Recipe by MARBALET
"Do not substitute diet or low fat cheese - it will not have the same rich, creamy texture and flavorful taste. Makes about 2 1/2 quarts soup."
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green bell pepper, chopped
button mushrooms, chopped
ground cayenne pepper
shredded sharp Cheddar cheese
salt to taste
ground black pepper to taste
Yum! I've only found one restaurant in my life that serves what I consider "authentic" wisconsin cheese soup - this recipe came very, very close. I substituted a bit (3/4 cup?) of the chicken broth with beer. That made it almost indistinguishable from the restaurant one that I remember. Thank you so much for the recipe!
There is a restaurant near my house that serves a great Wisconsin cheese soup. My wife wants me to make one like it, this was not it. It was to bland for her and she loves bland food. There was not much of a cheese flavor. If I had the desire I think I could make this more to my taste, however, I think going with another recipe will be easier and ultimately better.
Were it not for the green pepper, I would have enjoyed this soup a lot more and rated it even higher. I like green pepper, but it was too prominent in what is a mild-flavored soup. I added 1/2 cup of Guiness Draught, but I don't think that necessarily made this any better - this soup would have been good with or without it. For the record, Hubs disagreed with me on the green pepper thing, even suggesting it only added to the "Green and Gold." (okaaaay...) To ensure the cheese doesn't curdle or separate, remove the soup from the heat before stirring it in, slowly and gradually.
This soup is so good! The only thing that I did differently was to add bacon instead of ham and I also used a little bit more cheese! (I love cheese) Our family makes soup every Sunday for a quick easy dinner. This soup will definately be one of the recipies that we will use often! Thank you!!
Must add a great beer (I used Honey Weiss) or pale ale to be a true Wisconsin cheese soup!!!! (substitute some of the chicken broth for the beer) Also, because of a corn allergy in our family I used 1 medium mashed potato with potato water and flour to help thicken and left out the cornstarch. I also substituted the milk for half and half. Higher calorie count but richer and heavier flavor like a Cheesehead would want it! Go Packers!
This was wonderful. I put the veggies and ham through my food chopper so they were grated and blended very well. I will make adjustments to flour and cornstarch next time as we like a thicker soup. I also added about 4 oz of velveeta type cheese. This is so good! I think I will go make some more.
Great soup, I added about 4 oz of Velvetta for more of a cheese taste. Exactly the taste I was searching for. Thanks for recipe!
It was better as a leftover! We weren't wild about it the first night but it got better and better.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Wisconsin Cheese Soup I
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 241
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