Soup lovers - great and EASY recipe
Post ReplyPost New TopicPosted 10/8/2008 by ~Lauren~ in NSBR Board
1 2 3 >
 

~Lauren~
Original Pea #1803

PeaNut 246,606
January 2006
Posts: 30,163
Layouts: 16
Loc: right here...even if some don't like it. ;)

Posted: 10/8/2008 7:30:42 PM
I make one large pot of soup per week in the fall and winter.

I tried this slow cooker recipe this week and it's fabulous. I was concerned about all the canned vegetables but somehow it tastes fresh. It's by far the easiest soup recipe I've ever done and it tastes so good. I made it Monday and have had some each day. Tonight, it's even better than it was yesterday.



Anyone else got any good soup recipes?

Slow Cooker Vegetable Beef Soup

I added one can of beef broth just for added flavor and liquid





Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian - Henry Ford

Laura-LouPea
Ruby Slippered Pea

PeaNut 74,765
March 2003
Posts: 5,879
Layouts: 3
Loc: Over the Rainbow

Posted: 10/8/2008 7:35:26 PM
Here is my favorite recipe, I hope you try making it Lauren, because it's really the best tortilla soup I've ever tasted (even better than any of the Tex-Mex resturaunts I've tried) It makes a huge pot!

Texas Style Tortilla Soup

1 small yellow onion, diced
3 cloves garlic, crushed
1 jalapeno pepper (optional)
6 boneless chicken breasts
2 cans beef broth
2 cans chicken broth
2 cans corn (drained)
2 cans Rotel tomatoes
2 cans Mexican style diced tomatoes
2 cans tomato soup
1 bunch cilantro
3 cups water
2 tsp ground cumin


Directions;
Dice the onion, garlic and jalapeno and add to large soup pot with 3Tbs heated olive oil. Sautee on medium high until onions are transparent.
Dice chicken and add to the onions to brown for about 5 minutes.
Add all 12 cans to the pot and 3 cups of water. Chop about 3Tbs. cilantro (or as much as desired) and add to soup with the cumin. Bring to a boil and reduce heat to simmer for half an hour. Serve over tortilla chips with diced avocado, and garnish with finely shredded Mexican style cheese. Yum!











~Lauren~
Original Pea #1803

PeaNut 246,606
January 2006
Posts: 30,163
Layouts: 16
Loc: right here...even if some don't like it. ;)

Posted: 10/8/2008 7:38:52 PM
It sounds delicious Laura. I'll definitely try it.





Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian - Henry Ford

*Leanne*
Adam Lambert is my gay boyfriend!

PeaNut 34,268
March 2002
Posts: 13,999
Layouts: 0
Loc: Calgary, Alberta

Posted: 10/8/2008 7:39:23 PM
My new fav that I've posted a few times recently, hehehe!

Chipotle Chicken and Wild Rice Stoup

Ingredients

2 skinless chicken breasts
1/2 cup wild rice uncooked
1 can black beans rinsed
1 small can corn
1 can fire-roasted tomatoes, diced (regular if none in store)
1 quart chicken stock, low-sodium and fat
1 cup onion, diced
2 cloves garlic, minced
1/2 tbl Mrs. Dash chipotle seasoning (or chipotle peppers, cumin, and cayenne)
2 tsp paprika
1 tsp thyme
1 bay leaf
1/2 cup carrots chopped
1 bell pepper, diced
1/2 cup celery chopped

Directions

Start wirh a stock pot and heat oil over medium heat. Cook chicken seasoning with chipotle seasoning and paprika. Once cooked add rice and toast for a few minutes. Then add onions and cook to translucence. Take the chicken out and add the rest of the vegetables, herbs, beans, and stock. Shred the chicken, add it back into the soup and simmer for 30-40 minutes or until the rice is cooked.



Leanne



dolansd&s
Dreaming of a distant island

PeaNut 137,961
March 2004
Posts: 9,171
Layouts: 0

Posted: 10/8/2008 7:43:13 PM
add some crab meat with seafood or old bay seasoning...and you have another recipe.

thanks lauren!

jennifercw
5,000 FINALLY!

PeaNut 52,019
October 2002
Posts: 6,592
Layouts: 50

Posted: 10/8/2008 7:53:45 PM
Lauren - We tried your Steve's Sausage Soup recipe Monday evening and the whole family loved it!

I see a lot of soup in my future based on this thread!

