Campbell's Soup & Lemon Jell-O Tomato Aspic

Mom used to make this for Thanksgiving or Christmas, depending on which one we were hosting that year (we alternated with my uncle's family). I loved it as a kid, although it's one of those frequently scorned foods. No wonder, as it is incredibly sweet.

Ready In:
4hrs 20mins
Serves:
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ingredients

  • 1 (12 ounce) can condensed tomato soup (we always used Campbell's)
  • 1 (3 ounce) package lemon Jell-O gelatin
  • 2 tablespoons cider vinegar
  • 1 cup celery, diced
  • 1 cup carrot, diced
  • 1 cup frozen peas

directions

  • Heat undiluted soup in pan on the stove.
  • Add jello and stir to dissolve.
  • When dissolved, remove from heat and add vinegar and vegetables.
  • Pour into a square Pyrex dish and chill until set.
  • Fill a large bowl with hot water and dip the Pxrex in it to melt the gelatin next to the mold.
  • Place plate on top and invert. You might need to carefully slide a butter knife along the side of the mold to release the suction and make the aspic drop out.
  • Serve in squares on lettuce leaves.
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"Mom used to make this for Thanksgiving or Christmas, depending on which one we were hosting that year (we alternated with my uncle's family). I loved it as a kid, although it's one of those frequently scorned foods. No wonder, as it is incredibly sweet."
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  1. Foggy Kitchen
    Lemon Jello as base is sooo wimpy! Way too sweet. Aspic is glorious presentation, but taste here is seriously devalued
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  2. origamifreak
    Mom used to make this for Thanksgiving or Christmas, depending on which one we were hosting that year (we alternated with my uncle's family). I loved it as a kid, although it's one of those frequently scorned foods. No wonder, as it is incredibly sweet.
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