Speeding up traditional past and bean soups, canned beans and store-bought broth result in dull, bland, watery, or greasy soups. We wanted an easy soup that tasted just as good as traditional recipes.
This recipe is the perfect example of making something from almost nothing, but we wanted a heartier version with serious chunks of ham-something we could serve as a main course for dinner.
Most beef barley soups from the slow cooker are thin, bland, and vegetal. We set out to create a soup in which the star ingredients-beef and barley-shine through.
Tender meatballs, pasta, and greens are a great match-but we wanted to streamline this recipe to avoid most of the usual kitchen work.
Forget about canned soup. Homemade soup tastes better than anything out there, and with our recipe, it's dinner in 30 minutes.
This inventive recipe combines traditional chicken soup with jambalaya, a New Orleans favorite.