How Do You Make Cheeseburger Soup
This recipe starts with the ground beef, pepper, onion, carrots and celery, which gets sautéd in alarge pot with a tablespoon of butter.
Cook this mixture until the ground ground beef is browned and veggies are soft about 10 minutes.
Now the broth, potatoes and parsley are added into the pot. This potato mixture simmers for about 12 minutes and until potatoes are tender.
While the potatoes are cooking, in a small saucepan melt remaining butter over medium heat. Whisk in flour and mix until combined. Add milk and cheese, and continue to stir until cheese is completely melted.
The last step is to make the soup rich and creamy with the addition of the milk & cheese mixture and the sour cream.
Delicious! Finish off the soup with any favorite burger toppings such as bacon, tomatoes and pickles.
Whats In Cheeseburger Soup
- Ground beef
- Sour cream
This smooth, creamy, and totally cheesy soup is definitely a keeper! Feel free to add some crispy, crumbled bacon, crunchy croutons, and a bit of fresh chives or dill pickles for an irresistible meal. I love adding pickles on top, especially sliced Half Sour Pickles!
Notes About Ingredients For Gluten
- Just as in our favorite gluten-free Ham Cheddar Chowder, I love using Butter Gold potatoes or Yukon Gold potatoes in this soup as they are just so creamy. If you dont have those around, feel free to make it with red potatoes or Russet potatoes.
- I recommend Pacific Foods Chicken Broth. It is clearly labeled gluten-free and is the only brand I use for soups and broths.
- I like to buy organic pre-shredded carrots at my local store. For this recipe, I just put those shredded carrots in my food chopper so they are minced up nicely.
- The spinach is totally optional. Ive just found that I can easily add some finely chopped spinach to ground beef when I cook it to use in soups and pasta dishes, and no one really notices it is there. It just makes an easy way to get a little more nutrition in our meal.
- Cornstarch is used to thicken this soup, instead of flour. That substitution works quite well in many sauces and gravies. If you would prefer to use something else, you can try an all-purpose gluten-free flour blend to use as your thickener in the creamy soup base. I just go for the cornstarch since it is cheaper!
Isnt that soup bowl just too cute? A sweet friend gave me this one, and I loved it so much that I bought this whole set of Handled Stoneware Soup Mugs from Amazon afterward!
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Reviews For Sazon Nunez
My favorite little Puerto Rican/Dominican spot right on dekalb next to the l train. Great prices and always nice/friendly customer service. They accept cash or card, although card requires an additional fee. I normally get arroz con gandules, white rice, or the dark rice with pork or chicken sometimes. The tres leche and flan is worth trying too. I believe indoor seating is open again.