Putting together a whole pile of recipes for Jiffy Soups. Here’s the Introduction to the new page and the TOC:
Jiffy Soup Recipes | Umm-mm Good!
Mr. Big Food’s Big Food Manual and Survivalist Flourishing Guide has a folder labeled “Jiffy Soups.” Lots of recipes for simple combinations of two canned soups, or condensed soups with tasty additions, or really easy to make soups (many using canned soup). I had my doubts, too, but we’ve been having a jiffy soup three or four times a month for close to a year and they are surprisingly good. Teamed with a salad and sandwich of some sort, they make a really good fast supper.
Dutch Corn Chowder is a fine example: onion, butter, cream of potato soup, milk water (or stock), canned corn, and dried chives if you have them. It’s good!
Simple combinations– just two soups together
Condensed foundations– “Add any of the following combinations to 1 can condensed ____ soup”
Easy soups– e.g., Grand Diplôme Special Tomato Soup (canned tomato soup, rind of one orange, evaporated milk), what could be easier?
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