Moma's Soup Recipe

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Robin Thomley


My Children Love this soup, My Son has told me over and over that I should sell it, but it is an old recipe, I have changed it, to my liking. When I make it and let the Children know that is what I have cooked they will come, and they make sure they take any leftovers home, My Son even hides it from his Buddies when they show up at his house, they tend to eat it all up. It is funny to me, because it is simple to make.

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1 Hr 10 Min
1 Hr 10 Min


1 1/2 lb
Ground Beef
1 can(s)
Yellow Corn Drained and Rinsed
1 can(s)
Green String Beans Drained and Rinsed
2 can(s)
Diced Tomatoes
1 medium
yellow onions
4 medium
Idaho Potato
4 c
water, cold
garlic salt
black pepper


1Cook Ground Beef till browned, drain off any fat, cut up yellow onion in small bite size cubes, add to beef, Then add the Rinsed yellow corn, green string beans, add the 2 cans of Diced Tomatoes, add 4 cups of water. Peel and cut up the Idaho Potatoes in to bite size pieces, rinse them off add to Soup.
Bring to Boil, then lower heat to a low simmer. I use Garlic salt and Black Pepper to season. When potatoes are soft the Soup is finished.
2When Fresh Vegetables are in Season I use White Lady Finger Peas,Green Butterbeans, Fresh Yellow Corn, Fresh New Red Potatoes, And Fresh Onions and Tomatoes, Cook time does not vary because the peas, green butter beans and tomatoes, and corn are in my freezer. Fresh Vegetables are always better, but I have found that when you rinse canned vegetables with cold water the taste a little better.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Beef Soups
Other Tag: Quick & Easy