Leftovers have to be the best thing about baking a delicious ham, because now you can make a savoury soup! Ham and Bean soup is awesome for lunch, yet so hearty if makes a great dish for dinner.
"I make this hearty soup using the ham bone from our Easter spiral ham. I serve it with corn muffins and fresh fruit. It makes a huge pot of soup, so invite some friends or just freeze several portions for later use. Remember to soak the beans the night before you make the soup."
This is the BEST Ham & Bean Soup I've ever had. It's thick, hearty, & insanely delicious. Plus, it also freezes beautifully! One dish every will love!
A classic from my childhood, this Easy Bean and Ham Soup is a nourishing and satisfying supper that’s full of flavor! Smoky and rich, the homemade soup comes together quickly on the stovetop, but can also be prepared in the slow cooker. Just get it simmering and your work is done! I have vivid ...
If you’ve had ham and bean soup before, then you know just how good it is! And, the best thing about soup is it’s even better the next day! We gave some to my sister, Darlene’s family and they loved it! If you’ve never had ham and bean soup before, start right here with this recipe. I promise, it’s a keeper!
For best results, choose a large, meaty ham bone. Near the end of cooking when the soup is done and the bone is cool enough to handle, remove any meat, shred it, and add it back to the soup. Ham bones freeze well, so save them in freezer bags throughout the year so you’ll have them on hand when you have a craving for soup.
How to Make Navy Bean N Ham Soup . Step-by-Step . Rinse beans, picking out any bad ones. Cover with water so there is a couple of inches of water over the top of the beans; soak overnight. Drain and add 2 1/2 cups chicken stock and 2 1/2 cups water (enough to cover beans) in a large soup pot. Bring to quick boil over high heat. ...
Lima's are one of my favorite beans. Might be because my Gram would always make a big pot with ham, and she always served them with yummy fried potatoes in an iron skillet...this is one of my favorite things to eat on a cold winters eve..
I have a smoked pork "butt" bone and chunks I froze for "ham" and bean soup. I remember with fondness my mom's ham & bean soup, and I set out to find a recipe. I love that your recipe uses the pork stock, not added chicken stock. I'll let you know how it turns out with a smokier flavor. :) Reply Delete
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