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    16 Beans Soup
SUBMITTED BY:  Heather
Category: Beans and Peas

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INGREDIENTS
1 package 16 Bean Soup
3 bay leaves
1 tablespoon crushed oregano
2 cans no-fat chicken stock
Additional water to cover
3 stalks celery chopped
3 carrots diced
1 large onion chopped
3 cloves garlic sliced
1 pound turkey Italian sausage sliced
2 cans stewed (or diced) tomatoes

DIRECTIONS
Combine first 5 ingredients (liquid should cover mixture by 1"-2") in Crock Pot Cook on high for 2 hours Add remaining ingredients and shift cooker to low and cook for additional 3 hours For more zing, add cayenne or crushed red pepper when adding second set of ingredients. Serve as complete meal or over rice. Freezes well.


REVIEWS
  Reviewed by Acteon
It was delicious, make sure you have enough time for the beans to soak. We ended up having to cook it overnight. but the end results was awesome. I used turkey kielbasa, and chicken broth.
  Reviewed by Rebecca
Have not tried yet because I am still waiting for it to finish cooking. The time specified is not enough time for the beans to cook. Have been cooking on high for 7 1/2 hrs and beans are still not ready. Beans need to be soaked or cooked before. Smells good though...
  Reviewed by michelle
I couldn't be home to switch the cooker from high to low. The instruction in my Crock Pot manual says beans must be soft before adding acid. So I simmered the beans in some water for an hour or so while getting ready in the morning, and put everything into the Crock Pot and let it cook on low until I came home from work. Soup was very good.
  Reviewed by Alyssa H
My husband and I really liked this recipe. We made it vegetarian, leaving out the sausage and using vegetable broth instead of chicken stock. The stewed tomatoes gave it just the right sweetness. I also agree that it needed to cook longer than the 3 hours on low or else the beans were tough.
  Reviewed by bzbanana
I would have liked specifics in ounces of the cans in the recipe. I found it also needed a little more time in the cooker but it did come out very hearty and flavorful. Makes enough to freeze some for later.
  Reviewed by test

 
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