Here are my contributions:

Crab Corn Chowder

2 TBS butter
1/4 C green onion, chopped
Garlic salt to taste
1/4 tsp cayenne pepper
8 oz cream cheese, softened
2 cans cream of potato soup
2 C milk
1 small can crab, lump
1 large can whole kernel corn

Saute onion, garlic salt and cayenne in melted butter in bottom of soup pot. Add cream cheese and stir well. Add soup and milk and blend well. Add crab (with juice) and corn and stir gently to avoid breaking down crab. Simmer uncovered about 10 minutes. Serve immediately. (Sticks very easily so watch carefully.)

Black Bean and Potato

16 oz black beans, drained
2 potatoes, washed and diced
1/2 lb cooked ham, cubed
6 C beef broth
1/4 C dried chopped onions
4 oz can jalapeno chili peppers
1 clove minced garlic
1 tsp cumin
1 tsp oregano
1 tsp thyme
1/8 tsp ground cloves
Sour cream
Chopped tomato

Combine beans, potatoes, ham broth, onion, peppers, garlic, cumin, oregano, thyme and cloves. Cover and cook in crockpot on low 8-10 hours or high 4-5 hours. Garnish with sour cream and chopped tomato if desired. Serves 6-8.


~ Jennifer

Periwrinkle
Peawinkle

PeaNut 170,344
September 2004
Posts: 10,414
Layouts: 14

Posted: 10/8/2008 7:58:05 PM
I tried a new soup tonight too.

Acorn Squash, Pear and Bean soup with sautéed Shitakes

Oh my Gosh it was sooooo good.




KristinL16
Ancient Ancestor of Pea

PeaNut 142,870
April 2004
Posts: 13,105
Layouts: 102
Loc: MN

Posted: 10/8/2008 8:03:41 PM
This is one of my favorites. Tastes just like Olive Garden Pasta Fagioli soup.



Trixie Bender
Everyone is someone else's weirdo

PeaNut 385,920
August 2008
Posts: 9,116
Layouts: 0
Loc: Perpetually behind the eight ball

Posted: 10/8/2008 8:07:56 PM
I love these threads! Thanks to all who are sharing.

Here's one of our favorites:


Lentil Soup

3 slices bacon, cut into 2-inch pieces
1 med. onion, sliced
3/4 cup sliced carrot
3/4 cup sliced celery
1 clove garlic, finely chopped
4 cups water
12 oz. dried lentils
1 chicken bouillon cube
2 Tbsp. snipped parsley
1 Tbsp. salt (I never use more than 1/2 tsp.)
1/2 tsp. pepper
1/2 tsp. thyme
1 bay leaf
1 can (28 oz.) whole tomatoes
1 cup water

Fry bacon until limp; drain. Add onion, carrot, celery and garlic to bacon drippings; cook and stir over med. heat until celery is tender, about 10 minutes. Stir in bacon, 4 cups water, the lentils, bouillon cube, parsley, salt, pepper, thyme and by leaf. Heat to boiling.; reduce heat. Cover and simmer until soup thickens, about 1 hour.

Stir in tomatoes (with liquid) and 1 cup water. Simmer, uncovered 15 minutes. Makes 6 servings.

allisonmud
AncestralPea

PeaNut 204,958
May 2005
Posts: 4,095
Layouts: 134
Loc: Chicago burbs

Posted: 10/8/2008 8:09:22 PM
I made a baked potato soup tonight in the crock pot. Very tasty, but VERY high calorie, so keep that in mind. You know party potatoes? This is the soup version.

2 lbs diced potatoes (I used a bag of frozen hash browns)
1 small onion chopped (or green onion)
2 cans cream of mushroom soup
1 tsp garlic salt
1/2 tsp crushed red pepper (I used cayenne)

Mix the above and cook on low for 8 or high for 4 hours. Mix with a spoon really well; the outside gets all browned and baked and you want to mix that through the soup.

Then add:
1 cup shredded sharp cheddar
6 oz cream cheese
1 cup (I used 1/2 more) milk

And cook on high for 10 more minutes. This would have been good topped with bacon, too!

I love soup season!


Allison

Chopped Liver *U*
Running from the drama llama

PeaNut 43,514
July 2002
Posts: 51,685
Layouts: 42
Loc: South Jersey

Posted: 10/8/2008 8:12:54 PM
Thanks for reminding me Leanne. I saw that last time you posted it. I can't wait to try it. I just have to pick up the fire roasted tomatoes. I saw them in my store.

