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    Default Cream of celery, mushroom, chicken soup recipe ideas please

    I have all of these in my pantry and I'm looking for tasty dinner ideas. I have a tuna bake recipe using cream of celery and a chicken one using the mushroom. But they don't seem thrilling. So what are some other things I can make with these cans?
    P.S. I love chicken and vegies


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    Default re: Cream of celery, mushroom, chicken soup recipe ideas please

    I've made mac & cheese using chicken soup - 1 pack pasta (cooked), mix in 1 tin chicken (or chicken & corn) soup, add some corn (creamed corn works well), about 250g grated cheese. Pour in to baking dish, top with more grated cheese. Put in oven 180 - 200 C for about 30min. Yummy!

    (I usually make mac & cheese with tomato soup but this is a nice alternative)

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    Default Re: Cream of celery, mushroom, chicken soup recipe ideas please

    Oh yum! But sooo bad with all the cheese Mmm love cheese haha

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    Default Re: Cream of celery, mushroom, chicken soup recipe ideas please

    It's supposed to serve 4-6 but doesn't last long here; if I'm lucky I might get 2 lunches after tea (DH doesn't like mac & cheese) if my boys don't beat me to it.

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    Default Re: Cream of celery, mushroom, chicken soup recipe ideas please

    I just googled some more and found a garlic sauce for chicken using the cream of chicken one, mmmmmmm. Also realised the celery one has a tuna bake idea on the back of the can. Tonight I'm doing a chicken casserole

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    Default Re: Cream of celery, mushroom, chicken soup recipe ideas please

    I use the cream of celery soup as a base for curried sausages or chicken.
    Just make up the soup as normal and add curry powder to taste. Add cooked sausages or chicken as well as some veggies - I use onion, grated carrot and peas in mine - cook until veggies are cooked through. Thicken with cornflour. It's one of my family's favourite meals.

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    Default Re: Cream of celery, mushroom, chicken soup recipe ideas please

    Beef stroganoff with the cream of mushroom one... Especially good if you can cook it in a slow cooker or at least in the oven for a longer time as the meat goes softer. One of my favourite meals from childhood. Don't forget the sour cream at the end though, that makes the dish!

    The recipe is also on the back of the can usually.... But it's just, onion, tin of tomatoes (and/or fresh ones if you have some you need to get rid of....) beef cubes/strips, mushrooms, the soup and a little bit of beef/vege stock or water. Throw it together and let it do its thing. Sour cream just before serving.... Serve with rice in my house....

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    Default Re: Cream of celery, mushroom, chicken soup recipe ideas please

    If you check the American Campbell's site there are heaps of recipes.

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    Default Re: Cream of celery, mushroom, chicken soup recipe ideas please

    My mum makes chicken and veggie pies with cream of chicken soup. They're so good.

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    Default Re: Cream of celery, mushroom, chicken soup recipe ideas please

    Thank you everyone

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