Monk's Bean Soup

Staci Cakes

By
@BabasKitchen

This is a wonderful flavored bean soup invented by my cousin Monk.

I make this in a slow-cooker, usually overnight. It can take up to 15 hours to cook depending on your cooker. You can easily half the time by cooking on high and still come out with the same great bean soup in less the time.

All seasoning amounts are easily adjustable. Although, for a great dill flavor I recommend using at least 1 Tbsp of dill.

This is one of those soups that are even better the next day.

Freezes well.


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Serves:
6
Prep:
15 Min
Cook:
15 Hr

Ingredients

1 pkg
great northern beans (16 oz)
1 large
smoked ham hock (or 2 small-medium)
1 large
onion, chopped
8 c
water
1-3 Tbsp
dill
seasoned salt, to taste
fresh cracked black pepper, to taste

Step-By-Step

1Rinse and pick through beans, drain.

2Place ham hock(s) in slow-cooker. Pour beans evenly around ham hock(s).

3Add seasonings and water.

4If cooking overnight, set slow-cooker to low.

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