Best Ever Black Bean Soup 2 cans of seasoned black beans (drained, not rinsed) 1 can chicken broth 1 1/2 cups water 2 Tbsp olive oil 1 cup chopped onion 2 cloves of garlic minced 2 tsp chili powder 1/4 tsp cumin White Rice ***sub chicken broth with veggie broth
U.S. Senate Bean Soup
This is a variation of the famous hearty navy bean soup served for decades at the cafeteria of the U.S. Capitol. It has become a cherished soup icon. Notice that the amount of fluid called for in the recipe is 6 cups; 3 cups of water or vegetable stock AND 3 cups chicken stock. Additional water is needed for the pre-soaking of the navy beans. A ham hock is most desired, although diced ham can be substituted. However, the simmering of the ham hock imparts a richer, full-bodied flavor not only…
Hearty quinoa and bean soup recipe - Chatelaine.com
Warm up with a bowl of this sustenance-packed Hearty quinoa and bean soup. Find more soup and slow-cooker recipes at Chatelaine.com.
Ham and Bean Soup
Ham and Bean Soup is one of our all time favorite comfort foods. This easy recipe is made in the Crock Pot and takes just minutes to prepare!
Tuscan Bean Soup
From the kitchen of One Perfect Bite...Bob and I have been playing hot potato with some version of the flu for two weeks now. We're both finally on the mend and our appetites are starting to return. Our meals have been light for much of that time. I'm happy to report there's not a can of soup left in the pantry. That's a good thing. One more bowl of chicken soup would have me laying eggs and Bob crowing to wake the sun. We're still not ready for "real" meals but I wanted to make something…
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1-Hour Ham and Bean Soup Recipe - Food.com
Made this one up myself, from a mix of different recipes. No need to wait for dry beans to soak. You get great homemade soup in about an hour!
Can I let you in on a little secret? I am just a mediocre cook. I have cooking envy of many of my friends, including my friend, Jan. I long to cook with creativity and view cooking as an art form as she does at Daily*Dishin. I wish I could make a tiramasu like her's. (If only I had the nerve to attempt a tiramasu.) My poor family usually has to settle for chocolate chips or a piece of fruit for dessert. I know...it's pathetic! I am a simple person who has been called to a simple lifestyle…