I also make the TSR Pasta Fagioli. It is an awesome recipe.

I have so many great soup recipes. I make soup at least 2-3 days a week in the fall/winter.


Sam



I live to die another day...until I fade away. Until the End

Chopped Liver *U*
Running from the drama llama

PeaNut 43,514
July 2002
Posts: 51,685
Layouts: 42
Loc: South Jersey

Posted: 10/8/2008 8:23:40 PM
Here's some of my favorites...

Tomato Soup with Pesto

Italian Wedding Soup

Veggie Soup with Pesto

Outback Onion Soup
Spinach and Leek White Bean Soup (Haven't made this one yet)

I do make changes on some of these. I'm "samlg" on Allrecipes.

I'll post more in a few minutes.



Sam



I live to die another day...until I fade away. Until the End

~Lauren~
Original Pea #1803

PeaNut 246,606
January 2006
Posts: 30,163
Layouts: 16
Loc: right here...even if some don't like it. ;)

Posted: 10/8/2008 8:25:30 PM
Thanks Sam. I love Italian Wedding Soup. I'll be trying that one.





Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian - Henry Ford

*Starla*
One eXcellent PEA

PeaNut 9,058
January 2001
Posts: 12,047
Layouts: 98
Loc: Back in the land of OZ

Posted: 10/8/2008 8:27:58 PM
Thanks for posting, Lauren (and others ) It is getting fall like here so time for soup!

I will be trying these for sure.

Starla


Proud Army Wife of 20 years! Mom to FIVE eXcellent kids: DeXter, BraXton, MaXlin, JaXson and NiXon!

Miss M!
Peacrastinator

PeaNut 81,915
April 2003
Posts: 8,316
Layouts: 201
Loc: Chandler, AZ

Posted: 10/8/2008 8:34:13 PM
So many good sounding recipes here!

I made the Sausage Soup that the OP posted before. I used mini farfalle instead of the orzo though because I had it (trying to clean out the pantry a bit) and also added some corn and green beans because I need to eat more veggies. It is SO flipping GOOD!!!



Click to read my blog.

Just going to church doesn't make you a Christian any more than standing in your garage makes you a car.

Chopped Liver *U*
Running from the drama llama

PeaNut 43,514
July 2002
Posts: 51,685
Layouts: 42
Loc: South Jersey

Posted: 10/8/2008 8:35:46 PM
You're welcome. Here's some more. I'm going through my Allrecipes recipe box now.

Leek Potato Cheddar Mushroom Soup

Spiced Butternut Squash Soup

Tomatillo Soup (Going to try this one next week)

Italian Sausage Soup (Another one in my box that I haven't tried yet)

Slow Cooker Black Bean Soup

And here's my super easy soup recipe...

Chicken Tortilla Soup


Sam



I live to die another day...until I fade away. Until the End

Brandy327
WWP

PeaNut 122,227
January 2004
Posts: 8,823
Layouts: 114
Loc: Nowhere, USA

Posted: 10/8/2008 8:36:53 PM
Ooooh I love soups! Thanks for all the great recipes!! Here's my contribution. I wasn't sure how it would be with all the canned stuff as well but it's awesome and SO quick and easy!

Corn Chowder

1/2 lb. Bacon, diced
1 onion, chopped (about 1/2 cup)
1/2 cup celery, chopped
2 Tbl flour
4 cups milk
1 can cream style corn
1 can regurlar corn
1 can diced potatoes
salt and pepper to taste

In a large saucepan fry up bacon, remove and drain.
Save 3 Tbl of drippings. Add onion and celery. Cook
until onion is tender. Remove from heat. Blend in flour.
Cook over low heat, stirring until mixture is bubbly.
Stir in milk and heat to boiling. Boil and stir for 1 minute.
Stir in corn, potatoes, and bacon. Add salt and pepper.


On occasion to make it a bit richer, I use 2 cups heavy cream and 2 cups of milk. SUPER yummy!!





Chopped Liver *U*
Running from the drama llama

PeaNut 43,514
July 2002
Posts: 51,685
Layouts: 42
Loc: South Jersey

Posted: 10/8/2008 8:51:12 PM
And in case I haven't convinced you that I love soup, I also LOVE this magazine...

Taste of Home Heartwarming Soups
It's out of print now, but there is this version...


