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Beef, potatoes, carrots, and cheese simmer together to make a savory main course! Stew, chowder, soup, or whatever you want to call it, it is a main course that will become a family favorite! Double the recipe so they can have plenty of leftovers...
"Quick and easy - originally on Sara Molton's program adapted from a prize winning recipe. My hubby loves this - so do I!"- fran3828
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Mix butter, onion powder, chicken broth, carrots, parsely, and garlic powder together in large pot
Bring to boil and simmer, uncovered, 4-5 minutes
While warming mixture, brown the ground beef (seasoned with onion powder); drain
When mixture is done simmering, mix the ground beef and potatoes into the pot
Bring to a boil and let simmer, covered, 15 minutes
While that is simmering, make the white sauce with the flour, butter, and evaporated milk
Whisk well to remove lumps
When mixture is done simmering, add the white sauce
Stir well for 2-3 minutes
Add Velveeta, adding a thin slice at a time and stirring constantly to allow it to melt
Add sour cream, stirring constantly
Once the Velveeta and sour cream have thoroughly melted and been mixed in, remove from fire and allow to sit, covered, for 10 minutes
Stir again and serve
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MarysHR3 2 weeks agoThe easiest soup I have ever made. Absolutely delish!
cnwillis31 1 year agoLove this recipe! Needed a recipe to impress relatives- they loved it!
donna-jeandonnelly 1 year agoFOLLOWED RECIPE - NO CHANGES. ABSOLUTELY DELICIOUS.
fran3828 3 years agoQuick and easy - originally on Sara Molton's program adapted from a prize winning recipe. My hubby loves this - so do I!
Krickettz 4 years agoThis has a tendency to burn on the bottom once the cheese is added, so be sure to not leave unattended for too long Serves 8-10 I often double the recipe because this refrigerates / freezes really well, and it tastes even better when reheated as left-overs! [I posted this recipe.]