If you don't like to use leftovers or canned soups then don't look at this recipe, but if you do keep reading.:) I had some leftover roast beef and needed a new way to serve it, so I came up with this. As with all my recipes, you can change the amounts of seasonings according to your own tastes.You can add croutons to the top if you like . :) Submitted on 12/3/10.
This came from a Taste of Home recipe collection from several years ago. It is requested by my family several time a year. Great during cold weather and when you are feeling under the weather. Takes a little time to prepare, but well worth it.
Adapted from Semi-Homemade Cooking with Sandra Lee, this is easy with yummy results. Put it on in the morning and come home to a soothing, comforting dinner. Crackers or bread and a salad finish off this meal.
This soup is delicious, I have even added in a can of drained corn kernels, use only the packaged powdered gravy mix for this, the prepared bottled or canned will not work, I use a .25 gram package of dry Swiss Chalet or Club House packaged mix for this --- serve this with large-size corn chips on the side or crusty bread, or both --- cooking time is only estimated.
This is an adaptation of the soup that the restaurant in my building makes...and the SA's have been wanting me to post it, so here we go..I must warn though -- this is not a measured thing when I make it, so adjust amounts to your taste and have fun!
This a wonderful comfort food! My Italian husband and relatives love it. They can't believe I don't spend the whole day at the stove to make it. Serve with good Italian bread and a salad and your all set! I have included the microwave instructions, but I have never made it this way so...it's your choice. Try it you'll love it. If it's a little thick the next day for left-overs, just thin with a little Red Wine and Chicken broth. YUMMY!!!