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Very good. I doubled this recipe, used 1/3 the amount of tomatoes, and used 4 c broth and added about 1 c corn.
As a Kansas City area resident, I had to try this recipe. It is very good, although I would suggest reducing the tomato content and increasing the beef broth. I also added corn and it was an improvement. A great use for leftover steak.
We loved it! Made this tonight. Very simple, and all of us enjoyed it. Thanks!
This is a good soup but not the steak soup that I am searching for. I made this and while it's very good it was too "tomatoey" for us. I followed the recipe exactly as written. It could have been the tomatoes had too much acid. When I reheated the leftovers, I added 2 tsp. sugar to help cut the acidity (which did help). I will try again but maybe only use 1 can of tomatoes.
We enjoyed this soup tonight for dinner. It is a fast and easy soup to make. In step 2 it says to add the broth, I do not see that listed in the ingredients any where. So I added a 14 ounce can of beef broth. This is a thick soup so I thought I'd best add the broth even though it was not listed. My dry wine of choice was Cabernet Sauvignon which I may cut back on the amount used next time or leave out completely. Thank you for sharing this recipe. I made this for the Cook-a-Thon for Sharon.
This soup was delicious! I goofed and didn't notice that it called for 3 cans of tomatoes and I only had 1, so I just cut back on most of the other ingredients to make less soup, although I did add a can of beef broth to compensate for some of the liquid lost in not using the required amount of tomatoes. We did use the optional red wine. This soup has a wonderful rich flavor and DH and I loved it! It was easy and quick, as well! We'll look forward to having this again! Thanks, Sharon!
I made this soup to go with your Parmesan cornbread. The soup was pretty easy to prepare and tasted very good. Even tasted good the next day. Thanks Sharon 123. Bullwinkle
This was a wonderful meat soup that could hardly go wrong with my favorite seasonings garlic and thyme. Very quick and easy to make and the result is delicious. You've got another hit on your hands, Sharon!