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Gluten Free Creamy Chicken Soup

I was rummaging through some old recipes and I found this one from my 8th grade Home Economics class.  Sam just had his tonsils removed and this soup is all he will eat.  Really, he chose the soup over ice cream!Cream of Chicken Soup

6 Tbs. Butter
1/3 c. Flour (I used Tom Sawyer’s GF All-Purpose Flour)
1 c. Milk
3 c. Chicken Broth (I used Progresso brand)
1/2 c. Chicken

  • Melt the butter in a saucepan.
  • Blend in the flour to make a roux then add milk and broth.
  • Cook and stir until the mixture thickens and comes to a boil.
  • Stir in the chicken.
  • Heat through and serve.

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Comments

  1. Amie says:

    Is this soup "condensed" or ready to eat? I don't think you can use ready-to-eat soup in recipes if it calls for condensed.Thanks for posting this, I have been meaning to figure out a solution to this problem myself!

  2. Heidi says:

    It is not "condensed" per se, but it is a thick and creamy soup. I have used it in one casserole thus far and I omitted the extra water the recipe called for and it worked quite well. I will certainly keep experimenting. I think I will make another batch of the soup and use less chicken broth and milk to make it even thicker. I will post the results soon! If you try it and have ideas, please let me know…Thanks Amie!

  3. Heidi says:

    Update: when I made the previous comment about the soup not being "condensed," but more of a thick and creamy soup; I had yet to store it in the refrigerator…I was simply talking about the fresh soup on the stove. Once I stored it in the refrigerator and pulled it out the next day to use in a recipe, it was the exact same consistency of the condensed soup in a can!

  4. Carla Roys says:

    Can you make up alot of this recipe and can it? If so please let me know the process.

  5. Kathi Sandler says:

    I just want to say that this is our 'go to' recipe for when we're not feeling good! Always soothing to our tummies and warming too! My son, thankfully, likes the lumps I make….says it tastes like it has dumplings. lol It takes seconds to make..as a matter of fact I made a batch last night for a late supper. Took 10 minutes tops! We use a whole can of Sams version of canned chicken. Like you, we never get to use for another recipe. It's soooo good just by itself! So, thank you thank you thank you!!

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