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Tomato Bisque

Tomato Bisque recipe
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Ever notice how Philly Cream Cheese adds creaminess to anything you put it in? Like that’s its mission here on Earth? See how it turns tomato soup into bisque withou...read more
time
prep:
5 min
total:
10 min
servings
total:
3 servings, about 3/4 cup each
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posted:
2/16/2009
I liked this better than tomato soup prepared with only water, but not as well as tomato soup prepared with a soup can of milk. The cream cheese didn't melt completely, so it didn't have as nice of a presentation as I had hoped.
posted:
1/27/2009
The soup was wonderful. My only complaint is that the cheese doesn't melt well. It truly never completely melted. My family enjoyed it though.
posted:
1/15/2009
Easy, creamy, change for soup.
posted:
12/31/2008
I added some fresh basil and servered this on Christmas. Everyone loved it, even those who do not like tomato soup.
posted:
12/22/2008
This is the yummmiest tomato soup. My family loves it and is goes really well when paired with a crunchy bread. I also added some basil to it while cooking. Delicious.
posted:
12/14/2008
I like this because it is simple, and tasty!
posted:
10/12/2008
Creamy and rich while at the same time staying fairly light. I served it as the opener for dinner and my roommates both had seconds.
posted:
10/8/2008
I love cream cheese but not in this soup.
posted:
8/16/2008
The cream cheese is hard to melt completely, so I thin it down first with 3 oz. of water in the microwave. And a really yummy addition to the soup is a can of stewed tomatoes, chopped up.
posted:
7/31/2008
I made this recipe twice, and nothing would make the white chunks go away. I tried cutting the cream cheese into little chunks, and melting it beforehand, and I boiled it so many times, but they were just still there! I'd rather just use the milk next time.
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