Broccoli Cheese Soup V Recipe
Broccoli cooked in chicken broth is combined with milk, processed American cheese food and onion sauteed in margarine to create a rich soup which is popular with children.
This kid-pleasing, creamy broccoli cheese soup recipe is ready in less than 45 minutes.
A cream and broccoli soup with mozzarella, seasoned with Worcestershire and paprika.
This is by far the best broccoli cheese soup I have been able to come up with. It's made with a roux, chicken stock, milk, a mix of cheese, and fresh broccoli.
Chunks of broccoli are suspended in a creamy, cheesy, nutty soup flavored with soy sauce.
Cooked broccoli florets are stirred into a creamy soup base made with half-and-half and cheddar cheese in this creamy potage which is seasoned with black pepper and onion flakes.
This is a very good recipe you can tweak. I have made it quite a few times. Unless you LOVE Velveeta, I would highly recommend using half cheddar cheese (otherwise your soup will taste more like Velveeta cheese dip). I always use 1 pound of velveeta and 1/2 - 3/4 pounds of cheddar and I always end up with restaurant quality soup. Also, remember to constantly stir the milk mixture "until it thickens" and you will have a nice and smooth, thickened soup. I do not use white pepper but put in a dash of regular pepper. Substituting a good portion of the velveeta with cheddar makes a great tasting, quality soup. My family loves it - even my three kids. I rate this 5 stars with the addition of cheddar. If I rated this using all Velveeta then the rating would have been 1 star.
Ok, this is REALLY good, I'm eating it as I type. A few things...1) it makes A LOT. If you don't want enough for 10 people, half the recipe. 2) When you add the onion/flour/milk mixture to the broccoli, it looks TOTALLY unappetizing! Just keep plugging along ;). 3) You will think that you're adding an ungodly amount of cheese, but the recipe can handle it. It's not overly cheesy. Excellent!
Really Yummy!! I used fresh broccoli (peeled and diced the stalk and kept the florets small). I also added a can of cream of chicken soup after the milk. It was creammy and thick and cheesy! It will be a staple in our house!