that I posted in another thread, by using baby bella's in place of the beef.

Heat oven to 350 degrees.

Put one pound of raw beef cubes into a casserole along with a couple of carrots cut into chunks, celery cut into chunks and small onions. Top with a can of Campbell's condensed cream of tomato soup (undiluted), a bay leaf, a shot of Lea & Perrins Worcestershire sauce, salt and pepper to taste. Cover and place in the oven for approx. one hour.

You can add a couple of peeled and chopped potatoes to this, I prefer to serve it with mashed potatoes, a cabbage salad and apple crisp on a cold snowy night.

I have used venison for this with good results.
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I don't have any recipes, but my mother always used doctored up tomato soup for sauce for stuffed peppers, which must be possible to make without meat (and other things like meatballs and porcupine balls that would require meat, so not for you).
There are several vegetarian products called "meat" crumbles available.
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You could use it in vegetarian tikka masala.
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