|by Linda Fraser|
The appeal of beans and other dried legumes lies partly in their ability to keep well for long periods of time.
1 - 10 of 47 for old fashion bean soup
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Sort beans and wash thoroughly; ... If too thick, more water may be added. Cover and simmer for 1 hour. Stir in milk; heat thoroughly. Yield: 12 servings.
Soak beans in water to ... pieces; return pieces to kettle along with parsley and ham cubes. Reheat slowly until thoroughly hot. Makes about 12 servings.
Wash dry beans in lukewarm water. ... carrot, celery, onion, tomatoes, sugar, salt and pepper. Cook until beans are tender. Cooking time, about 3 hours.
Soak beans overnight. Cook until ... 2 hours. Add ham and vegetables. Cook until tender for another half hour, be sure to keep plenty of water on beans.
Soak beans in water overnight. ... slow cooker. Cover and cook 8 to 9 hours. Remove bone. Cut meat into bite size pieces and return to soup and stir well.
Wash beans add 6 cups ... ingredients and simmer until potatoes are tender about 20 minutes. Makes about 10 servings. Serve with cole slaw and corn bread.
In large soup pot combine beans and 2 1/2 ... meat and return to soup. Discard fat and bones. Season to taste with black pepper. Makes 6 hearty servings.
Wash beans. Soak in ... bacon or ham, cut in pieces. Add potatoes, peeled and sliced. Add carrots, onion and seasoning. Cook. Flavor improves with reheating.
In large soup kettle over high heat, bring water and beans to boil; cook ... hour or until vegetables are tender. Taste and add salt and pepper as desired.
Soak beans overnight. Refresh with ... continue to cook soup, covered, for ... Total cooking time should be about 4 hours. Makes about a gallon of soup.
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