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My family said this is one of the best soups they have ever had - thanks for posting. I used mild italian sausage and otherwise followed the recipe exactly.
Really enjoyed this recipe! Made my kitchen smell wonderful - always a plus! :)
Did make a couple "substitutions": hot Italian sausage for the Jimmy Dean, fresh chopped sage @ the end and canned coconut milk for the cream. Yummy!
I love this soup. I add 1/2 cup of chopped pecans to mine. Great recipe!!!!
Found this recipe last week and have since made it 3 TIMES! I do a VEGETARIAN low carb version by subbing the Jimmy Dean sausage for either 1 package of Morningstar crumbles, or 1 9 ounce box of vegetarian breakfast sausages. Excellent soup, easy to make and perfect for the fall weather.
We do a family "Iron Chef" style competition and this soup was a winner! I was even asked to bring it back the next weekend for another family party. Super easy and super tasty. You can't lose with this soup. Looks as good as it tastes too. Just make it and Enjoy. I used canned corn instead of the mushrooms and that was the only thing we did different then what the recipe says.
This is a delicious and different soup, perfect for a cool autumn day. Made as directed except used Half & Half in place of cream and water, and used hot sausage. Garnished with crispy french fried onions from a bag, and served with garlic bread and apple slices (which defeated the Low Carb effort. I will definitely make it again.
This was very good. We used portabello mushrooms, that's what we had on hand. We had some homemade sausage, Swedish Potato Sausage - Potatis Skorv. Otherwise we followed the recipe.
Everyone that tried this has asked for the recipe!!!
WOW! This was great! I wasn't sure what to expect, but it was wonderful!! Can't wait to make it again! Thanks so much for posting!
This was so terrific! My whole family loved it and that's a rare thing since someone usually sticks there nose up. Instead of the 1/2 cup heavy cream and 1/2 cup water, I used 1 cup half and half. I will most assuredly be make this again and again. Next time it will be with some homemade bread!