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Sharon Jelinek 3 months ago
Very good! I did not put in the Velveta, but everything else was the same.
Deer 3 months ago
Tasty soup, a caloric bomb
Eli Barsy 4 months ago
Made it for my wife for 4th of July after she had jaw surgery and couldn’t eat actual cheeseburgers, hot dogs, etc. People were actually jealous of her meal after tasting it. I used canned potatoes instead of fresh and added diced, canned tomatoes b/c a cheeseburger needs some tomato.
Ashley Greer 4 months ago
Best. Soup. Ever!! I followed the measurements very loosley and pretty much just doubled it. Here’s what I did: - 2 pounds ground beef with a splash of olive oil and seasoned with cavendars Greek seasoning to taste, Himilayan Pink salt, and cracked black pepper - a whole chopped onion - a whole bag of shredded carrots - a whole stalk of celery - tons of basil and parsley - 4 tbsp butter - 6 cups chicken broth - 8 Yukon gold potatoes - 3/4 cup flour (rough measurement guess) - 32 oz velveeta cheese (the whole block) AND - 2 cups shredded sharp cheddar cheese (the whole bag) ** No milk- it was soupy enough ** - 3/4 cup sour cream (rough measurement guess) Mainly just did all of that because I’m a lazy cook and couldn’t be bothered to measure everything out and because I knew if I used partial bags of stuff the rest would go to waste. And honestly, I am NOT a cook but I really impressed myself with this! This is a recipe for any and all skill levels! The only change I would make is to cut my potatoes into smaller chunks and I should have cooked them for a shorter amount of time because I think the Yukon gold ones cook faster than the russet poataoes I usually use. Anyways, make it! You won’t regret it!
Lynda K. 4 months ago
Awesome! We used ground turkey instead of beef & it was quite YUMMY!
emily corn 5 months ago
Very good!! Definitely recommend chopping up dill pickles to top the soup.
Karen Power 6 months ago
Excellent! I used Velveta cheese and the soup tasted exactly l8ke a cheeseburger! Will definitely make again!
Stacie Russom 7 months ago
it was not to my liking. i didnt like it. my husband and son said they iked it. they said it tastes like corn beef hash.
L. New 8 months ago
Easy and good!! I added maybe a half cup more water since I only had a 32 oz of broth plus a chicken bouillon cube… didn’t have celery so I added a can of petite diced tomatoes. 2-3 tbsp diced garlic. Rich and lucious! The smells in my kitchen shouldn’t be legal! Pictures never do food justice!
Essie-Marie Ford 8 months ago
WOW ❤️❤️❤️❤️ I loved it and will definitely be making it again soon!
Mariah 9 months ago
I didn’t have sour cream so I skipped that and it was delicious. I’m excited to make it again with the sour cream to see what kind of kick it gives.
Cheyenne Browning 10 months ago
turned out soo good will be doing this again!!!!!!😊😊😊😊
Patrick Brennan 10 months ago
This was very nice. we agreed it reminded us of Hamburger Helper but felt lighter and less processed.
ben a year ago
great soup, doubled it, used 4cups cheddar jack mix, 3tbsp minced garlic instead , 8 oz cream cheese, and heavy whipping cream instead of milk. serving it in a restaurant
Erin McGinnis a year ago
We loved it. The one request I got from the family was more meat. I used a pound of ground beef. I will use a pound and a half next time. I may use ground turkey as well. I used more seasoning than what was called for. I seasoned the meat, then the veggies, and then the potatoes. The flavor was perfect.
Brice Burdewick a year ago
My wife said it was restaurant quality lol. Some changes I made were I added 16oz velveeta and about the same of shredded sharp cheddar. I also doubled the stock, put about 2 Tbs of Italian seasoning instead of the basil and added red pepper flake.
Bob Healy a year ago
Just ok. Not a lot of flavor. Needs major work.
Matthew Tarpy a year ago
Turned out great! I don’t measure ingredients. I typically just eye things or purposely add more or less of something based on my personal preferences. Sometimes I’ll add extra things as well, but this recipe is great! It offers plenty of flexibility too for those that like to experiment in the kitchen.
T a year ago
I followed all directions and it was very good. I will definitely be making this again and again
Timothy Newell a year ago
follwed recipe to a T. came out great!
MD a year ago
This was DELICIOUS and very easy! It makes a lot! We’ll be eating it a few days and probably I’ll halve it next time since there’s two of us and it doesn’t freeze well.
Lorraine Eloms a year ago
Awesome meal!! The kids were skeptical because of the name but once they tried it, it was GONE.
Leslie K. a year ago
My husband asked to put this on our regular menu! We left out celery and carrots but still super amazing. soo easy!
Jaymi Dirks a year ago
Great! Family favorite!!
Tai Harris 2 years ago
VERY cheesy! My family loves it. My coworkers love it! I made it two days ago and I’m making it again tonight!
Julie R. 2 years ago
a little salty but the whole family loved it. will definitely make it again.
Kalli Warren 2 years ago
It was delicious!! I didn’t have sour cream, but I had heavy whipping cream so I added a splash of that into it instead. This is perfect for a chilly evening inside!
Carrie S. 2 years ago
This was super yummy!
Stevenson 2 years ago
Would add crushed red pepper flakes to it next time.
Shana Locklair 2 years ago
Really good ! Add crackers on side