- Soup Mix. 1lb Resealable Bag.
Pot Barley, Yellow Split Peas, Green Split Peas, Green Whole Peas, Yellow Whole Peas, Black Turtle Beans, Romano Beans, Dutch Brown Beans, Red Lentils. (Contains Gluten)
- Cooking Instructions
- (Optional: soak mix overnight in water) Combine 1 cup Soup Mix with 4 cups of water, or broth in a pot. Add desired seasonings & fresh vegetables, simmer for 1 hour or until ingredients are soft.
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This is a wonderful bean soup! I followed the directions in the package except I used a 38oz box of fat-free reduced-sodium chicken broth, increased the onion by 1/2 cup, and added 1/4t black pepper. We made 8 servings from one pot. It's low fat, high fiber, protein and iron. It's well worth the cost and effort!
flavor, quality, mix of beans, everything! the recipe is pretty close to the way I like to make my red lentils, including the turmeric and cilantro, so I just used my own, which includes shredded carrots (sauted w the celery and onion, as in a mirepoix)! A couple of bay leaves, and I omitted the green pepper and diced tomatoes, opting instead for a couple of fresh tomatoes diced.
This mix is perfect for vegetable soup. My daughter is not great eater but this soup she loves i t
I soaked this soup for 3 hours and prepared it using the electric pressure cooker's sauté setting and bean setting. This was surprisingly good! There are other brands that offer soup mix and the spices are never right but the recipe on the bag was great! I cut up 2 large fresh tomatoes and added about 8oz of salsa instead of the crushed tomatoes, I also added a red bell pepper in addition to the green bell pepper. I highly recommend this soup! I will use this as my preferred brand soup mix from now on.
A friend gave me a bag of soup mix. I was not thrilled since I don’t like beans but my husband does. He cooked it per instructions and we devoured it.
Now I am looking where to buy more.
Pereg, tell me which grocery stores I can find this in the Bay Area?