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Broccoli Soup
Food Network Rating: (36 Reviews)
Total Time: 50 minutes   Yield: 4 to 6 servings
Level: Easy   
Directions: Melt the butter in a medium saucepan, over medium heat. Add the onion and garlic and cook until translucent, about 5 minutes. Add the potato, thyme, salt, and broth and bring to a boil. Adjust the heat to maintain a gentle simmer, and cook uncovered More»
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Onions, celery, and broccoli cooked in chicken broth are pureed with milk in this quick scratch-made cream of broccoli soup.


Try this easy broccoli soup alongside grilled cheese sandwiches or as a starter for a simple supper.


"As a student at Bloomsburg University, I spent many Sunday afternoons at Russell's restaurant in downtown Bloomsburg, Pennsylvania," writes Marganne Hoffman of Lebanon, Pennsylvania. "A decade after graduating, I still crave their cheddar-crusted broccoli soup. I would be thrilled if the owners would share the ...


Bright green broccoli florets float prettily in this hearty soup, but it's broccoli stems that do the real work. They're cooked with the potatoes and then pureed to form a creamy base. A final touch of Parmesan gives the soup an Italian feel. More Warming Soup Recipes ...


Puree the Neelys' top-rated Broccoli Soup recipe from Down Home with the Neelys on Food Network for a creamy vegetable soup garnished with homemade croutons.


Aug 1, 2016 ... 20 Minute Broccoli Cheese Soup! This delicious soup is made from scratch in 20 minutes! The perfect meal to warm you from the inside out on a chilly day!


Add onion; cook until tender. Add chopped broccoli florets, cook and stir about 6 minutes. Add the chicken broth. Increase the heat at this point and bring to a boil. Whisking constantly, add the flour mixture. Cook and stir until soup is thickened and bubbly. Lastly, add in the salt, pepper, and half & half. Heat through and serve ...


Jan 23, 2018 ... An easy and comforting soup without any work from Delish.com.


This soup is super creamy in texture, but it contains very little actual cream. The butter and flour mixture -- what's called a roux -- gives it body and silkiness.