|by Pepita Aris|
Opening with an informative introduction, Pepita describes the country's food and cooking styles.
1 - 10 of 39 for french market soup
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Combine all beans. ... following recipe for French Market Soup. Yield: 14 ... Remove meat from bone, chop meat, and return to soup. Yield: 2 1/2 quarts.
Sort and wash ... and return to soup. Yield: 2 ... may be used. FRENCH MARKET SOUP MIX: Is ... large limas, black beans, red beans, soy beans, barley pearls.
Sort and wash 2 cups French Market soup mix and place ... pieces. Return meat to soup. Yield is about 2 1/2 quarts delicious soup. Serve with French bread.
In Dutch oven, place 2 cups soup mix; cover with ... minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove meat from bone; chop and return to soup. Yield: 2 1/2 quarts.
Divide into fourteen ... minutes, stirring occasionally. Remove ham hock from soup, remove meat from bone, chop meat and return to soup. Yield 2 1/2 quarts.
Wash beans and ... and return to soup pot. You can ... Garni, pieces of steamed smoked sausage or 1/2 c. red wine or all three! This soup improves with age!
(All dried beans.) Combine all the beans in a very large bowl. Mix well. Divide into 2 cup gift packages. (Fine for Christmas gifts.)
Combine all beans. Divide into 14 (2 cup) packages for gift giving or storage.
Soup mix - 8 ... pot). Soak beans overnight. Simmer 1 hour with ham hock. Add remaining ingredients. Simmer several hours more, until beans are very tender.
Rinse and drain bean mixture; cover with water and soak overnight. Cook in same (soaking) water with ham hocks and onions (adding water as needed) ...
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