Sunday, February 10, 2013

Thrifty Ham Soup


Thrifty Ham Soup

Friday, Anna and I ran into Country Fresh Meats in Weston.  My friend Linda was working and told me about the $3 sale section.   There were packages of "ends and pieces" of different items like pork chops, sausage and ham.   I bought some of the packages and came up with this delicious soup for pennies.  I bought these 2 for $6.



I diced up the ends and pieces and browned them in a pan.



I diced up potatoes, carrots, celery, onions and garlic.  Once ham is heated through put into a large kettle.  Then put diced veggies into same pan and heat through.  Add a cup of water to bring up the bits of ham goodness stuck to the bottom.



Put all into the kettle and add water to cover.  I also added some kidney beans.  Heat till soft.  



Serve with some warm biscuits.  Super easy, inexpensive and delicious!  

Blessings from Ringle, Wisconsin.


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3 comments:

Michaele said...

such a good post and photos of this comfort food on a rainy day like today. Looks so good.

Faye Henry said...

So delicious looking and so frugal.. Good girl.. xo

Bama Girl said...

Oh Jacky! That looks so delicious! Can I have a bowl? Blessings from Bama!