Navy Bean Soup
With or without ham, navy bean soup is a hands-down favorite when the weather turns cold. From crockpot navy bean soup to navy bean soup and ham, these easy recipes will fill you up with flavor.See Popular Navy Bean Soup Recipes
Count on leftover ham for this hearty yet low-calorie soup. Buy bagged spinach to cut down on prep time.
Comfort food! Ham and bean soup takes on a new look with the colorful addition of parsnips, carrots, and spinach.
Turn to the pantry for a hearty and comforting soup packed with beans, vegetables, and spices.
This is my variation on a classic Italian soup that traditionally has more escarole and beans than broth. Escarole is one of the easiest greens to prepare since you don't need to stem it; just slice the whole head across into ribbons before washing.
This easy soup is ready to serve in 30 minutes. It's thickened with mashed navy beans.
Finish dinner on the double with this easy recipe that starts with purchased diced potatoes. Swiss cheese and Italian spice add complementary but zesty flavor to this hearty meal.
Like poor people everywhere, mountain people in the South thrived for centuries on food that was indigenous, inexpensive and healthful. These days "soup beans" speak instant comfort to anyone who had familial connections from Appalachia, where every garden produced shelling beans that could be eaten fresh or grown to maturity for dry beans. Serve this thick, stewlike soup with cornbread, pickle relish and diced sweet onion.
Learn how to make bean soup, and you'll always be able to whip up a hearty, nutritious, and inexpensive meal any night of the week.
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Learn how to make bean soup, and you'll always have a hearty, nutritious, and inexpensive meal, any night of the week.
Canned beans, such as kidney, garbanzo, or cannellini, can be the basis for countless inexpensive meals. Of course, cooking dried beans from scratch is even cheaper and gives you better texture, flavor, and less sodium. But if you're a last-minute cook like me, even the quick-soak method takes more time than I often have to get dinner on the table.
Healthy, comforting, and quick, this white bean soup has it all. Make a double batch and enjoy some for dinner tonight and lunches throughout the week.