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Golden Mushroom Soup

I make this with Christmas dinner every year. My Polish mother-in-law thought it was as good as the one she remembered her mother making when she was a child. Only difference is that this one is a lot easier.

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  • In a large saucepan, saute mushrooms and onion in butter until tender.
  • Sprinkle with flour, salt and pepper; mix well.
  • Gradually stir in milk, chicken broth and bouillon; bring to a boil.
  • Cook and stir for 2 minutes.
  • Reduce heat.
  • Stir in sour cream; heat through (do NOT boil).
  • If desired, garnish with a dollop of sour cream or minced parsley.
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  1. brian48195
    Very easy and very good. I made it with portabella mushrooms. Thanks for sharing. I will make this again for sure!!
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  2. Busters friend
    Made for post-periodontal recovery. What a great soup! DH (not the post-op patient) was circling & looking hopeful every time I brought this out of the fridge to reheat. It is rich & satisfying & soft (thank you!). I added sour cream to each serving rather than mix into the soup so it wouldn't break when reheated. I also used a chicken base instead of bouillon granules but otherwise followed recipe w/o changes. Came together fast before going for afternoon surgery (kept me from thinking about upcoming procedure but wasn't a fiddly recipe _ good b/c I was distracted). This worked great for me b/c I can't handle things too warm or too cold right now. This soup is a keeper & i will make after recovered, probably trying an iteration with some dried chantrelles, morels & cepis I got stashed away. That being said, this is a lovely soup w/o other adornments, one I will be happily making again! Thank you Denise in da Kitchen for this tasty recipe!
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  3. Busters friend
    Made for post-periodontal recovery. What a great soup! DH (not the post-op patient) was circling & looking hopeful every time I brought this out of the fridge to reheat. It is rich & satisfying & soft (thank you!). I added sour cream to each serving rather than mix into the soup so it wouldn't break when reheated. I also used a chicken base instead of bouillon granules but otherwise followed recipe w/o changes. Came together fast before going for afternoon surgery (kept me from thinking about upcoming procedure but wasn't a fiddly recipe _ good b/c I was distracted). This worked great for me b/c I can't handle things too warm or too cold right now. This soup is a keeper & i will make after recovered, probably trying an iteration with some dried chantrelles, morels & cepis I got stashed away. That being said, this is a lovely soup w/o other adornments, one I will be happily making again! Thank you Denise in da Kitchen for this tasty recipe!
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  4. Kittencalrecipezazz
    Great soup Denise! I sauteed some fresh garlic in with the onions and mushrooms and used half and half cream, the addition of the sour cream gives this soup a wonderful tangy flavor, thanks for sharing hon my DH loved this soup!...Kitten:)
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  5. Denise in da Kitchen
    I make this with Christmas dinner every year. My Polish mother-in-law thought it was as good as the one she remembered her mother making when she was a child. Only difference is that this one is a lot easier.
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