Monday, June 16, 2014

Sausage Gravy Corn Chowder Broccoli Soup Recipe


So How Did Sausage Gravy Corn Chowder Broccoli Soup Come About???

--The Back Story

I was recently apart of a small pot-luck which was centered around soup.  One of the older ladies made corn chowder.  It was amazingly delicious!  I was sure it was a traditional, been in the family for generations, secret recipe.  It was that good!  I being a generally uncouth person, went ahead and boldly asked for her traditional, family-oriented, secret recipe.  She pulls out of her bag a copied recipe from Facebook!

Original ingredients:  Milk, Can of cream corn, Can of mushroom soup, Frozen corn, Shredded hash browns, Ham, Onion, Parsley flakes, Butter, Salt and Pepper.  

After a week of gathering ingredients I was ready to make the soup.  However, I did have exchanges from the original recipe:  No salt (I only use salt on watermelon and the front step in winter). Instead of ham, I used half a roll of sausage.   Also, put in broccoli instead of parsley flakes (same color???).  Oh and no crock pot.  Mine quit working about three years ago.  Why, no ham? Why no parsley? Why no crock pot?


First batch:  Good, but not as good as the nice lady’s at the pot luck.  My soup was a little thinner and that extra boost of yum factor was not there.  I figured she gave me the exact copy of the recipe; however, she probably made changes too.  She most likely used whole milk instead of my 2%, and what lady over the age of 60 does not use more butter than the recipe calls for?

Second batch:  Didn't talk myself into the whole milk purchase or adding more butter (dieting).  I did lose the frozen corn, and added extra frozen broccoli (love broccoli; corn id okay)  Much yummier. Not quite as good as the one had at the pot-luck, though, and it was still too runny.  The milk and sausage together reminded me of sausage gravy.  LIGHT BULB.

Motivational Soup Quote! 

Third batch:  Gravy up the milk! (well kinda).  And  SGCCBS was born! 

Ingredients to Sausage Gravy Corn Chowder Broccoli Soup 
2 & ½ cups of milk
1 can of cream  corn
1 can of condensed cream of mushroom soup
1 & ½ cups of chopped broccoli (small pieces)
1 cup of shredded hash browns 
½ of roll of sausage -mild 
½ small union chopped
2 tablespoons of butter (almost)
2 tablespoon of flour
Pepper uncooked, sprinkled lightly over bowl of soup

Directions:
In skillet, fry up sausage adding in this order as you get them ready: hash browns, onion, and broccoli.  
Cook until sausage is just done.  
Transfer over to soup pot.

In skillet you just fried the sausage in, add enough butter to have around 2 table spoons of grease in pan.  Add two tablespoons of flour and cook for just about a minute. Will look a light tan. Then add 2 of the 2 ½ cups of milk.  You are only going to cook for a minute or two until flour is dissolved well in milk.  Not making it into a gravy.  

Then add mixture into your soup pan along with cream corn, mushroom soup, and the other ½ cup of milk. Stir well.  
Cook on low heat (do not want to scorch milk) with lid off (to thicken soup), stirring occasionally.  Cook for about 45 minutes until the soup is nice and thick and corn is done.  Add a dusting of pepper to top of bowl when serving.




Song Parody Facts Of Life TV Theme Song

SGCCBS=Sausage Gravy Corn Chowder Broccoli Soup

You buy the sausage, you skip the ham
You use what you can, and there you have
SGCCBS
The SGCCBS, The SGCCBS

There's a time corn gots to go and no 
Parsley Flakes to worry about
The SGCCBS, The SGCCBS

When the soup never seems
To be thickenin’ up to your dreams
And suddenly you’re figuring out
The gravy is what is about, rue, rue!

It takes a lot to make soup right 
When you're making The SGCCBS (making The SGCCBS) 
Making The SGCCBS (making The SGCCBS) 
Making The SGCCBS 

Admission: I guess if you had one of those crock pots, it would be great to take to a pot-luck for storage and heat.  

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55 comments:

  1. haha. love the parody song. Looks interesting although not a cooked broccoli eater I might have to give it a shot.

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  2. YUM! This looks and sounds delicious! Thanks for sharing it

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  3. I have to give this one a try!

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  4. What an interesting mix! I'm not sure if I could pull it off!

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  5. That's awesome that you kept at it until you found the perfect recipe. It sounds delicious!

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  6. Oooh! I love chowder and most any soup but definitely chowder. Thanks for this! Love the quote!

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  7. tnx for sharing, I love everything that involves vegetables :)

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  8. This sounds really different and yummy! :)

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  9. That seems like an awesome soup. A lot of my favorite ingredients.

