Recently, I did a month’s worth of recipes. Actually, it was a little more than a month. This includes side dishes. I have been asked if I could write down my recipes. In that thought, I am breaking it down. So, here is Monthly Cooking Soup Recipes.
Monthly Cooking Soup Recipes
Fill your soup pot with water and 6 chicken bouillon cubes. Add in a can of cream of mushroom soup, 3 good tablespoons of sour cream, a good dash of heavy cream, and 2 good handfuls of cheddar cheese. From here, you can also add some chopped spinach or kale.
Fry up some bacon and once that is cooked, add it to the pot. Add in your seasoning mix. Then, wash and peel about 6 potatoes. Chop them up into cubes and put them in your soup. Let simmer until potatoes are cooked thoroughly.
To thicken, you can use 1 T. cornstarch to 1/4 c. of water. You can also add in some instant potato flakes, but stir to make sure it does not get clumpy.
Fill your soup pot up with water. Add 6 chicken bouillon cubes. Add in one can of cream of chicken. Then add in a good dash of heavy cream and 3 good tablespoons of sour cream. Bring to a boil. Once that is all done, add in 2 good handfuls of cheddar cheese. Then add in your tortellini. I usually use 2 bags. From here, you can also add some chopped spinach or kale.
In a saucepan or skillet, cut up kielbasa into bite-sized pieces. Cook that up with some bacon, minced onion, seasoning, and an onion. When that is all cooked up, drain and add to the soup pot.
Fill up your soup pot with water. Add 6 chicken bouillon cubes. Add in a can of cream of mushroom, a log of chopped-up Velveeta, 3 good tablespoons of sour cream, and a good dash of heavy cream. Let all this meld together. Once that is done, add in about 4 chopped-up potatoes.
In a skillet, cook a pound of sausage, a pound of ground beef, bacon, minced garlic, and an onion. Once cooked, drain. Add seasoning, oregano, basil, and Italian seasoning. Once all that is incorporated, add it to the soup pot. Stir well and let it all settle.
If too thin, you can add a tablespoon of cornstarch to 1/4 cup of water. Bring your soup to a boil, and add this mixture. Stir well, turn down and simmer until it is thick.
In your soup pot add water with about 6 chicken bouillon cubes. Add seasoning. From here, I make life simple. I add 3 cans of drained chicken (you can boil your own, shred up skinless chicken breasts, etc). Then, I sprinkle in some minced onions, 1 can of cream of chicken, 3 good tablespoons of sour cream, and a good dash of heavy cream (or milk).
Let all this meld together. Once that is done, I add 2 good handfuls of cheddar cheese and a bag of egg noodles. Cook it all together until the egg noodles are done. This is a simple and delicious soup.