The best knorr soup recipe I’ve found
Knorr soup is my go-to recipe for a hearty, hearty meal that’s perfect for the holidays or when you just want a quick fix for a cold or flu.
You’ll get a lot of flavor from the knorr stock, and you can use any type of stock you’d like.
And if you’re just looking for a quick soup that can be cooked in a skillet or soup pot, you can also use an oven-safe crock pot, which will also work well.
In fact, it’s so easy to make that I’m surprised it’s even been around for so long.
So how do you make your own knorr?
You can use your own stock or buy some knorr-grade broth.
I like to use broth that’s at least 100 percent beef stock and uses no more than 4 cups of water, and that’s a pretty easy recipe to follow.
But you can make your soup with whatever stock you prefer, and it’s still a great recipe to use as a base for your soup.
The following knorr recipe will give you a flavorful and nutritious soup.
You can also make a more traditional soup using chicken stock or turkey broth, or make a soup using canned broth instead of beef stock.
You’re welcome to use any stock you like.
This recipe can be adapted to any soup or stock you’re using, but if you don’t like the flavor of your soup, use any kind of stock that doesn’t contain beef.
1 pound of chicken breast 2 tablespoons of butter 1 cup of diced tomatoes 2 tablespoons each of celery, carrot, bell pepper, and celery seed 1 teaspoon of garlic powder 1 teaspoon onion powder 1/2 teaspoon salt 1/4 teaspoon pepper 2 large eggs 1 teaspoon dried thyme 1/8 teaspoon dried rosemary 1/16 teaspoon black pepper 2 tablespoons vegetable broth 1 cup beef stock 1 tablespoon white wine 1 tablespoon Worcestershire sauce 1/3 cup soy sauce, or to taste (or to taste) 1 teaspoon sherry 1 teaspoon orange bitters 1/10 teaspoon fresh grated nutmeg To make the knrpa soup, preheat your oven to 350 degrees F. In a large skillet, melt the butter and the olive oil over medium-high heat.
Add the diced tomatoes and cook until the tomatoes are translucent, about 6 minutes.
Add celery and carrots and cook, stirring, until the vegetables soften, about 3 minutes.
Stir in the garlic powder, onion powder, salt, pepper, thyme, rosemary, black pepper, chicken stock, wine, and Worcester’s salt.
Bring to a boil and then reduce the heat to medium low and simmer until the soup has reduced by half.
Reduce the heat and simmer for about 30 minutes or until the liquid has reduced to about half of the liquid volume.
Strain the soup into a large mixing bowl and add the remaining ingredients.
Let the soup cool for about 15 minutes before adding the rest of the broth, which should be a little thicker than the soup itself.
Taste and adjust seasonings if needed.
Recipe Notes 1.
If you’re cooking your own soup, you’ll need a pressure cooker.
You could also use a crockpot, but I find that the pressure is a little too much for my tastes, so I like the slow cooker.
I used beef stock because I’ve used a lot in the past, but you could also substitute turkey or other lean cuts of meat.
It’s always better to go with the leanest, cheapest meat available.
If your soup has beef broth, add a few tablespoons of vegetable broth.
If not, add some soy sauce or other nonfat milk.
If using chicken broth, reduce the broth to 1/6 cup and add more stock as needed.
If adding chicken broth to a soup, stir in a tablespoon of dried thymes before adding it to the soup.
If the thyme is very salty, add more salt.
If making soup with chicken broth or stock, reduce it by half to make it more palatable.
This soup can be made in a crocker, but for a more authentic recipe, you could use a slow cooker or a pressure pot.
If cooking your soup in a slow cooker, you might want to use a heavy bottom pot to keep your pressure cooker from overloading.
You won’t have the amount of heat needed to make a traditional soup, but it’s a good idea to get a big pot for this.
I use a 1-quart crock to keep my soup warm and to keep the broth from burning.
This is the same thing I do for soup when I cook my chicken stock for soup.
For a traditional recipe, I cook mine in the slow cookers and use the stock and broth in the crock.
But if you’d prefer a more slow cooker-friendly recipe, use