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==Ingredients==
===Ingredients===
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* 8 cups [[milk]]
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* 2 tsp [[Tabasco sauce]]
* 8 cup [[milk]]
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* 4 tsp [[Worcestershire sauce]]
* 2 tsp [[Tabasco sauce]]
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* 4 tbsp [[chicken base]] <ref>[[Chicken base]] can be found in the spice section. I used Schilling's [[Chicken]] flavor base. Spice islands also has a product called [[chicken]] flavor stock base that is probably the same thing. I would like to give credit to Scott Hammon, whose extra efforts succeeded in wrangling this recipe from Baby Doe's chef. Since it's been many years since I sampled this soup at the restaurant in Dallas, I can't judge how closely this approximates the original. But at least the results are tasty! hope all who try it will enjoy it.</ref>
* 4 tsp [[worcestershire sauce]]
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* 16 oz [[Cheez Whiz]] <sup>®</sup>
* 4 tbsp [[chicken base]] (*)
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* 6 tbsp [[cornstarch]]
* 16 oz Cheeze Whiz
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* cup [[water]]
* 6 tbsp [[cornstarch]]
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* 1 cup [[beer]]
* 1/3 cup [[water]]
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* tsp [[msg]] (I did not use)
* 1 cup [[beer]]
 
* 1/8 tsp [[MSG]] (I did not use)
 
 
* [[cayenne pepper]]
 
* [[cayenne pepper]]
   
===Directions===
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==Directions==
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# Combine [[milk]], [[Tabasco sauce|Tabasco]], Worcestershire, [[chicken base]], and [[msg]].
Combine [[milk]], [[Tabasco]], worcestershire, [[chicken base]], & [[MSG]].<BR>
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# Bring to a boil, stirring regularly.
Bring to a boil, stirring regularly.<BR>
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# Add cheeze whiz, after warming in hot [[water]] or in microwave.
Add cheeze whiz, after warming in hot [[water]] or in microwave.<BR>
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# Mix in well.
Mix in well.<BR>
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# Dissolve [[cornstarch]] completely in the [[water]].
Dissolve [[cornstarch]] completely in the [[water]].<BR>
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# Add to soup, which should thicken immediately.
Add to soup, which should thicken immediately.<BR>
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# Reduce heat a bit and stir in [[beer]].
Reduce heat a bit and stir in [[beer]].<BR>
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# To serve, ladle into bowls and dust with [[cayenne pepper]].
To serve, ladle into bowls and dust with [[cayenne pepper]].<BR>
 
(*)[[chicken base]] can be found in the spice section.<BR>
 
I used schilling"s [[Chicken]] flavor base.<BR>
 
Spice islands also has a product called [[Chicken]] flavor stock base that is probably the same thing.<BR>
 
I would like to give credit to scott hammon, whose extra efforts succeeded in wrangling this recipe <BR>
 
from baby doe"s chef.<BR>
 
Since it"s been many years since i sampled this soup at the restaurant in dallas, i can"t judge how closely <BR>
 
this approximates the original.<BR>
 
But at least the results are tasty! hope all who try it will enjoy it.
 
 
===Other Links===
 
   
==See also==
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== Notes ==
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<references/>
   
[[Category:Recipes with Beer]]
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[[Category:Milk and cream Recipes]]
[[Category:Recipes]]
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[[Category:Recipes using beer]]
[[category:worcestershire sauce Recipes]]
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[[Category:Soup Recipes]]
[[category:cayenne pepper Recipes]]
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[[Category:Processed cheese Recipes]]
[[category:cayenne pepper Recipes]]
 
[[category:Tabasco sauce Recipes]]
 
[[category:chicken base Recipes]]
 
[[category:cornstarch Recipes]]
 
[[category:Chicken Recipes]]
 
[[category:water Recipes]]
 
[[category:beer Recipes]]
 
[[category:milk Recipes]]
 
[[category:monosodium glutamate Recipes]]
 

Latest revision as of 07:22, February 17, 2020

IngredientsEdit

DirectionsEdit

  1. Combine milk, Tabasco, Worcestershire, chicken base, and msg.
  2. Bring to a boil, stirring regularly.
  3. Add cheeze whiz, after warming in hot water or in microwave.
  4. Mix in well.
  5. Dissolve cornstarch completely in the water.
  6. Add to soup, which should thicken immediately.
  7. Reduce heat a bit and stir in beer.
  8. To serve, ladle into bowls and dust with cayenne pepper.

Notes Edit

  1. Chicken base can be found in the spice section. I used Schilling's Chicken flavor base. Spice islands also has a product called chicken flavor stock base that is probably the same thing. I would like to give credit to Scott Hammon, whose extra efforts succeeded in wrangling this recipe from Baby Doe's chef. Since it's been many years since I sampled this soup at the restaurant in Dallas, I can't judge how closely this approximates the original. But at least the results are tasty! hope all who try it will enjoy it.
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