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Thread: Hearty Meatball Bean Soup

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    Senior Member Sassylass's Avatar
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    Meatballs
    1 1/2 lb of hamburg
    1 tsp of salt.
    1/4 cup of grated onion
    1/4 cup of bread crumbs
    1 egg lightly beaten
    1/4 cup of tomato juice
    1/4 tsp of pepper, marjoram,sweet basin and garlic powder
    Combine all ingredients into bite size meatballs.
    Brown meatballs but do not over cook.

    Soup
    1 cup of dried white beans
    5 cups of water
    1 tsp of salt
    1 clove of garlic finely chopped.
    1/2 cup each of diced celery,carrots,cabbage and turnip.( I never measure I just throw in what I like)
    2 medium onions chopped
    4 cups of beef broth
    1 28 oz can of tomatoes
    1 cup of broken spaghetti or shells or macaroni

    Bring beans and water in a large pot to a boil ,boil 2 min and remove from heat.Let stand covered for 1 hour.
    Stir fry vegetables in drippings from meatballs 5- 10 min.
    Now add this to the beans along with broth and tomatoes.
    Cover and simmer 1 hour stirring occasionally. Add spaghetti and meatballs to the soup and simmer another 30 min.
    Makes 10 servings.

    Now I have been in a hurry and just fried up the hamburg and put the chopped veretables in with the bean after the beans stood for 1 hour and just let it cook and it turned out fine.

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    Looks yummy!

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    Thank you , it is a good soup...you can freeze leftovers too if you wish. I never measure the vegetables as I like a thick soup.Just serve with crusty buns and your good to go. :)

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    It looks good and perfect for Autumn.

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    Thanks for posting this recipe., I have decided to make a QB cook book from quilters here. Looks like quilters here are great cooks as well.

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    [quote=debbieumphress]Thanks for posting this recipe., I have decided to make a QB cook book from quilters here. Looks like quilters here are great cooks as well.[/quote

    Your welcome, quilters do eat and when they do they like good food!

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    Sounds yummy.

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    mmmmmmmmmmmmmmm.. sounds delicious!

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    Thanks, I bookmarked it. It will be in the 90's today and I am so wanting autumn weather.

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    Thank you. I am going to try this one. Looks terrific for wintery meals. :-D

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