Easy Hamburger Soup | Large Family Recipes


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  1. I'll add sweet potato.
    Sometimes use
    potato peeler, to create
    Thin Slice, then use
    knife to dice these.
    I like soup juicy, & this adds
    substance + flavor to the
    juice ! ___

  2. Your recipes don’t show up, some sound really good and I’d love to try but the link goes to a blank page. Did you take them down?

    Thanks, I just subbed to your channel last week and am lovin it. 🙋🏼

  3. I used to make something similar to this. We called it pantry/freezer clean out stew. I usually cooked it with stew beef, but I'll have to try it with ground beef! =)

  4. Daniel speaks circles around my 11 year old nonverbal severely autistic son(whom I love beyond measure)a percentage of the population over shares words they hope will create doubt, anxiety, mental anguish on the intended target. You are an excellent Mother and everything is as it should be with Daniel.

  5. We're expecting a big ice storm Monday into Tuesday this week. No school for us tomorrow already so I'm simmering a pot of this soup right now. I searched the pantry/freezer for any "odds & ends". Here is what I added:
    1 lb ground beef, 1 can green beans, 1 bag mixed frozen veggies (corn, peas, Lima, carrots, and green beans), mini can black beans, 1 can chili beans in chili sauce, 1 large can diced tomato, and some general spices/seasonings. It smells so yummy! Plus, it used up all my misc. things that I only had 1 of. Thanks!!! I love following you!

  6. I come from a family of eight children, and when my mom taught me to cook things like spaghetti sauce, it was necessarily a big pot. When I married it never occurred to me that there was any other way. It took me a long time to learn how to scale back to just the two of us!

  7. When I make soups with rice or any kind of pasta I cook the rice or pasta separately. I find when you save the leftover soups for several days that the rice and pasta swells and gets mushy. To keep the soup tasting like a fresh pot of soup I cook and store both rice and pasta separately. Then I just add it cold to the bowl when I dish up soup. The hot soup heats both the rice and pasta up and it makes your soup taste freshly cooked.

  8. I make chili very similar to this. I start with the ground beef and onions (maybe celery and carrots) and then add tomato and beans. Sometimes I add other veggies. I season with cumin and oregano (or chili powder) and salt/pepper. It's one of my favorites but I haven't made it in a long time because my family doesn't enjoy it as much as I do.

  9. We grew up eating hamburger soup. Mom made it pretty much the same way….throw in whatever is on hand. We have three sons, and all of them are bigger than average, so people thought the same thing about them concerning speech. That's our life when our husbands are 6'6", right? Haha!

  10. Love the talking hand and also eyeball cooking! That’s how I grew up watching my mom cook she never even knew what a measuring cup was until I had to explain it to her when I was in high school and took a home economics class 😂

  11. That looks so yummy! My grandmother gave me her recipe for her hamburger stew. Ground beef or turkey, chopped carrots, frozen corn, cans of peas, onions, celery, a few potatoes and 1 can of tomato soup. Rinse out the can with water, but dump the water into the pot. Cook that until the carrots and potatoes are fork tender. Done. She had 5 children. My husband and I have 7. We all really love this stew. Have a great day!

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