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"This Soup was amazing! The only change I made was to chop some bacon and sweat the onions in that before adding it to the sausage. I also added a little cayenne pepper to my bowl of soup. (I like things to have a little kick This really added another element to an already great soup, and it's low-carb to boot!!! Wife loved the soup as well."
Jan 13, 2013 on Food.com
"This is the closest I've found on this site to the recipe I've used many times. We make this for our school staff before Christmas Break and they all love it.
We use 6 eggs and don't mix milk with the soup. Just gently spread the soup over the top with a rubber spatula. Haven't tried the can of mushrooms before but will be trying them this ..."
Dec 23, 2010 on Food.com
"These were great!!!I didn't have any Old Bay but I added a bit of Cajun Spice. They turned out great and I'll definately use this recipe again!!!"
Aug 6, 2008 on Food.com
"I put this together for a New Year's party. The sauce is great! I added a little more cayanne to give it more kick (1/2 tsp.total Also I used Chicken tenders instead of the meatballs. Very good and easy to make."
Dec 31, 2003 on Food.com
"This is a crock pot recipe I have been using for quite a while. In addition to rubbing the mix on the meat and pouring the soup over, I also slice an onion and put it in the pot with the roast. Instead of water, sometimes a 1/4 cup of wine adds a good flavor When making the gravy, add a can of mushrooms for added flavor."
Mar 16, 2003 on Food.com