How Do You Make Wisconsin Cheese Soup?
When autumn chills the air and frost covers the pumpkin, it’s time to warm your family with hot creamy soups. At the top of the list is Wisconsin Cheese Soup, a perennial favorite with its blend of vegetables, cheese and ham in a rich base. Using fresh ingredients, you’ll have hot soup on the table within the hour. Prepare and measure your ingredients. The listed amounts are for one serving but you can easily increase the recipe to serve more. By measuring all your ingredients ahead of time, you can easily add them when called for. Make sure all your vegetables and ham are diced or shredded. Melt the butter in a non-stick pan over medium heat and sauté the chopped vegetables until they are tender. Stir occasionally to keep the vegetables from sticking in the bottom of the pan. Add cornstarch and flour to the hot vegetables, stirring constantly. Cook for 2 minutes. This step assures that the soup base will be smooth and creamy. Stir in the ham then add the broth and milk gradually, stir