Taste of Home Heartwarming Soups


Sam



I live to die another day...until I fade away. Until the End

Trixie Bender
Everyone is someone else's weirdo

PeaNut 385,920
August 2008
Posts: 9,116
Layouts: 0
Loc: Perpetually behind the eight ball

Posted: 10/8/2008 9:10:01 PM
Nope, Sam, I'm not convinced yet! I'm gonna need some more recipes from you!

AKathy
Peaing From Podunk

PeaNut 45,443
August 2002
Posts: 16,183
Layouts: 93
Loc: North Dakota

Posted: 10/8/2008 9:14:23 PM
I've posted this one before but it's one of our favorites.

Italian Pasta Soup
1-1/2 pounds hot Italian sausage
1 medium onion, chopped
1 green pepper, cut in strips
1 clove garlic, minced
28 oz. can diced tomatoes
2 cups uncooked bow tie pasta
6 cupa water
1 tablespoon sugar
1 tablespoon worchestershire sauce
2 chicken bouillon cubes
1 teaspoon basil
1 teaspoon thyme
1 teaspoon salt.

*Remove casings from sausage. Cut into 1 inch pieces. Brown in dutch oven. Remove sausage from pan and all but 2 tablespoons drippings. Saute onions, peppers and garlic until tender. Add sausage and remaining ingredients. Simmer uncovered about 15-20 minutes or until pasta is tender.


***************************************


Mother Goose's Meandering Mind



Chopped Liver *U*
Running from the drama llama

PeaNut 43,514
July 2002
Posts: 51,685
Layouts: 42
Loc: South Jersey

Posted: 10/8/2008 9:16:55 PM
Okay, okay.

I've posted this one 1000 times though. It's my adaptation of Stinky Rose's recipe.


Tortellini Soup

Ingredients:
• 1lb Italian Sausage (casings removed) or Jimmy Dean
• 1 can (14 1/2oz) Diced Tomatoes with Garlic & Oil
• 1 pkg (9oz) fresh or frozen tortellini
• 2 ½ cups beef broth
• 1 16oz can V-8 Juice
• 2 cups water
• 1 ½ tsp dried oregano
• 2 TBSP fresh basil
• ¼ tsp hot pepper flakes
• 3 cloves garlic
• 1 small onion chopped
• 2 cups mixed zucchini, squash and carrots chopped
• 1 can cannellini or pinto beans
• Fresh grated asiago cheese (any hard cheese will do)
Cook sausage with onion and garlic. Drain sausage. Put remaining ingredients except tortellini & cheese in crock pot. Cook on low 4-5 hours. Turn crock pot to high. Add tortellini. Continue cooking until tortellini is tender. Serve with a sprinkling of cheese.
**If freezing, do not add tortellini or cheese.




This recipe is good too. I have only made it once. I can't remember where I got it from.


Italian Meatball Soup

1 lb meatballs, partially cooked in oven, about 1 inch in diameter
2 15 oz cans Italian stewed tomatoes, cut up, undrained
3 8 oz cans Italian tomato sauce
1 T sugar (optional to cut the acidity)
4 cups beef bouillon
1/2 cup shell pasta, uncooked
1/2 med. onion chopped
3 small zucchini, med. chopped
pepper to taste

Saute onion and zucchini until soft in a large dutch oven. Add the tomatoes, tomato sauce, bouillon, shell pasta and cook about 8 mins. I drained the meatballs then added to the pot and cooked about 15 mins more.

This was a really good soup and I think it will be even better tomorrow or frozen for another time.



Sam



I live to die another day...until I fade away. Until the End

Trixie Bender
Everyone is someone else's weirdo

PeaNut 385,920
August 2008
Posts: 9,116
Layouts: 0
Loc: Perpetually behind the eight ball

Posted: 10/8/2008 9:21:35 PM
Thanks! Feel free to keep them coming though.

One can never have enough recipes.

Chopped Liver *U*
Running from the drama llama

PeaNut 43,514
July 2002
Posts: 51,685
Layouts: 42
Loc: South Jersey

Posted: 10/8/2008 9:23:15 PM
I think that's all I have left on the interwebs and my computer. All the rest I get from books.


Sam



I live to die another day...until I fade away. Until the End

Trixiegal
AncestralPea

PeaNut 138,476
March 2004
Posts: 4,926
Layouts: 7
Loc: I'm out wandering around...

Posted: 10/8/2008 9:25:03 PM
Not my recipe, but it is SO good - truly like lasagna in a bowl, in quick time!

