Creamy Chicken Asparagus Soup

"Comfort food! This cream and cheese based soup blends well with the vegetables and chicken. My mother always used fresh asparagus from our garden for soups. The tender pieces of asparagus bring back soup memories from childhood. Hearty and comforting soup!"
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  • Cut tips from asparagus spears and set aside, Discard stalks.
  • In a dutch oven, saute onion and celery in oil. Add carrots, potatoes and parsley flakes. Stir in broth, salt and pepper . Bring to a boil. Simmer on low heat covered for 25 minutes.
  • Add chicken, cream, cheese and asparagus tips. Simmer uncovered for 5 minutes until asparagus is tender.
  • Serve and enjoy!

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  1. David B.
    Is is OK to use real chicken stock, or does it HAVE to come from a can?
  2. bossc13087
    Very good. Boiled a leftover roasted chicken for the meat and broth.
  3. seal angel
    I'm sorry Seasoned Cook but this one wasn't for me. I have made many of your reciepes and they have all been good. I was expecting something else from this one. That or I am not a very big soup person.
  4. Tisme
    Wonderful soup so full of flavour and just so comforting for on a cold winters night! So easy with ingredients that were on hand. It does not get any easier than this.....This is a must recipe....... when Asparagus are in seasion! Thanks S.C..... always can count on you for a wonderful recipe! Keeping this one on hand for next winter/spring. so divine on a cold night!
  5. StacyMD187373
    This was pretty good soup, easy to make. I made this to use up some asparagus so I didn't have a full bunch, used bouillon for the broth and, to cut down on calories, I used 2% milk for the cream and didn't use near 2 tblsp of oil. It didn't thicken up much (probably b/c I didn't use the cream) so I added some cornstarch which didn't help much. It was a good recipe, though, something I may make again.


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