Friday, December 7, 2007

Soup-tacular


BooMama started a soup-tacular for today. Just post your favorite soup recipe. Here's mine. It is super easy and very few ingredients.

Chicken Velvet Soup (originally served at the LS Ayres tea room in Indianapolis)
Yield: 5 Servings

6 tb Butter or margarine
1/2 c Milk
3 c Chicken broth
1 ds Pepper
6 tb Flour
1/2 c Light cream
1 c Fine chopped cooked chicken

In a sauce pan, melt butter or margarine. Blend in flour,
then stir in milk, cream, and chicken broth. Cook over
medium heat,stirring constantly until mixture thickens
and comes to a boil. Reduce heat. Stir in finely cooked
chicken and dash of pepper. Return soup to boiling and
serve immediately.


24 comments:

Karen H. said...

Good Morning Nan,
Yum,Yum, Yummy. Your soup looks soooo good. It sounds easy as well. I may have to give it a try someday. My favorite and quick soup is homemade Chicken Noodle Soup. I don't have a picture of it. It's been a while since I've made it. I may have to make a pot before Christmas. Me and hubby had White Beans with Ham and a pan of Cornbread for our supper last night. The girls had gone out to eat with my Parents and Sister. It sure was good. Well, take care my friend and have a great Friday. May God Bless You and Yours.

Hugs,
Karen H.

bj said...

Ummmmm, Yummy! A friend of mine called me yesterday, just before noon and said she had a big pot of homemade veggie soup ready and to come have lunch with her! It was fantastic! Then, my sweet daughter*in*law invited me out to eat dinner with her.(Bill is out of town). So, I had a fabulous day and didn't have to cook all day long.
I'm going to make this Velvet soup soon!! Thanks...
bj

Janet said...

Sounds yummy. Think of the things you could add, maybe a bit of pre-cooked broccoli or asparagus. Heck, there were green things in the picture so my imagination fired up.
Janet

Robin said...

First of all, the soup looks great. Secondly, I keeping your blog up just so I can listed to some of my FAVORITE Christmas music!!

Love love love it.

Vickie said...

Nan,
Thanks for visiting my blog! This chicken velvet soup looks delicious! I can't wait to try it.

I love your Christmas music on your blog!

Have a blessed day!

Nise' said...

Looks yummy! Enjoyed listening to Christmas music while reading the recipe!

The Preacher's Wife said...

this sounds delicious...we are going to be having soup for a month!!

thanks for your visit today...i love your blog and am going back to look more at your christmas stuff..:)

Lisa

Amy said...

Yummy! Can't wait to try! Thanks for stopping by and visiting my site.

Anonymous said...

Looks great- you have a beautiful house too and love your decorations! Candice

PJ said...

Sounds absolutely delicious. I'll have to try that one. If I have time tonight, I'll post my favorite soup recipe. (Time!!!)

Talk..to..Grams said...

uWell Yum!! I was over at Pea's and she has all the candy she had made with pictures!! Now I am hungry for sure!! Hugs, Grams

Anonymous said...

Sounds delicious! Thanks for stopping by and commenting on my blog!
Amy @ http://hopeistheword.wordpress.com/2007/12/07/soup-tacular-friday/

Jackie said...

All I can say is Yum. I have all the ingredients to make this and am going to try it very soon.

Sherry said...

this sounds really good!!!!

Dena ~ swaddlecottage said...

Oh that sounds so good Nan! I've been trying to get warm all day and that would sure hit the spot!

Hugs,
Dena

Brenda said...

Sure wish I had some.. I am in bed sick and have to have old can soup.I bet yours would heal me.

bj said...

I meant to say how much I love your new picture in the header...the snow looks fantastic! I keep seeing it in my mind from last summer when your grass was so green, Nikkicrumpet asked if you fed it the neighborhood children!! Haaaaa, I laughed until I almost wet my pants.....
bj

Cottage Contessa said...

mmmmmm This soup sounds delicious! It's WAY too hot to eat soup at this time of year here though, but I will save this recipe and pull it out to warm and comfort us during our very brief winter months. Thanks sweetie!
Amanda (aka Cottage Contessa)

seven said...

Yum... that soup looks good, and really easy. Thanks for the comment on my blog!

Penny @ Lavender Hill Studio said...

Hi Nan,
Boy that soups sounds yummy on a cold winter day!

Thanks for stopping by my blog and saying such nice things about the mosaic birdhouse I made for Kim at Daisy Cottage!
Penny

Classic Charm said...

Nan,
Now that's a soup recipe I'll just have to keep, that looks soooo yummy! Save some for me, I'm on my way...ha! Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Rose

Sharon said...

This looks great and it looks quick.
I scrolled down and had a look at your tree. How cute. And the little dog brought back some memories of years gone by.
And if that is your home in the header picture--I am soooo jealous.
I would love some snow.

DebraK from ~the Bunnies Bungalow~ said...

Now that looks so yummy & tummy warming. Thanks for the great recipe.
DebraK

My Inspired Heart said...

Oh, this sounds sooo good! This is my favorite kind of soup - just light enough to have a few pieces of french bread to dunk in it. I think I'll be making this one next :)