Casserols/soups

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Ok its getting nasty out and I'm making a grocery list for the week.. I need some comfort food ideas! Looking for some creative soups or casseroles I can make this week for the boys and I. Would love to hear some of your guys favorite ones for cold winter nights!
 
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I don't have a recipe handy, but gumbo really hits the spot on a cold winter night. Potato soup is another favorite.
I was thinking about a potatoe soup.. But we had that not to long ago.. Gumbo sounds good!
 
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White bean or split pea with a huge smoked shank

I have a few other ideas but I can’t find the links at the moment…lemon chicken orzo soup and a summer veg chicken soup
 
Old timey chicken and dumplings...
loaded baked potato soup...
spinach, andouille, and sweet potato soup...
Loaded tater soup here tonight
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White bean or split pea with a huge smoked shank

I have a few other ideas but I can’t find the links at the moment…lemon chicken orzo soup and a summer veg chicken soup
White bean and ham is a favorite around here.. With jalapeno corn bread!! Thats a good one!! Thanks!
 
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Old timey chicken and dumplings...
loaded baked potato soup...
spinach, andouille, and sweet potato soup...
Chicken and dumplings is something ive not had in a very long time! Thanks for the ideas!
The spinach andouille sweet potato soup sounds amazing!!
 
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If you haven't done zuppa toscana yet Steve H Steve H has a good recipe. Make it several times a winter. Also any kind of breakfast casserole is a winner around here
I got a breakfast casserole on the list! Lol! I like doing those because the reheat good for quick breakfasts before getting the boys on the bus.
I remember seeing steves soup get a lot attention here. I'll have to look it back up. Might be a go for that one!
 
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We love oyster and crab stew. But not together lol. My mother always made goulash? Man I've got to find her recipe

Keith
 
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Chicken and dumplings is something ive not had in a very long time!
You need to change that .
I smoke a lot of whole birds . So this time of year means a second meal of chicken and dumplings or white chicken chili . Boil down the carcass and pick the meat . De-fat the broth .
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I use my Spaetzle recipe for the dumplings .
1 cup flour
1/4 cup milk
2 eggs
1/2 tsp nutmeg
1/4 tsp white pepper
1/2 tsp salt
Mix together and use a spoon to drop into hot soup .
I use a couple different store bought mixes for the chili .
This is a good one .
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We love oyster and crap stew. But not together lol. My mother always made goulash? Man I've got to find her recipe

Keith
Not sure i want anything to do with oyster and crap stew! :emoji_blush: You type like me lol! But speaking of goulash...I made some while I was divorced, wanted it thick, mother in law always made it with half juice I swear, turned out perfectly...fork stood straight up in it. Got back together with wife and remarried...she called it slump...but was still good!
 
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