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Monday, February 6, 2012

cream of mushroom

Cream of mushroom:

5 cups sliced mushroom
1 cup chicken broth
1 small onion chopped
2 pcs garlic

Saute' garlic, onion, mushroom. Pour the chicken broth. Cook for 15 minutes. Keep cool for a few minutes. Set aside 1 cup and pour the rest in a processor or blender.

Butter
3 tbs flour
1 cup milk

In a saucepan, melt butter, whisk in the flour until smooth. Add a little bit of salt and pepper, add milk and add the blended mushroom and the cup of mushroom. Boil. Add a little bit of thyme. There you go !


by chay


6 comments:

  1. aside from carrot and coriander soup, mushroom is my second favorite.a shame that i don't know how to make one from scratch and the hubby and little one are not the soupy types. but, me...ha!ha!ha!like our sunshine dear chay, serve with baguette and butter on side...a perfect meal!

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  2. Hey Eng ! one thing I learn from Americans.. they make simple foods! One main course, one or two side dishes, a bowl of salad, a pie and they already call it a party !

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  3. I love mushroom soup -and this one from scratch is worth all the effort -what with sodium found in can soups! Thanks for sharing, Chay!

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  4. I'm thinking a cold pesto pasta, but what are some other ideas?What is some quick and tasty food I can make to take to the river that is eaten cold.Thanks.

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  5. Oh thanks for bringing this up again Beth ! I haven't had mushroom soup for a long time !

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  6. oh, you are welcome Chay, I actually really looked for this since had been thinking of making mushroom soup and I could remember you wrote about this before. thanks for sharing your recipe, Chay.

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