I cut the recipe down for 2 servings, but otherwise I made it as posted. Before serving it, I tasted it, and realized that it needed a little something, so I added some Cavendar's Greek Seasoning...perfection. Loved the coarsely chopped mushrooms in this. I also sprinkled some parsley on it before serving. Thanks for posting. Made for PRMR tag.
Definitely a 5-star soup. It's hearty and so good. I used frozen meatballs and simmered for the full 40-mins. I also soaked some dried shitake mushrooms, chopped them and also added the soaking liquid to the pot. The mushroom flavor is earthy and deep. This is a great variation of mushroom soup. Good recipe Lainey.
Good soup. A little too fatty but maybe using 1% milk and less butter may work. Mine didn't thicken as much as I'd like but perhaps I didn't do it right ;). Surprisingly both my toddlers acutally ATE IT! Wow. That alone makes it worth making it again. Thanks for sharing.
This was really delightful. I made almost exactly as written, except I did not chop the mushrooms, but sliced them instead (because I love mushrooms and wanted a thicker texture). When cooking the onions and mushrooms, I put a lid on my pot in order to increase moisture. To finish, I added some fresh chopped parsley to garnish. It was a real comforting, delicious soup. Thanks for posting this one! Made for 1-2-3 Hit Wonders Tag Game.
After all the Christmas extravagance of foods I was very ready for something lighter. I used extra lean ground beef and fat free milk and sour cream and skipped the oil and butter. I just cooked everything in the broth without thickening the final milk. This would have been lovely thickened but I chose to have it thinner and save those extra calories. My lightened version was full of flavor and very a satisfying pleasure to Holiday overloaded senses. Thank you Lainey for another wonderful recipe. Made for Photo Tag.