13 Ratings
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A quick and savory recipe for two that is sure to please. It is thick and creamy...and the onions let the "nose know" that this is going to be good!

Lois
prep:
5 mins
cook:
15 mins
total:
20 mins
Servings:
2
Max Servings:
2
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Ingredients

Directions

  • In small saucepan saute onion in butter. Add soup, milk, and peas. Heat on medium-low until peas are soft. Add sour cream. Stir. When hot, serve. Add sour cream to thickness desired.

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Nutrition Facts

347.72 calories; 9.37 g protein; 23.35 g carbohydrates; 24.7 g fat; 42.15 mg cholesterol; 1149.29 mg sodium.Full Nutrition


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Most helpful positive review

Anonymous
01/01/2005
my family loved this soup. i added chopped carrots and frech white mushrooms the soup was great thank you for your recipe.
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Most helpful critical review

Anonymous
02/16/2007
Still tasted like condensed soup to me... but the onions and peas did give it a lift. I used "Roasted Garlic" flavor condensed mushroom soup as it was what I had on hand. Found it too plain via the recipe so added a pinch of cayenne pepper and a few twists of fresh black pepper as well. A friend liked it but she's dieting and cheated by trying... If you like/are used to canned condensed soup you will like this.
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13 Ratings
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  • 3 Rating Star 1
Anonymous
01/01/2005
my family loved this soup. i added chopped carrots and frech white mushrooms the soup was great thank you for your recipe.
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Anonymous
08/14/2007
I sauteed up some fresh mushrooms and added those also some pepper.
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Dragonflyqueen
12/15/2009
OMG! This is a favorite new recipe! Had last minute guests & had to raid the fridge and pantry. Used sweet onion chopped celery a container of sliced brown mushrooms. Before I chopped the above ingredients and then sauteed I chopped 6 small red and purple potatoes added evoo tarragon a sea salt herb blend and then oven roasted for about a half hour. Then I blended all the veggies and potato together added the soup (3 cans & 3 cups milk)sour cream and peas. EVERYONE went WILD over this!! Didn't share my secret since the unexpected guests are food snobs. Served w/ a spinach salad. Have also made it since omitted the potato and served over brown rice or herb and wild rice---in this instance used a little less milk instead of soup it's a savory sauce. Thanks Lois for a fabulous recipe I would NEVER had tried this w/ canned soup before!
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Michelle Zercher
03/30/2009
Loved this soup. I didn't change anything. Everyone I have served it to has told me they enjoyed it very much. Goes great a long with salad.
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Anonymous
12/10/2008
good milk can be substituted with water
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Anonymous
12/07/2006
amazing! a simple quick recipe that is absolutely fabulous! the sour cream gives a great flavor! i also added celery and mushrooms to add to the flavour.
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PaulaC
03/01/2006
This is a surprisingly good shortcut to enhancing a can of cream of mushroom soup. The results were very good and I thank you so much for the recipe.
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Charity T.
04/26/2013
A Fresher/Healthier Option (I made up on the fly): I used the 98% Fat Free Mushroom Soup. I subbed fresh asapargus (coursely chopped) for the frozen peas. I sauteed fresh sliced baby Bella mushrooms yellow onion and the asparagus. I try to keep my butter intake light so cut back on some of the butter & added some olive oil to make up the difference for the sautee. I added herbs to the sautee mix (garlic salt garlic powder a pinch of dill a dash of black pepper and some freshly chopped parsley). Instead of Sour Cream I used Laughing Cow Light Swiss wedges (Qty 3). It turned out great and my skeptical boyfriend was singing praises once he actually tried it. Definitely making this again! I loved how thick the soup turned out too.
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fabeverydayblog
11/18/2017
An easy way to jazz up canned condensed soup.
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