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This was delicious! I didn't realize it was for the crock pot until way too late, so i cooked it all on the stove in about half and hour. I tossed three cloves of garlic in with the carrots, potatoes, and cauliflower, then drained most of the water after cooking, and mashed the whole thing with a potato masher. Worked like a charm! I added the cooking liquid back in (I needed about 1.5 cups), added a cup of frozen corn, tossed in about a teaspoon of curry powder (mm mm mmm), and let it cook for about 20 minutes over medium/low heat before adding the cream cheese. It was delicious! My husband couldn't eat it fast enough!
One of the best soups I've ever made. After reading the review about it being too chunky I simply took half of it out of the pot and used my immersion blender then added it back in. This smoothed it out quite a bit. I also added a clove of garlic because we love garlic in everything. We are veg so I subbed cream of celery soup for the cream of chicken and veggie broth for bouillon. It was delicious. We'll be making a lot of this over the winter. I think you could use any type of potato, not just red.
Soup was delish and easy to make. My whole family loved it. FYI.......Do Not Try using a hand mixer in the Crock Pot unless you enjoy cleaning soup off of your counter tops, windows and cabinets 10 minutes before your guests arrive! I did get a good laugh at myself!
Made it exactly according to the recipe. Delish, everyone enjoyed this soup. I'll definitely make this again. I did use an immersion blender when it was finished cooking. Oh and you'll need to add salt to taste. Maybe I'll add 2 cloves of garlic next time.
5 stars with some changes... I don't use canned soups, so I substituted a cup of cream, but half and half or crema would work, too. I made this all on the stove top. I used 1/2 an onion, diced and 2 cloves of garlic, diced, Sauteed in some butter and oil (your choice) until softened. Added diced carrots and potatoes, salt and pepper, dash of thyme and sauteed until vegetables were softened. Added milk and stock to cover and simmered until vegetables were tender. Added 3 cups frozen, riced cauliflower and continued simmering until thawed and tender. Added cream, cream cheese, bacon bits (reserved some for serving), additional liquid as needed and simmered until smooth. Added cheese off heat, stirred until melted. Stirred in parsley, adjusted seasonings, served topped with additional cheeses and bacon.Everyone loved it! SO wanted shredded chicken added next time!
WOW! Is this ever good!!!!! YUMMO! Sautéed chopped onion and garlic then added veggies. Also added some rosemary. Used 4 med yellow potatoes and 10 baby carrots. Next time cut potatoes smaller 'bite size' and use more carrots. Blended 1/3 and added back in. Thanks for an awesome recipe!!!!!
I made this pretty much sticking to the recipe. The only thing I did different was omitted the bacon bits. I instead cooked up some black pepped bacon and topped the soup with that and the cheddar. This prevents soggy bacon. I also made this stove-top one pot clean-up. At the end of the cooking time I used the immersion blender. This was a wonderfully smooth and delicious soup. This will be in my regular soup rotation.
Excellent soup especially for the cooler times of the year! I was pretty faithful to the recipe my only edits were sauteed onions in 2 tbsp butter and I used white potatoes since thats what I had on hand.And I forgot the cheddar cheese (didn't miss it) Also I can tell you the store bought real bacon crumbles work great and lend the perfect flavor. Since I was short on time I simmered on the stove top. Rich and delicious a keeper declared my husband. Our kids and I are having this right now for lunch! Kid approved!
I would have mashed the cauliflower bits so the soup is not so chunky. Also it's very thick and these servings are huge! I doubled this recipe to 8 servings instead of 4 to take it to a church potluck. It would not all fit into my crockpot!
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