German Bean and Sausage Soup

1
Elaine Laskowski

By
@hathor

A hearty soup that is comfort food. It is a family favorite.

Rating:

★★★★★ 1 vote

Serves:
8-10
Prep:
1 Hr
Cook:
1 Hr
Method:
Stove Top

Ingredients

  • 1 lb
    lima beans
  • 5 qt
    water
  • 1 c. + 2 tsp
    ham flavored soup base
  • 1 c
    cooked ham hock
  • 1 tsp
    thyme
  • 4 c
    onions, carrots and celery, chopped
  • 4 c
    potatoes, diced
  • 1 lb
    green beans
  • 1 1/2 lb
    smaked kielbasa, sliced

How to Make German Bean and Sausage Soup

Step-by-Step

  1. Wash and sort Lima beans. Put in a large pot with water and soak overnight or use the quick method and boil the beans in the water for 30 minutes, cover and let sit in the hot water for an hour and then proceed as the recipe states.
  2. Add the soup base and ham hock and cook for 25 minutes.
  3. Add the thyme, onions, carrots, celery, potatoes and green beans and cook until veggies are done.
  4. Remove the meat from the ham hock and return it to the soup along with the sliced kielbasa and cook another 10 minutes to heat through.

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About German Bean and Sausage Soup

Course/Dish: Bean Soups
Main Ingredient: Beans/Legumes
Regional Style: German
Other Tag: Quick & Easy




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