Recipe: Bean Soup

by Shelbi on January 13th, 2008

Bean Soup
Everyone in the house has been ill lately, and there’s nothing like soup to make it all better. This was a fun recipe to create.. it somehow reminded me of questing for a rare bean.. but trust me, it doesn’t taste anything like dung. Additionally, I think a ham hock would also work nicely with this recipe.

4 cans (15 oz ea) of black beans (drained and rinsed)
1 lb of ham
1 carrot (shredded)
1 celery stalk (chopped)
1/2 onion (chopped)
4 cloves of garlic (finely chopped)
1 teaspoon of cumin powder
1 teaspoon of oregano
1/2 teaspoon of chili powder
2 teaspoons of black pepper
2 teaspoons of salt
2 chicken bouillon cubes
1/2 cup of white rice
4 cups of water

Set your crockpot on high. Add the water and dissolve the bouillon cubes while you’re chopping your veggies. Mix in all ingredients EXCEPT 2 cans of black beans. Cook for 1.5 hours (but do not turn your crockpot off). Puree the remaining black beans with a few ounces of water and pour into the crockpot. Cook an additional 30 minutes on high. Set to low until you’re ready to serve.

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  1. I think I have something like this before….

    Question, what is the program that views any of your pictures in the seperate box over layed on the site?

  2. This looks delicious!

    I would like to know the same thing Brotik asked lol. I have seen it several times and have been interested.

  3. More importantly than that, I am hungry now. I wish I had someplace I could order this from, delivery. At midnight.

  4. Thank you! It’s a script called Lightbox. Awesome and really easy to use.

  5. Taylor M permalink

    What is this taste?

    i actually hate eating bean except one bean with which i eat KFC chiken.

    but this one is interesting lol

    i will try hard to cook this food and wirte my opinion to eat down this board.

  6. Oxygen permalink

    Delicious! Great chili/ soup.

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