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I tried this and it is marvelous! I am making it again today and instead of bacon I am using ham and turkey carcasses I saved in the freezer. I boil them (for at least 2hours slowly) and they make a rich broth from which to make this soup. Thanks Ms Satler for your recipe ideas!
I am about to make this soup again. I just decided to post a review and rating of this recipe because I thought it was a great and easy
soup that anyone can
prepare and serve with confidence. I really enjoyed making it and thought it made a really easy and enjoyable home cooked soup. Try it if you haven't!
Please be aware: to make this soup properly it is a lot of work! I used a inner ham bone for stock and then added the can of Beef stock. It is delicious but I suggest somewhat more italian herbs because it was kind of flat. Make sure you buy fresh parmesan cheese not the prefab stuff. It makes a huge difference.
I made the soup exactly as written. The flavor s absolutely wonderful and it's chock full of goodies! However, it does make quite a large quantity. I went through two crock pots, finally putting everything in my largest stock pot, before I found something that would contain all of the ingredients. Unless you've got a stock pot, as opposed to a standard dutch oven, the quantity as written might create a headache. Tasty, but a headache.
Pretty good! I however had to alter the recipe just slightly. 6 slices of bacon 1 cup of cooked ground beef 4 carrots 4 stalks of celery 1/2 onion 2 zucchinis 1 (10.5 oz) can of diced tomatoes 1 can (10.5 oz) of water 2 cans chicken broth 1 package of onion soup and 2 tbsp of savoury seasoning! Simmered for an hour and it was delicious.
This recipe makes a lot of soup! I used a 6 1/2 quart stock pot, and it was almost to the rim. If you choose this recipe be sure to fry the bacon, brown the hamburger, and chop the veggies ahead of time, so you can throw it all together before dinner. Otherwise you will be watching this pot for a while.