Bean soup recipes are a tasty source of fiber and vegetable protein. Pinto, kidney, great northern, black, split peas, lentils, and all the others make delicious soups. Use canned or dry, one kind, or mixed beans in these recipes.
Corned Beef and Cabbage Soup A quick and easy corned beef soup recipe that doesn't take all day to fix. It is good and good for you. The canned limas give it a healthy protein and fiber boost.
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Split Pea and Ground Beef Soup This split pea soup is different because it has ground beef and macaroni in it. It can be hard to find a split pea recipe that doesn't have ham or bacon in it. So if you don't eat pork, this Split Pea and Ground Beef Soup is for you.
Quick and Easy Minestrone Soup I like this Quick and Easy Minestrone soup because it doesn't have a lot of vegetables in it. Just tomatoes and zucchini that I always have a lot of in my garden and don't know what else to do with. This is a good way to use them up.
Quick Curried Tomato and White Bean Soup Quick Curried Tomato and White Bean Soup is a vegetarian meal the whole family can enjoy. It is ready in about 20 minutes. The spices smell wonderful as they are sauteing.
Ham Hocks and Bean Soup This is a really cheap way to make ham and bean soup. We are trying to save money in this economy and this soup makes a thrifty dinner. All you need to serve with it is bread.
Black Bean Salsa Soup Recipe Black Bean Salsa Soup is both vegetarian and high in protein. Make it mild to extra hot, as you prefer. It goes together quickly and doesn’t need to simmer all day.
White Bean Turkey Chili Recipe Tired of turkey sandwiches? Put that leftover Thanksgiving turkey to use in this flavorful White Bean Turkey Chili. White Great Northern beans keep it light.
Ham and Lentil Soup Ham and Lentil Soup is an easy recipe to prepare. Let it slowly simmer and enjoy with crusty bread. Lentils are small, dried legumes that look similar to split peas. They add excellent protein.
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Frankenstein Stew Kids love Frankenstein Stew because it has hotdogs in it. It's a good way to get them to eat vegetables. Serve it at Halloween, of course. Call it Frank Stew and you can serve it anytime!
Carroll Shelby's Chili Recipe I don't know who Carroll Shelby is, but this is a variation of Carroll Shelby chili. The original recipe that I saw for it said to let it simmer for three hours. I don't have the patience for that, so shortened the times. Try it and tell me what you think.
No Onion Chili If you or your kids don't like onions, then this is the chili recipe for you. Or if onions don't like you, then this would be a good one for you, too.
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