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« Reply #10 on: February 01, 2005 07:29:39 AM »

Funnily enought My BF adds Parmesan Cheese to his soup. We usualy have soup for dinner. His favourite mix is Pea and Ham soup with Parmesan Cheese..

I think that together taste like vomit, but we are all different :-)
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santina
« Reply #11 on: February 01, 2005 09:52:17 AM »

well, this is not quite a can soup but it is very easy to make, and taste great especially on cold winter days...brrr..

k so what you need:

1 cube chicken bouillon
2-3  teaspoonsof tamatoe sauce, or i suppose if you don't have any, cause most people don't, you could just use some tomatoe paste
 water
1 egg
pasta noodles preferably small

bring your water to a boil, and add your chicken bouillon and tomatoe sauce. Stir and let boil for a bit, then add your noodles.when your water starts to boil again, break your egg in a seperate bowl and whisk it pour that into your soup/pasta and stir it. Let it boil until noodles are to desired tenderness.


and tada put it in a bowl and put some nice grated parmasean on it:)

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« Reply #12 on: February 01, 2005 03:19:10 PM »


OK, this is going to sound gross, but stay with me.  Make a can of tomato soup, then stir in a well-drained can of tuna.  It sounds like it would be nasty, but it's strangely good.  Odds and ends of leftover vegetables go well in there too, and if you float popcorn on top, it's extra awesome.

I'm loving this thread, because cans of soup are a staple in my work lunch routine...

Marty
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« Reply #13 on: February 04, 2005 05:22:58 AM »

Give me some Progresso lentil soup anyday Smiley

Yumm!  Progresso lentil is my favorite canned soup.  I like to put mozzarella cheese on top.

Growing up, mom and I would make "cheap chili."  You make your tomato soup as normal (I use milk) and add all the spices you would to normal chili: chili powder, garlic powder, black pepper, etc.... 

Ok, now I'm craving soup for breakfast.

BTW, does anyone else say "Soup's on"  when dinner is ready?  My mom and I say it, but the husband thinks we're strange.  Smiley

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« Reply #14 on: February 04, 2005 06:07:50 AM »

here's one that will feed you cheap for a week:

1 can progresso minestrone
1 can corn
1 can diced tomatoes
1 can mixed veggies
1 can beans - i usually use light red kidney beans but i think you can use whatever you want.

dump them all in a pot - all liquids included, otherwise not soup - sort of bring it to a boil and then reduce to simmer for a while so it can mix together.

voila! -  a massive pot of yummy soup that will handles your veggie requirement for the day.  of course, it handles your sodium requirement for a week.  (i try to buy at least some of the veggies in the low sodium variety....)
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« Reply #15 on: February 04, 2005 03:31:07 PM »



BTW, does anyone else say "Soup's on"  when dinner is ready?  My mom and I say it, but the husband thinks we're strange.  Smiley



my parents have said that for years, you're not strange your husband is Smiley  j/k my husband thinks my whole family is strange, but well we are, so i dont take offense
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« Reply #16 on: February 04, 2005 03:38:39 PM »

don't know if anyone's mentioned this or not but a lot of chicken recipes I've seen at www.allrecipes.com use cream of mushroom soup. I also make a super easy chicken pot pie that uses a can of cream of chicken soup as the sauce. Souper yummy!  Roll Eyes
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« Reply #17 on: February 19, 2005 12:34:20 AM »

Not so much as a soup recipe as a way to use soup...Saute onions, peppers, anything you would like in a taco/burrito and add a can of mexican soup (Campbell's makes it, I believe).  Simmer till it's not so juicy anymore and wrap it up with salsa, cheese, avacado, whatever.
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