"Stone" soup

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"Stone" soup

Postby Jim & Judy » Sun Oct 01, 2006 8:01 pm

This was SO easy - cheap and good, too. Start with a large roaster or pan, add some broth (beef or chicken depending on the flavor you want), hamburger that has been browned, diced canned or fresh tomatoes, celery, chopped onion, and any kind of vegetables you like- potatoes, corn, green beans, etc. We used some kielbasa sausage as well. We used a small amount of pepper and some Italian seasoning mix for spices. (broth is salty enough so we didn't add that) Simmer for a couple hours and serve with French bread or any other kind (corn muffins/bread is also good).

We all contributed some ingredients - it becomes a hearty thick soup. Was fun to do this.
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Postby KC Creekers » Mon Oct 02, 2006 6:13 am

I for one as a "Professional Eater" will attest to this one. "It's Goooooooooood"!

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Postby John & Julie » Mon Oct 02, 2006 9:15 am

Thanks for the recipe :D . The soup looked great. I'm going to try and make it, but in a Crock Pot. Have you ever made it in smaller portions? It would be good for Tailgating the end of October.
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Postby Jim & Judy » Mon Oct 02, 2006 10:54 am

Crock pot would be fine - just smaller amounts of the same things. I have also used a small piece of steak cut into cubes rather than hamburger - whatever you like best. Depending on how long you want to cook it you can set the temp on high? or low? That's the beauty of it - you can put in what you like and adjust everything!
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Postby Ray and Linda » Mon Oct 02, 2006 6:32 pm

AG, You are going to have to have stone soup..its GREAT....and as a fat boy i should really know..Judy had to keep smaking my hands..waaaaaaaaaaa .....wooo hooo

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Re: "Stone" soup

Postby angeli.mina » Tue Apr 05, 2011 4:25 am

Why is it called Stone?

Can I use Vienna Sausage?

Re: "Stone" soup

Postby Hotel California » Tue Apr 05, 2011 10:49 am

angeli.mina wrote:Why is it called Stone?

Because it rocks.
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