Tuesday, February 16, 2010

My soup tureen was a wedding gift from dear family friends. My goodness, it is almost an antique. Our wedding seems like it was so long ago. Nevertheless, every time I take this from the cupboard I am reminded of these friends of ours that are now in heaven.
Last evening was the perfect time to make a pot of hot soup. I chose a recipe we both think is delicious! It is Golden Mushroom Soup from the Sandra Lee Semi-homemade cookbook.

I tripled this recipe so that I could freeze some for a later time. I sauteed two 8 oz. containers of fresh sliced baby bella mushrooms with olive oil until they were tender.


In a separate mixing bowl I whipped together the golden mushroom soup, the water, the heavy cream, and the garlic powder(which I substituted for the minced garlic).


This recipe is so good! It only takes a short time to put together and only 5 - 10 minutes of simmering.



And, this is what you get...a bowl of steaming hot mushroom soup, sprinkled with shredded asiago cheese and chopped fresh parsley. Sometimes I serve this with a grilled cheese sandwich which I find to be a good accompaniment.

I have found many of Sandra Lee's recipes work well for me and my time schedules. This golden mushroom soup is one I resort to often. I realize that many people do not like mushrooms and most likely if you are one of them, you probably have already checked out of this blog as soon as you saw the pan of sauteed mushrooms in the picture above. I know...my youngest daughter is one of your kind.:)

18 comments:

Marty said...

Mushrooms are one of my most favorite foods. I'm looking forward to making this one. Thanks for sharing your yummy goodness.

Debbie said...

Not me Judy; I love mushrooms and I'm right there with you. We just love em'. I've never made fresh mushroom soup and I think I will now. You've made it simple and it looks quite delicious.
Toodles, Debbie

Consume me... said...

YUM-my!!! I would be the only one in my household cheering for this recipe...but it still may appear on our table someday soon! Thanks for the recipe!!! Enjoy another snowy day!

Gram said...

Yum, that looks so good!

Love Being a Nonny said...

I think the soup looks great! Thanks for sharing the recipe. Your tureen is so pretty. I got one 35 years ago when I got married and just recently got rid of it during one of my crazy purge days!! You make me wish I had it back!

Barb~Bella Vista said...

Hi Judy, the tureen is lovely and the soup looks just too good. I have several of Sandra's cookbooks.

Thank you for always leaving the sweetest and kindest comments to me. How gracious you are!

Barb ♥

Sassy Granny ... said...

Oh Judy, I MUST HAVE this recipe. I tried to copy it so I could save it but my computer wouldn't cooperate. My hubby would so-o-o-o love this soup. It sounds like something similar we ate while in Germany last Fall.

Can you send the recipe, or can Terry and I come over for some?

Hugs,
Kathleen

Tracy said...

Oh that looks wonderful! It is similar to a soup I'll be posting about soon...our very favorite...creamy chicken soup with wild rice and mushrooms. I'm going to have to try and give this one a try as we are mushroom lovers at my house! = ) Thanks for sharing! (Love that tureen!)

lindsey said...

Pretty tureen and yummy looking soup. I love homemade soup!

Queenmothermamaw said...

Wow that looks good. I made leek and potato soup last evening and yes I made a lot. All this snow just calls for something steaming hot. Thanks for your visits Judy. Blessings
QMM

Cottage Cozy said...

Oh my goodness..that looks so delicious...I truly think I may make it for tonight's dinner...gotta run and get some mushrooms though!

Hugs!

Thanks again for your so very sweet comment on my last post!

Happy@Home said...

Your soup tureen is very pretty and this recipe sounds delicious. My family and I are all mushroom lovers, so I'm sure we would love this soup. Thanks for sharing the recipe.

Lovella ♥ said...

OH this reminds me of the soup tureen that looked like a large cabbage that we got for a wedding gift. The terrible part is that at some point I sent it to charity .. .oh vey ..what was I thinking, someone made it for me. Oh the things that make me shake my head in wonder . .:)
Your soup looks just scrumptious.

LisaShaw said...

OH JUDY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! OH JUDY do you know how much I enjoy mushrooms? I have never had mushroom soup and I WILL be preparing this!! Thanks so much Love ya!

Shelley said...

I love that soup tureen! And soup is the perfect comfort winter food.
Hope you are doing well my friend!!
Hugs,
Shelley

Brenda Leyland said...

This looks yummy! Our family hasn't used golden mushroom soup in decades... now that you reminded me, I'll have to look for it next time I'm grocery shopping.

And what a lovely soup tureen and a lovely way to remember special friends.

Charli and me said...

Hi Judy, We love mushroom anything here and especially soup. Thank you for this wonderful recipe. I am looking forward to making it. Your soup tureen is absolutely beautiful ♥

Pat @ Mille Fiori Favoriti said...

Not me, Judy! I love mushrooms! Your soup sounds and looks delicious!

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