Randy’s Recipes: Fifteen Minute Macaroni Bisque


Randy’s Recipes: Fifteen Minute Macaroni Bisque (Randyjw; February 28, 2017)


1/2 box (12 oz.) macaroni, or other, pasta

1 can (10.5 oz.) bisque soup (seafood, lobster, chowder, corn, vegetable, etc.)

12 oz. chicken stock (two chicken bouillon cubes dissolved in travel mug sized coffee cup)

1/4 – 1/2 Tablespoon butter

1/8 teaspoon (4 shakes) garlic powder

1 bay leaf, small

4 drops apple-cider vinegar

Thickener, if desired (cornstarch, flour, etc.)

Optional Add-Ins: Port-Wine Cheese Spread (like Kaukauna) (I haven’t actually tried this, yet…)



Boil pasta, as per package directions; then, strain and set aside.


Combine the remaining ingredients in a saucepan until heated through, reducing sauce with continued heat to thicken. If using thickener, use some of the heated sauce and add to the powdered thickener in a separate bowl, to dissolve and to temper the thickener to the desired consistency; then add to sauce and stir. Pour over pasta. Season to taste.

6 Yums Up




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6 responses to “Randy’s Recipes: Fifteen Minute Macaroni Bisque

  1. Hi, Saneh! I hope you have something nice to eat, too! Thanks for your happy faces!

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  4. Yup. It just amped up the bisque flavor, as an enhancement. Now, I’m really looking to punch it up. I think adding port-wine cheese spread (like Kaukauna, etc.) might really do the trick.

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