It’s time for another “Soup”er Sunday recipe.
There is nothing like comfort food on a really cold day. I recently made a sausage and bean soup. This really isn’t homemade soup as most of the ingredients come right from the can and just get all mixed in and cooked together. But sometimes you just need a quick hearty meal to make.
Serve with nice crusty bread for a tasty dinner.
- -1 lb. of sausage (you can use whatever type you like depending on how spicy you like your soup)
-half cup of chopped celery
-quarter cup of chopped onion
-mushrooms, the recipe calls for a can of mushrooms but I prefer to use fresh
-two cans of baked beans
-1 can of kidney beans
-one large can of chopped tomatoes
-two cups of tomato juice
-1 tsp chili powder
-half tsp basil
-half tsp pepper
-1 clove of garlic
Brown sausage and drain. Cut into small pieces.
Saute onions, then add celery, mushrooms.
Add seasonings if you wish to add them. Mix well for about 3 minutes.
Stir in baked beans, drained kidney beans, can of tomatoes and tomato juice.
Simmer for 1 hour.
Makes about 6 servings.
Here is a printable recipe.
This is a nice thick, hearty soup perfect for those cold days. This is also a great soup to freeze for a later date.
Have you enjoyed a delicious bowl of soup lately?
Some other ‘soup’er Sunday recipes to warm you up.