Lasagna Soup:
Ingredients:

* 1 pound bulk Italian sausage
* 2 cups chopped onions
* 2 cups sliced mushrooms (fresh)
* 2 tablespoons minced garlic
* 4 cups chicken broth
* 1 can (15 oz size) Italian style tomatoes
* 1 can (15 oz size) tomato sauce
* 2 cups fresh chopped spinach
* 1 cup shredded mozzarella cheese
* 1/4 cup parmesan cheese
* 4 teaspoons thinly sliced fresh basil
* 1 cup mafalda pasta (or other pasta)

Directions:

Brown your meat. Add in onions and garlic. Then add in broth, tomatoes, sauce. Get the soup boiling. Add in the pasta. Cook until barely al dente. Add in cheeses and chopped spinach. Turn off stove. Pasta will finish cooking as it cools. This tastes like lasagna in a bowl! Serve with crusty garlic bread.

Trixiegal
AncestralPea

PeaNut 138,476
March 2004
Posts: 4,926
Layouts: 7
Loc: I'm out wandering around...

Posted: 10/8/2008 9:30:23 PM
My other favorite is Olive Garden's Zuppa Toscana soup, found here!

I can't make it often though - it is way high in fat and cals, but I LOVe it!

scrappinbetty
Kindness & Compassion - Free to Give, So Valuable

PeaNut 61,111
January 2003
Posts: 13,624
Layouts: 18
Loc: Texas y'all

Posted: 10/8/2008 9:41:43 PM
Lauren, I would love to get your sausage soup recipe. DH would love to try something like that!


Steph
Scrappinbetty

My Blog:
PaperCraftersCorner

Twitter:
@papercrafters


angelag
the most ransorish pea evah

PeaNut 91,412
June 2003
Posts: 20,628
Layouts: 120
Loc: Milwaukee!!

Posted: 10/8/2008 9:54:03 PM
I have made that slow cooker black bean soup and it is really good.

I have vegetable soup in my crock pot right now for tomorrow. I used mostly frozen veggies (the mixed kind were on sale).

I love this one white bean chili but I make it with diced chicken breast to cut the fat.

I made taco soup last week, and the week before Caldo de Cameron (some odd concoction I made up to taste like my favorite Mexican restaurant's shrimp soup...it had avocados, I was shocked that it turned out ok.)





Danielle in NC
UNC Pea - GO HEELS!!!

PeaNut 31,919
March 2002
Posts: 8,596
Layouts: 1
Loc: North Carolina

Posted: 10/8/2008 10:23:10 PM
Thank you so much - soup is about the only real person food my son will eat!


Danielle





aerobigirl
Insert witty title here

PeaNut 8,771
December 2000
Posts: 9,157
Layouts: 785
Loc: Portland, OR

Posted: 10/9/2008 2:55:22 PM
Wow, you guys are all making me hungry, LOL! The beef vegetable soup sounds super-easy and good. I might have to try that one over the weekend.

I do a lot of soups with my Vitamix, since they're fast and I can sneak all sorts of proteins into the soup without DS ever knowing...

Here's a family favorite that originated in the cookbook that comes with the blender but adapted quite a bit by me. I usually double this for four people. The Vitamix blade goes so fast that its friction will boil water, but I think that this recipe would do fine in a regular blender since the chicken is already cooked and the veggies are steamed. Total time from start to finish = 10 minutes.

Broccoli Cheese soup

1 C milk
1/2 C or 60g cheddar cheese, cut into 1-inch or smaller cubes
1 C broccoli
1/2 small onion
1 baking potato, washed, skin on
1 chicken bouillon cube
1 cooked chicken breast (for speed, I use a breast from a rotisserie chicken that I almost always have in the fridge for quick cooking)
Salt and pepper to taste

Cut potato in quarters, add 2-3 T water and cook on high in a loose-lidded container in the microwave 3 minutes.
Add the broccoli (and optionally the onion) and steam for another 4-5 minutes until broccoli is tender but not over-done.

While the potatoes/broccoli are steaming, put the milk, cheese, onion (if you're leaving it raw) , bouillon cube and 1/2 of the chicken in the blender and blend on high until liquified.

When the potato and broccoli are done, put half of them in the blender and blend on high until liquified.

For the last two steps, cut the remaining chicken, potato and brocoli into one-inch cubes. Put into blender with the soup and pulse about 5 times. Soup will have small chunks/bites of chicken & veggies. If you want it less chunky, pulse more.


