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This is wonderful! I used leftover steak which had been cooked in au jus. Too, I added some IQF mixed vegetables. The mushrooms[I used canned ones] make is divine! Thanks for the recipe, Sue
Delicious soup, and so easy to make! I didn't have any mushrooms so I used carrots and I added maybe 1/4 c or a bit more of sauvignon blanc. Thanks for posting!
Not good. Easy enough to make and quick too but pretty much tasteless. If you're a fiddler, you might find a way to add some flavor but I'm not so this recipe is no good to me. Sorry, just didn't go over well tonight at all.
OK, this is delicious and I made a couple of changes. I didn't have any celery, and I added 1/2 of a small can of italian diced tomatoes. I used left over penne pasta. I made enough for 4 servings. I used left over sirloin steak that had been grilled. It was as good as you would get in any fine restaurant. Thank you for this great recipe; to me it was much heartier than soup, more like stew. A keeper for DH and I and great for leftovers.
What a great way to use leftover meat. I made mine with steak, I added about 1/4 cup red wine, a bay leaft, and carrots. I cooked the soup in my pasta cooker so I could cook the noodles in the top strainer in the juices instead of in water. This way I could still freeze the leftovers without the noodles. However, I don't think there will be any leftovers, it's so good. Tastes like french onion soup only better. Thank You Sue.
My husband and I enjoyed it very much, and I'm not a big fan of beef soup. I added a bit of sour cream to mine, which made it taste even better. Thanks for the recipe!
This is very easy to make and tastes great. I alternate between using egg noodles and using potatoes. My husband will cook up a roast just so we can have this with the leftovers. Note: Do not use steak that was grilled on a charcoal grill (that was gross)!
This was the best way to use up leftover pot roast. The meat was wonderful so the soup turned out great too. I cut it in half and made it just as directed. I will use this again when there is meat leftover. No need to make any changes.
We had this last night and loved it. I halved the recipe for two of us and there is enough for our lunch today! We'll call it "leftover leftover lunch." Thank you, Sue.
I make this soup EVERY TIME we have roast. It is absolutely fabulous. When I have extra time I use homemade noodles but it is excellent exactly as the recipe reads. Mmmmm. Gonna have it tonight with lefover prime rib from Christmas.