This Crockpot Ham & White Bean Soup is an easier, set it and forget it variation of the classic. It’s super simple with a very short ingredient list, which can make it quite a delightful surprise when you first dig in and discover just how incredibly flavorful it is.
Crock Pot Ham Bone and Beans from Food.com: Many variations to Ham Bone (or Hocks) and beans but this is pretty much how I remember it from my childhood. I find by not soaking the beans they have better texture and flavor.I use Great Northern Beans as my favorite choice of bean for this recipe. I have used 15 bean mix with good results just omit the ham flavor packet.
Do you remember Bill Knapp's Restaurant? Before they closed their doors in 2002, Bill Knapp's Restaurants were a 54 year tradition in Michigan, Ohio, and Indiana. Delicious!! Adapted from a 1997 edition of The Detroit News. Posted in response to a recipe request
This easy + hearty soup tastes like something your grandma would make, in the very best possible way. Packed with ham, navy beans and veggies, it's ready to go in about half an hour. Mashing some of the beans before adding to the soup is the secret to the deliciously creamy texture. Tips: Try using chopped cooked chicken in place of the ham. One teaspoon Italian seasoning can be substituted for the Tuscan seasoning.
Ham and Bean Soup. 1 ham bone (I leave meat on the bone while it cooks) 4-5 cups leftover ham 2 cups dry navy beans 2 cups celery, chopped 2 cups carrots, chopped 1 large onion, finely chopped 3 cloves garlic, finely minced 4 sprigs fresh thyme, or 2 teaspoons dry 1/4 cup fresh parsley or 1 tbsp. dry 1/2 teaspoon fresh ground pepper 8-9 cups chicken stock
White Bean and Ham Soup:1 pound dry navy beans, soaked overnight 4 quarts water 1 pound leftover ham bone with meat attached 1 onion, finely diced 2 carrots, sliced 2 stalks celery, diced 2 bay leaves 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder 1/4 teaspoon ground black pepper 1/2 teaspoon paprika
Slow-Cooker Navy Bean Soup. A ham bone flavors this soup made with dried navy beans and lots of vegetables..
Win Your Next Potluck With Frijoles Charros (Mexican Cowboy Beans)
The ideal potluck or cookout dish is one that is easy to make in bulk and inexpensive, and doesn't degrade with extended heating or reheating.I nominate frijoles charros—Mexican cowboy beans cooked with onions, garlic, tomatoes, salted pork, and chilies—as one superlative potluck dish. It not only hits all of those criteria but also adds on "extremely delicious" for good measure.