Nancy

Morellis Cupcake
He who laughs last didn't get it

PeaNut 87,510
May 2003
Posts: 12,422
Layouts: 1
Loc: Charlotte, NC

Posted: 10/9/2008 3:46:16 PM
I have nothing to add.. just saying hi so I can find this thread later and copy some of these great recipes.

Lauren ~ your sausage soup was a big hit at my house too!! Even the kids loved it, which is saying something. Little foccacia bread on the side and we have a new favorite!!


~~Karin



themainpea
StuckOnPeas

PeaNut 101,954
August 2003
Posts: 2,652
Layouts: 51
Loc: BC

Posted: 10/9/2008 4:15:10 PM
Wow thanks for this post!
I got inspired and made this recipe baked potato soup

except I took the previous posters idea and just used hashbrowns and I didn't put in the hot sauce.
It is delicious! My son who has been home sick the past two days and hasn't eaten enough to keep a flea alive is on his second bowl so it is nine year old approved.
It was super fast and easy, we'll be having it with baking powder biscuits for dinner tonight since we all have to be at music lessons by 6 pm.
Heather



KelleeL
Eye pea ;)

PeaNut 29,130
February 2002
Posts: 6,029
Layouts: 67
Loc: 01826

Posted: 10/9/2008 4:44:01 PM
Marking my spot here as well. And Lauren, your sausage soup was a hit here as well!

xboxwidow
Ancient Ancestor of Pea

PeaNut 274,788
August 2006
Posts: 5,135
Layouts: 0

Posted: 10/9/2008 5:29:48 PM
I make this in the crockpot during the winter. I have a habit of burning cream soups so I use the crockpot. You can do it on the stove if you are better at watching your soups than I am.

Creamy Chicken Vegetable
1 large can of cream of chicken soup (family size)
1 soup can of milk
2 cups of frozen mixed veggies
4 c. diced chicken
3 T. chicken boullion

Warm all until hot (this is where the crockpot is helpful). Add 2 cups of cooked noodles (rotini are my usual choice) right before serving. Very easy and good.

DEX
PeaAddict

PeaNut 365,020
March 2008
Posts: 1,502
Layouts: 4

Posted: 10/9/2008 5:35:37 PM
He He. Lauren is now the official 2 Peas "Soup Nazi....err...Lady"

I crack myself up.

aerobigirl
Insert witty title here

PeaNut 8,771
December 2000
Posts: 9,157
Layouts: 785
Loc: Portland, OR

Posted: 10/10/2008 11:08:04 PM
Today, I tried the beef/veggie soup recipe in Lauren's original post and it was a big hit in our house. I tweaked it just a little to add a few veggies I had in the fridge and needed to use up.

Thanks for your post, Lauren! I've bookmarked this thread because there are a bunch of other yummy ideas I need to try.


Nancy

ilovepaper
AncestralPea

PeaNut 48,645
September 2002
Posts: 4,580
Layouts: 151
Loc: Second star to the right, then straight on till morning....

Posted: 10/12/2008 2:50:55 PM
BTT-ing this because I tried LauraLou-Pea's Tortilla soup and it is fabulous! Very easy to put together and yummy.


Andrea

NYRican71
Ancient Ancestor of Pea

PeaNut 62,328
January 2003
Posts: 8,393
Layouts: 0
Loc: Viva Las Vegas!

Posted: 10/12/2008 6:48:26 PM
I love soup!

I need to try some of these yummy reciPEAs!



My sweet baby boy 4 days old

NYRican71
Ancient Ancestor of Pea

PeaNut 62,328
January 2003
Posts: 8,393
Layouts: 0
Loc: Viva Las Vegas!

Posted: 10/12/2008 6:48:29 PM
I love soup!

I need to try some of these yummy reciPEAs!



My sweet baby boy 4 days old

MellyW
Ancient Ancestor of Pea

PeaNut 181,911
December 2004
Posts: 5,493
Layouts: 0
Loc: LaLaLand

Posted: 10/12/2008 7:04:13 PM

Posting so I can find this again. Thanks everyone, for sharing.

~Lauren~
Original Pea #1803

PeaNut 246,606
January 2006
Posts: 30,163
Layouts: 16
Loc: right here...even if some don't like it. ;)

Posted: 10/12/2008 7:06:14 PM

Lauren is now the official 2 Peas "Soup Nazi....err...Lady"



I can live with that moniker.





