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What Do You Substitute When A Recipe Calls For Cream Of Mushroom?

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Hey there!

My mom is trying to make a casserole that requires cream of mushroom soup.

What do yall use as a substitute when a recipe calls for COM soup in order to make it gluten-free?

Thank you!

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I use Progresso Creamy Mushroom soup. If it's too thin, thicken it up with some corn starch.

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Thanks Lisa! Is it in a jar or can?

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Thanks Lisa! Is it in a jar or can?

It's in a can and you can find it where all the other soups are in the grocery store.

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My mom says THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!! :D

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Hey there!

My mom is trying to make a casserole that requires cream of mushroom soup.

What do yall use as a substitute when a recipe calls for COM soup in order to make it gluten-free?

Thank you!

I saute some mushrooms(whole, sliced, diced, whatever) in butter (dairy free in our case) then add enough of whatever kind of milk you use to make the full amount for the recipe. Then whatever starch/flour thickener you would use in a gravy. Homemade will have way less salt than the canned version so you may want to add some.

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I use a combination of sour cream, chicken broth, and mushrooms sauteed in butter (I usually add garlic and onion, too).

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i love progresso's cream of mushroom, but it's so hard to find here! most of our grocery stores don't have it, so i when i do find it i stock up!!!

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I buy a can of mushroom stems and pieces add the whole thing liquid and all to the food processor and chop it up. To that in a pan over low heat add a cup of whipping cream or half & half, some salt and pepper, thicken it up with some corn or tapioca stach. It takes only a few minutes and is delicious.

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This is from http://www.gluten.net/recipes/index.php?cmd=6&recid=66

I've made condensed cream of tomato by using this recipe and using 1 cup tomato juice instead of milk and it worked great. (I omitted the chicken boullion)

Condensed "Cream of Anything" Soup

Ingredients

1 cup cold milk

2 Tbsp cornstarch

1 1/2 Tbsp butter

1 tsp chicken bouillon

1/2 tsp salt

dash of pepper

Instructions

In a small saucepan, whisk milk and cornstarch till well blended.

Stir in butter, bouillon, salt, and pepper.

Heat to a boil, stirring frequently. Simmer on low for one minute more to thicken.

Use in recipes to replace one can of cream of anything soup.

CONDENSED CREAM OF MUSHROOM SOUP:

Stir in a drained 4 ounce can of mushroom pieces to the recipe above.

Use in recipes in place of one can of Cream of Mushroom Soup.

CONDENSED CREAM OF CHICKEN SOUP:

Stir in 1/2 cup cooked chicken pieces to the recipe above.

Use in recipes in place of one can of Cream of Chicken Soup.

CONDENSED CREAM OF CELERY SOUP

Stir in 1/2 cup saut

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I can recommend something not to try. Don't use Health Valley Organic Cream or Mushroom. The stuff tastes like a bad combination of vinegar and pepper. It's also to runny to be used in casseroles and such.

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Our experience with Health Valley Organic Cream of Mushroom was just the opposite. We just had Salisbury Steak and used this soup for the gravy combined with some Lipton Recipe Secrets Onion Soup, and it was enjoyed by all. It's more like Campbell's than Progresso is. Progresso is more mushroom (which the kids don't like that much) and little soup. Health Valley also makes Cream of Celery and Cream of Chicken, which I plan to try next in casseroles, etc. I did thicken the soup near the end to make the gravy a little thicker. I cook for a 15 yo who is pretty picky, so was pleased that he really liked this gravy. Of course, you have to try it yourself since we all have different tastes.

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I just made beef stroganoff with the pregresso cream of mushroom soup and it was really good! and instead of noodles i put it over rice and my family liked it better :)

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