|by Linda Fraser|
The appeal of beans and other dried legumes lies partly in their ability to keep well for long periods of time.
Tip: Try bean shrimp soup for more results.
1 - 6 of 6 for black bean shrimp soup
Using a large soup pot, combine the ... clean and peel shrimp and 1/2 bottle ... soup pot. Add beans to soup pot. ... low heat, stirring every 15 minutes.
Beat eggs until ... teaspoon salt and soup stock (or cold ... fry crab (or shrimp), ham (or pork), mushrooms, bean sprouts (or bamboo ... with 1 tablespoon cornstarch.)
1. Beat eggs ... teaspoon salt and soup stock (or cold ... fry crab (or shrimp) ham (or pork), mushrooms, bean sprouts (or bamboo ... to plate and serve.
1. Take out ... taste. 4. Add soup stock and bring ... first. 10. Chinese black beans are salty, so ... serving. 13. Add shrimp instead of lobster ... add shrimp and lobster!
Cook pasta and ... artichokes or green beans on bottom of ... cream of mushroom soup over mixture and ... for 30-45 minutes and serve. Great the next day.
NOTE: This stew ... freezing until needed. Shrimp shells may be ... clam or fish soup base. In a ... Bay Seasoning and black pepper, cook for ... Recipe may be doubled.
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