Revisit ~ Buffalo Wing Soup

Hi everyone!

Soup and bread are major meals around here during the winter months. It is just that whole warm and comfy thing you need when you have been out. The easier and the faster the recipe, the more I really enjoy it! LOL

So, I decided to repost this recipe and join Laurie for A Few of My Favorite Things , Holly for Tickled Pink and Beth for Weekend Cooking. Tomorrow for Sunday Favorites and Seasonal Sunday, I will revisit the tablescape that went along with this recipe!

I hope you all had a fun Black Friday. Did you get lots of Christmas shopping done? Don't laugh, but I think I may be the only Black Friday shopper out there to hit our local thrift store. They had everything in the store 50% off all day. I didn't even get over there until 4:00 this afternoon. LOL That was the only place I went. And yes, I got about 8 Christmas presents!

And now, here it s 8:00 on Friday night and I am going to finish this post and, make a pot of tea and get into my flannel pj's and read! I am such a party animal!

I hope you all enjoy this!



Check out some great recipes at "Designs By Gollum" for Foodie Friday.

Yesterday I posted my tablescape and I told you that today I would share what we had. Well, it was just a very simple dinner, soup and bread.

The soup was a new recipe to me. Super easy and pretty cheap. It was "Buffalo Wing Soup"



Recipe:

Buffalo Wing Soup

4 & 1/2 Cups of Milk
2 Cups of Shredded Chicken
1/4 cup of Hot Sauce
1 Cup of Sour Cream
2 cans of Cream of Chicken Soup

Mix all of the above in a pot and cook until everything is hot and well blended.

You could make this in a crockpot and cook on slow for about 4 hours.

This is a good "out of the pantry" meal. I used shelf stable milk and a large can of fully cooked chicken. I just wanted to see if it would work with shelf stable food items. It was very good. The one thing I would change is I would up the hot sauce to 1/2 cup instead of 1/4 cup when I make it again. I didn't taste a lot of heat or a lot of the hot sauce flavor.

I topped it with shredded cheddar and a dollup of sour cream.

I also made cornbread. Okay, I made a "cheat" cornbread. I had never tried Betty Crocker brand packets of cornbread mix and I saw them at Walmart for 50 cents a packet. However, I did decrease the milk by half of what was listed on the packet and I added a can of cream style corn. It came out very yummy! I also made a quick cinnammon honey butter (1/2 cup of butter softened, 1/8 teaspoon of cinnamon and 1/4 cup of honey. Blend well).




So, a pretty tablescape and a quick, easy and inexpensive dinner!

12 comments :

  1. Oh yummy! That all sounds good. I didn't do any shopping this morning either. I held off until the afternoon. It was still crowded. I'm tired! Your shopping trip sounds more interesting than mine. Love thrift.

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  2. That does sound good and filling for a winter night! Yum! I didn't leave the house today. No shopping at all. I have to get my presents figured out and finish any shopping I need to do this coming week! I am only thrifting these days for sure!

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  3. Soup on a cold evening is always a perfect dinner. Thanks for the recipe.

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  4. Diann, this recipe looks like a keeper. I'll definitely be putting this in a crock pot for a cold winter night. Your corn bread and butter sound so good too. I'm always afraid to experiment with the package directions, but I do love packaged corn bread mix. Thank you for sharing this meal for Favorite Things. laurie

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  5. That recipe sounds delicious. I love soups and stews. I've never tried that brand of cornbread mix either. I'll be looking for it. I cook cornbread a couple of times a week and like the idea of adding creamed corn.

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  6. There is nothing better than a big bowl of steaming hot soup on a cold winter's evening!

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  7. You could put cheddar and sour cream on top of anything and I would love it...

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  8. Your table looks absolutely beautiful! Wow. I like creamed corn in my cornbread too -- I don't always make it that way, but it's a great variation. I'll have to make the butter next time I make the bread.

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  9. there is a soup I never heard of...but I too love soup, especially this time of year.
    And how can you beat 50cent cornbread?

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  10. Hmm. I've never been a cream soup fan but it sounds interesting. You can buy cooked chicken in a CAN? I don't think you can find that in Canada. I didn't partake in Black Friday thank goodness. I live at a border and could go to states any time but I heard later that the police had to be called in somewhere in Detroit because shopping got out of hand.

    I posted my first weekend cooking post last weekend with a giveaway!

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  11. I sort of skipped black Friday. I have hit the thrift stores though!

    I have never heard of such a soup...I must try it!

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