I adore this soup at Dixie, but this one tastes nothing like it. Like a previous reviewer, I had to make a bunch of changes, but once I did, it ended up being a (completely new) good recipe.
I made it and it had no taste.. tripled the garlic/ onion powder.. added butter/ garlic salt/ and had to thicken with flour because it was runny!! Then it was good!! With the garlic cheese biscuits of course.
I can't rate it higher, because it's not the same. It tastes similar, but the texture is all wrong. This is actually the copycat recipe that's all over the internet. I broke down and spent the $30 for Dolly's cookbook, and it's arrived. Ciao!
This is a fantastic soup. The Dixie Stampede soup is actually thicker, which is why I deducted one star. I guess you could make a roux or add cornstarch to make it a bit thicker. Still, a wonderful soup that I'm sooo glad I made tonight! Thanks 1Steve!
This was a nice and easy recipe and the first creamed veggie soup I've made. I used vegetable broth instead of chicken, also added chopped asparagus and cauliflower. I found that it needed more flavour so I also added 2 tsp. fresh basil chopped.
I have been looking for this soup since my husband first took me to Dixie Stampede. I even requested the recipe from them & was told I couldn't have it because it was one of Dolly's family recipes. I'm going to fix this tommorrow night & will post my results. Thank you to whomever got the recipe and posted it. Now I don't have to pay to enjoy the soup!!!!!!!! I can go and know that I can still have it @ home.
After having the soup at the Stampede I had to come home and find the recipe. This recipe was wonderful! I took a bowl over to my mom and dad and they both really liked it as well. My dad said that he thought it would make a good clam chowder and he asked for the recipe so he could make it and add clams next time. The only problem I had making the soup is that it did not thicken to the consistency that the Stampede's soup had. I even added a few tablespoons of flour. I'm not sure how to fix that but it doesn't really matter because I will definitely be making this again! Thanks!
Oh yum, very very good and tastes just like my favorite soup at the Dixie Stampede. I look forward to that soup every year when we go. Thanks so much for this recipe!
I made this recipe with the following changes: Once the broth and vegetables were to the simmering point, I added a 4 oz package of instant potatoes and simmered an additional few minutes before adding just 1 (one) cup of the cream. No salt was needed and I did add a little fresh ground black pepper. My husband could not tell the difference between the Vegetable Soup served at the Dixie Stampede and mine. With the addition of the potatoes, it makes the soup thick and creamy. Now I'm off to duplicate their chicken.
This was really good and tasty. I thickened up the liquid a bit just because we like it that way. Very homey taste and quite delicious. So simple to make, too. I'll be making this again.