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What Do You Do With Canned Soup?

Cherylptw | Mar 20, 201301:38 AM     80

I stopped buying canned soup years ago once discovering how easy it was to make my own but I do have a few cans of the stuff that was "gifted" to me and I find ways to use it up. One of my favorite with the condensed tomato soup is to make a recipe that used to be on the soup can when I was growing up; basically a browned pork chop smothered in tomato soup, onions & bell peppers then baked until tender. I still love this dish.

Other dishes are a potato casserole with french onion soup; queso taco soup with cheddar cheese soup, seasoned taco meat, roasted jalapenos and crispy tortilla strips over the top; and I use chicken with white & wild rice as a base for a chicken and wild rice pot pie with some additions.

What are some innovative dishes you make with canned soup?

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