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Recipe Reviews 21 reviews
Cold-Busting Ginger Chicken Noodle Soup
This was a great tasting soup, especially when one has a cold. Every time one of my kids has a cold, I make chicken soup. Saw this one while browsing today and thought it would be a perfect cold-buster. Not only did both of my kids (sick) love it and eat multiple helpings, my husband and I (healthy) thought it was awesome too. I did scale back the ginger and garlic by not adding it at the end because I figured my daughter wouldn't appreciate it - she did say it was a little ginger strong - but I thought a bit more would have been a perfect finish. One thing I changed was I used 2/3 chicken "Better than Bullion" and 1/3 beef "Better than Bullion" because it was what I had on hand. Still was quite tasty and will make it again.

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Reviewed On: Mar. 10, 2014
Hungarian Mushroom Soup
Spectacular flavor! I made this soup for the first time last night and it won't be the last. The dill, paprika and lemon made for a completely different mushroom soup flavor. I didn't have good paprika, but plan on picking some up for more intense flavor for the next time I make this. I used fresh basil because I didn't have fresh parsley and used my immersion blender to make it more of a purée. Otherwise I followed the recipe to the letter. A winner for sure! My husband loved it, too. He thought it would also be good over a steak, unblended.

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Reviewed On: Dec. 9, 2013
Corn and Crab Bisque
Loved this! Of course, I made a couple of changes. Instead of cooking the onion in butter, I threw in one strip of bacon and cooked it in the bacon fat. I didn't have any stock around so I used a "Tuscany" broth that was seasoned with thyme, rosemary and basil. (While I don't think it was necessary to make the bisque tasty, it made for a really good broth before adding the dairy and flour that I'll definitely use again.) Lastly, I used frozen corn to save time and it worked well. My kids loved it and requested it become a regular in our dinner rotation.

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Reviewed On: Aug. 16, 2012

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