With the latest Jewel deal on Lipton Soup Mixes (only $2.00 plus tax for 16!!), I've come up with a list of uses for them.

10. Dip mix - got to love an old stand-by like that
9. Toss with potato wedges for a fabulous, easy side dish. Roast and serve with sour cream.
8. Add 1/3 C. flour to 1 seasoning envelope and coat chicken. Easy breaded chicken pieces - roast to give them a crunchy skin.
7. Rub onto a roast. Tons of flavor for less tender cuts of meat.
6. Add to ground meat for some super-flavorful burgers. 1 envelope to 1.5-2 lbs. meat.
5. Add to ground meat and make into meatballs. 1.5 lbs. per envelope of seasoning.
4. Use as a flavor-base for gravy
3. Add to your next meatloaf
2. Add to pasta sauce (tomato based only) Lots of flavor in an instant!
1. Toss with bread cubes, drizzle with EVOO, and bake. Homemade croutons with lots of flavor.

What are your favorite ways of using dry soup mix?
I'd love some new ideas!
3 Responses
  1. slugmama Says:

    Hey, thanks for this post. It will come in handy as I have a stack of free Lipton Soup Mix now after hitting Acme on I do #9 & #7
    Google Lipton Soup Mix + Onion Cheese Bread for a tasty looking recipe. I'll have to try that one too.

  2. Precious Says:

    Stir together 1 envelope of onion soup mix and 2 cans undiluted of FF cream of chicken soup in
    a bowl. Put boneless chicken breasts, pork chops or stew beef in the crockpot and put the mixture over them. Cook on low all day or high for 4 hours. YUMMY!

  3. Slugmama - those are my fallbacks too - that and the dip. Can't beat 6 cents per pkg. Love the idea of using it for garlic bread!

    Precious - That sounds delish! And I do love my crockpot....especially in the crazy days of winter!

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