Bean Soup

Bean Soup Recipe

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Kenyan Jones

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@jonesy32

My family really enjoys this soup. It is quick and easy to make. I like to make it using left over ham from Christmas or Easter.

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Serves:
4-6
Prep:
15 Min
Cook:
45 Min
Method:
Stove Top

Ingredients

  • 2 jar(s)
    great northern beans (large jars)
  • 1
    large onion, chopped
  • 1-2 can(s)
    stewed tomatoes, chopped
  • 1 c
    cooked ham or more to your liking, chopped
  • ·
    brown sugar to taste
  • ·
    salt and pepper to taste
  • ·
    hot sauce to taste, i use red hot or texas pete
  • 2 box
    chicken broth, low salt
  • ·
    oil
  • 1 clove
    minced garlic more or less to your liking

How to Make Bean Soup

Step-by-Step

  1. Saute garlic and onion in oil
  2. Add chicken broth, beans, stewed tomatoes, ham, brown sugar, salt and pepper, and hot sauce. Bring to boil then reduce to a simmer stirring occasionally. Until heated through and soup thickens.
  3. I usually smash the beans a little to release the starch to help thicken the soup.

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About Bean Soup

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




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