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"I was pleasantly surprised by this recipe! The flavor is fabulous and very unique. In order to make this soup vegetarian-friendly, I did not use chicken broth- Instead I used 1 cup of organic vegetable broth and 2 cups of water. The flavor certainly didn't come up short despite lack of chicken broth. Overall I thought this recipe was fantastic! Very unique flavor, delicious, fun, different and I will definitely make this again!"- Ldr429
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Saute carrots, onions, and celery in butter until the onions are translucent
Stir in flour and cook on low heat for 3-4 minutes, whisking constrantly, making sure it does not burn.
Stir in beer (must be first to cook off the alcohol), paprika, mustard, worchestershire, and broth. Use wire whisk to smooth. Add cheese, slowly bring to a boil, reduce heat and simmer for 10 minutes. Feel free to mix up the cheese or a use a blend of cheeses, such as cheddar and parmesan, sharp cheddar and colby-jack, or whatever.
Remove from heat and fold in half and half (or heavy cream if you want to get that first heart attack out of the way tonight). Add tabasco. Serve w/ extra tabasco on the side and fresh popcorn as garnish.
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Doreenmary 1 week agoI found your recipe by listing the stuff in my fridge. It was awesome! Thanks for sharing swibirun. I will make this again.
chook77 2 weeks agoMore like a fondue. Used cheddar and parmesan cheese. Definitely making this again!
melhelsch 1 month agoThis turned out amazing and was a great choice for the Super Bowl. The popcorn really took it to the next level!
KBursaw 2 months agoYum!! Made with Caesar salad and garlic toast...so good!!
Doreenmary 2 months agoThis was very good. Thank you for sharing.
Porpo83 3 months agoI made this doubled to tripled for a group. It was a huge hit! Fresh Hatch green chili chopped finely in a food processor was a tasty addition. Thank-you for the recipe.
oakandsage 3 months agoI'm low on cheese so I made it with about half the cheese and it still had a good cheesy flavor. I like how this recipe contains vegetables so you can pretend it won't kill you. Actually with half the cheese and only a little swirl of cream it might only kill me a little.
segduf 5 months agoWe loved this soup,but didn't care for the popcorn garnish, so we used broken up pretzel sticks instead....DELICIOUS!!! We will definitely make this again!
MBastis 9 months agothanks for the recipe, i've been looking for this
CYAG 10 months agoReally a nice soup. Served with crispy crumbled bacon and homemade sourdough croutons as optional tippets. Rave reviews. Will be making this again. Thanks for posting.
Swied1 12 months agoThis is fantastic. I added red and yellow bell pepper to the veggies and used Colby Jack cheese and a golden ale. The only additional change I'll make next time is to use half cream and half 1/2 & 1/2. Or maybe not. It really was delicious.
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Voxxie-rocks 1 year agoWe love this soup! I like to add some red bell pepper and a jalapeño to the veggies when cooking. Sooo yummy <3
amonshelley 1 year agoGreat recipe. Cooked with an amber ale, sharp cheddar and gouda.
Benjamin_Goodhealth 1 year agoMade this for the family tonight. They loved it! Thanks for a great diner.
lauracarson1 2 years agoThis is absolutely delicious! I used 1/2 sharp cheddar and 1/2 mild cheddar and then topped with chopped bacon ~ It is so good! It reminded me of the version I used to have at one of my favorite restaurants.
COcookmama 2 years agoThis was a great soup. Having a family from Wisconsin I am use to creamy beer cheese soup so after I cooked the veggies in butter I put them in the food processor and pureed them. This gave a better consistency. All in all this is a great recipe
cwiklana 2 years agoJust like mom used to make.
MED2011 2 years agoMy husband loved the soup. We used a dark Leinenkugel beer and sharp WI cheddar. Next time we will find a really aged cheese to make it even tastier. It is a rich soup and pairs well with sourdough bread. Perfect for our WI taste.