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I made this a little more low fat by using olive oil instead of butter, fat free, low sodium chicken broth, and evaporated skim milk. Still very delish!!!

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Jade #3 February 02, 2010

FABULOUS!! Probably the best soup I have ever made! I omitted the celery simply because I didn't have any, used half & half instead of milk, and added some ground cayene pepper for a little zing. I like my soups a little on the thick side, so I added a tablespoon of corn starch (mixed with a little cold water) at the end. It thickened immediately! I served it with some shredded cheddar cheese on top and the entire family loved it! THANK YOU!

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Lori Ann D December 05, 2006

My entire family and all of my guests loved this soup. I must admit that I made a few changes, though, but liked the basic idea. I put the brocoli, onion, and celery in a pot and just covered it with water/chicken stock, the seasoning,I also added a little cumin and cooked it all until it was tender. I then let it cool and processed it all. I then added the butter and I used cream since I am allowed on my Atkins diet and just warmed it. It was delicious. We will be eating this again very soon.

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Caryn Gale June 08, 2003

Very easy and tasty, just a little thin for my taste so I thickened it up a bit with flour. I also added some minced garlic, but otherwise used the recipe as is. I will definitely make it again!

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Grandma Lynn February 22, 2013

I, and many of my guests, liked the flavor of this soup but found it too thin. Like others I added a couple cloves of garlic and some cumin and did not blend some of the chopped, coooked broccoli. If I make it again, though, I would reduce the chicken broth by a couple of cups and add half that amount back with half and half or cream, or make a roux to begin with which I avoided in order to try to keep it gluten free for my guests..

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rschmitz433_411986 December 26, 2011

Made this soup today, just adding enough stock to just cover the vegetables. I pureed it, and didn't the milk. Just served with sour cream and some dill, and second bowl with sour cream and lemon zest. Yummy both ways . I also after blending I put back into the pot and added some broccoli tops, and cooked two minutes, just so I had some bigger pieces of broccoli in my soup. I will freeze the remaining into portion sizes, and when reheating I then have the option of adding cream if I desire. Good soup.

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andypandy May 02, 2009

The flavor of this soup was very good however; it did not turn out as thick and creamy as I would have liked. My youngest DD is a Cream of Broccoli Soup aficionado and she told me she likes the added vegetables (celery and carrots) but she wished the soup was a bit thicker too.

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Chef Buggsy Mate September 08, 2008

Excellent. Tasted ultra gourmet. We love homemade soups, we are also very fond of broccoli so it came as no surprise that we enjoyed this flavorful, broccoli soup.Thank you Stella Mae for sharing your recipe for this delicious creamy great tasting soup. An Update - been making this since my first review back in 2005 - finally added that Grand Masala and guess what - we loved it - highly recommend this soup with or without!

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Gerry August 11, 2008
Cream of Broccoli Soup