Any man who thinks he can be happy and prosperous by letting the government take care of him better take a closer look at the American Indian - Henry Ford

Mes Trois Meows
Pourrai-je jamais ĂȘtre heureux?

PeaNut 269,796
July 2006
Posts: 6,538
Layouts: 0
Loc: The Pea-cific Northwest

Posted: 12/14/2008 11:49:48 AM
Btt'ing to share these great recipes - Thank you Lauren for starting this thread!


Kirsten =^..^= =^..^= =^..^= =^..^= Yes, we have 4 now : )




***Check out my Two Peas Blog Link for links to recipe, organizing and other helpful threads from peas....

janniepea
PeaFixture

PeaNut 129,876
February 2004
Posts: 3,192
Layouts: 0
Loc: right here!

Posted: 12/14/2008 12:11:39 PM
Thanks for sharing these, we are huge fans of soup in this house. Marking my spot

PrincessRyan
PeaNut

PeaNut 356,706
January 2008
Posts: 245
Layouts: 12
Loc: Boston

Posted: 12/14/2008 12:33:13 PM
Posting so I can find again too! Can't wait to try many of your yummy recipes


Princess Ryan
www.vodkasoup.com

PrincessRyan
PeaNut

PeaNut 356,706
January 2008
Posts: 245
Layouts: 12
Loc: Boston

Posted: 12/14/2008 12:33:27 PM
Posting so I can find again too! Can't wait to try many of your yummy recipes


Princess Ryan
www.vodkasoup.com

stace3
nothing to see here

PeaNut 60,064
January 2003
Posts: 10,900
Layouts: 71
Loc: Ontario

Posted: 12/14/2008 7:59:48 PM
We had this again this past week. We love it! It's quickly become a favourite.

purpledaisy
Calm

PeaNut 116,261
November 2003
Posts: 25,793
Layouts: 102

Posted: 12/14/2008 8:18:33 PM
These all sound good. I'm trying to make more soups this winter.


Becca

May we be consumed with the Creator of all things rather than with things created.

6 rings - no cheating! Go STEELERS!

Holding a grudge is letting someone live rent-free in your head.

D3inKs
PeaFixture

PeaNut 33,354
March 2002
Posts: 3,602
Layouts: 18

Posted: 12/14/2008 8:59:08 PM
This is a WW recipe but it's just about my favorite soup ever.

Hamburger Vegetable Soup

1 lb lean ground beef
1 medium onion
2 garlic cloves
4 cups V-8 juice
1 can (14 1/2 oz) Stewed tomatoes
2 cups coleslaw mix (cabbage and carrots)
2 cups frozen green beans
2 cups frozen corn
2 Tabls. Worcestershire sauce
1 tsp. dried basil
1/2 t. salt
1/4 t. pepper

In a saucepan, cook beef, onion and garlic over medium heat until meat is no longer pink; drain. In a slow cooker, combine the remaining ingredients. Stir in beef mixture. Cover and cook on low for 8-9 hours or until vegetables are tender.

NOTE: In my crock pot, 8-9 hours is way too long. So adjust to your crock pot. I cooked mine for about 5 hours on low. This also freezes very well.

Makes 10 1 cup servings. WW points= 3 per serving



------------------------------------------------------

Daphne

Life is short! Break the rules! Forgive quickly! Kiss slowly!
Love truly, Laugh uncontrollably..
And never regret anything that made you smile.

sok021376
PeaWee

PeaNut 63,004
January 2003
Posts: 9
Layouts: 0

Posted: 12/15/2008 7:21:34 AM
Thanks for sharing! They all sound great!

Anna in TX
StuckOnPeas

PeaNut 23,002
October 2001
Posts: 2,305
Layouts: 11
Loc: TX

Posted: 12/15/2008 7:37:31 AM
Thank you all so much for sharing! I see soup in our future this week...



raysoflight
PeaFixture

PeaNut 44,339
August 2002
Posts: 3,977
Layouts: 0
Loc: SE Michigan

Posted: 12/15/2008 7:37:56 AM
Lauren, or any one else that has tried Lauren's recipe, how is the meat in this recipe? Is it tough and chewy and very tender? I am really picky about how stew meat turns out when cooked.
1 2 3 >
Post Reply . Post New TopicShow/Hide Icons . Show/Hide Signatures
Hide
{{ title }}
{{ icon }}
{{ body }}
{{ footer }}