How to Make Appetizing Living on a budget ham soup
Living on a budget ham soup. Remove the ham hocks, pick any meat off of the bone and then stir it back into the soup. Give it a good taste and adjust the seasoning with whatever you want. Cooking on a budget doesn't mean you have to sacrifice flavor or nutrition.
If so, please let us know. Got a ham bone on leftover from the holidays? Put it to good use in this comforting slow-cooker soup. You can cook Living on a budget ham soup using 5 ingredients and 4 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Living on a budget ham soup
- You need 1 of ham bone with ham.
- It’s of Any kind of bean – I used kidney, black & garbanzo.
- It’s of Salt.
- You need of Pepper.
- It’s 2 pkg. of Chicken seasoning or bullion cubes.
Made with a ham bone, dried white. A very frugal yet satisfying soup that makes the most of leftover bones (keep your Christmas ham bone!) Cook in the slow cooker for an easy meal. Live Well and Thrive on a Budget. Lentil Soup with Ham ~ another favorite soup from my childhood.
Living on a budget ham soup instructions
- Cover ham bone with water & let cook for 1 hour.
- After ham is done, cool before pulling ham off bone and placing back in water. (You can save bone & scraps for pea soup).
- Rince the beans & add to pot. Add chicken seasoning too. Continue cooking to soften beans – I cooked 1 hour..
- Add salt & pepper or any herb/spice you desire to taste.
It has such great taste – starts with a ham bone and it truly is so, so good. I have a couple of ingredients many probably don't put in this soup. Cooking on a budget is very important to many families in today's economic climate. Deliciously creamy Ham and Potato Soup is easy to make and perfect to use up any leftovers! Picky eaters will ask for seconds.