    Michelle F.

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  10. I like sausage gravy.. one of my favorites..

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  11. The soup looks really delicious and it's nice how yo presented your recipe post with poems and quotes.

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  12. This soup sounds like the absolute best comfort meal! YUM! Can't wait to try it!

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    1. comfort meals are the best. they make you want to curl up on the couch and watch tv or listen to music!

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  13. Oh my gosh! That is heavenly!!!!! I'm getting ingredients tonight for dinner tomorrow night. Thank you for sharing this recipe, I'm always looking for something different.

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  14. yummy we love a good chowder here especially when my hubby has one of those lazy days we can eat and then cuddle with a movie.

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  15. It looks really delicious! And I love your creative process, lol. Yes, you don't need to blindly follow, lead instead :)

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  16. i love potlucks, and i love making soup! thanks for your post

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  17. this is great-- but I'll wait till winter to try it. thanks for sharing

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  18. Oh, lol! The "same colour" replacement made me smile. I quite agree with the whole milk and extra butter being the trick to deliciousness on the original recipe. ;)

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  19. Looks yummy. For some reason this looks like a perfect winter-time meal. Thanks for sharing :)

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  20. That actually looks really good! When I read the title I crinkled my nose but the pics look yummy!

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  21. Wow! How many tries do you usually accomplish before getting a recipe right?

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  22. Yum, this makes me wish I wasnt a vegetarian

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  24. Oh Wow, You totally just made a poem using SGCCBS! LOL I'm always annoyed when I taste something delicious and I try to make it too but it doesn't' come out the same.

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  25. I love sausage gravy and this looks delicious. Thanks so much for the recipe.

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  26. It sounds good. I always doctor up recipes too. I think that is exactly how new recipes are created. Someone substitutes a few other ingredients for something else and the variation changes several times as its passed on to more people and via la a brand new recipe is eventually created.

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  27. Way to keep at it until it was perfect! It sounds delicious!! I'll definitely have to try it soon.

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  28. Thanks for the recipe. Let me try this one

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  29. I love broccoli... and this recipe is so tempting that I just can;t wait to make my own Sausage Gravy Corn Chowder Broccoli Soup

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  30. I can't say that I have ever had a soup like that, but it definitely sounds interesting.

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  31. Looks delicious, Thanks for Sharing. I will going to try this.

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  32. This sound so yummy! Corn and broccoli, love the mix. So let's try this in the weekend.

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  33. You have such a crazy creative mind! I don't know how you keep up with it! I wish I were that creative, I would have had to make the soup "exactly" as it was written and wouldn't have even had the idea to change it! Terrific!

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  34. at first i wasn't so sure about all those ingredients, but it really does look good. I love that it's very original. way to go

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  35. The soup looks really good and I love anything with mushrooms. I am going to have to try to make this soup. Thanks for sharing.

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  36. Oh great... now I am going to have The Facts of Life theme song in my head all day! Thanks ;)

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  37. I love chowder. This sounds great!

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  38. There are only a few soups that I actually like and will eat, and chowder is one of them!!

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  39. OMG I love this. Gonna have to try it this weekend! Thanks for the post!

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  40. You are so funny and you brightens my day with your post. I think that soup is delicious. I don't think I had that in the past thought.

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  41. Chowders are one of my favorite types of soup!

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  42. Love the recipe and the parody! Neat blog and great post.

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  43. This is great! I make sausage and gravy over biscuits on a regular basis but I've never tried it all these extra ingredients!

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  44. Very cute. My husband loves sausage gravy over most everything. Love Broccoli Corn Chowder.

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  45. My neighbor makes the best corn chowder! Cute post!

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  46. yummy this sounds great. And the post is too cute. lol

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  47. Love how you mix the poetry and the recipe. I like the way you blog things, very creative and I'm sure lots of effort too :)

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  48. quite a very complicated name for a soup, but it sure looks delicious. hopefully i can try it out in my tiny kitchen one of these days :)

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  49. Sounds like a wonderful dish, and I love how you made it your own!

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  50. I totally want a bowl of soup now.

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  51. I love the back story. You are so fun making recipes.

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  52. I am rolling on the floor! I love your song parody! You should definately continue in the recipe making world, and if you do, be sure to bring the next one back to The Yuck Stops Here recipe link party! You have certainly given me a chuckle, for which I am VERY grateful, I need one once in awhile! And - BONUS - your post was the MOST CLICKED this week and will be featured starting tomorrow night at 8pm ET!! Come by anytime after that to pick up your "I've Been Featured" button to display for all to see! CONGRATULATIONS! HUGS

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