I changed this recipe so it would be more oniony. I caramelized some diced onions first then put them in a blender with one of the soups and pureed. Then proceeded with the recipe only adding enough chicken broth to make the soups the right consistency and omitting the cornstarch. It was excellent!!
Sep 16, 2012
Made a few changes to this recipe. I took 3 small yellow onions and cooked them in olive oil until tender. Followed the rest of the recipe "as is" except also added Black Pepper. Absolutely amazing, very good, will make this again. I agree, you really don't need the cream of celery, using another can of cream of onion would probably be even better. I love to cook on the weekends and "use" my friends as guinea pigs for testing, they loved it.
Jun 12, 2009
No onion taste....only a cream soup with little flavor. Next time I may use a canned onion soup instead of broth and eliminate the cr. of chick. soup with 2 cans of cr. of onion soup. Also the corn starch really wasn't necessary. The creamy soups stand on their own for texture. Far from Outback's!
Sep 5, 2007
pamela64 Member since: September 5, 2007
This r ecipe is not even close to Outbacks.
All you taste is cream of chicken soup, has anyone else tried this yet and have you tried to alter the recipe
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