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Asparagus Soup
submitted by Carolyn

"I have a thing that I do with Cream of Asparagus soup that I think would work out well for Y2K and it is really good. You could use any kind of creamed soup. I use asparagus because my husband got 2 cases for some reason and I couldn't stand the stuff just plain.  You could use any kind of rice or maybe even pasta or whatever and any kind of veggies that suit you.  Probably could use bouillon cubes but they are too salty for me. I have also used the Campbell's beef consommé or chicken broth but like the beef best.  Just play around with it and change to your own taste."

1 can of double strength canned beef broth
1 can water
1/2 cup rice
1 medium onion, diced (or dehydrated onion)
1 or 2 cans cream of asparagus soup
water or milk as required for cream soup
vegetables, fresh or canned (celery if you have it)

Put it all in a pot and cook until rice is soft. Thin to desired thickness with milk or water. 

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