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    Question Hamburger soup?

    Are there any soup recipes using hamburger? I've never made any, I would like too though! TIA

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    I make a green pepper soup with hamburger.

    https://www.frugalvillage.com/forums/...en+pepper+soup

    I've not added rice many times. Still just as good.

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    I have a recipe at home - I'll try to post it tomorrow. It's a tomato based soup with hamburger & barley. It's very tasty!

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    Stuffed Pepper Soup

    2 pounds ground beef
    28 oz. can tomato sauce
    28 oz. can diced tomatoes
    1 cup uncooked rice
    2 cups chopped green pepper (about 2)
    2 beef bouillon cubes
    1/4 cup firmly packed brown sugar
    salt and pepper to taste

    Place all ingredients in a slow cooker and cook all night on low setting, or put all ingredients in a large soup pot and simmer uncovered, for, 1 1/2 hours.

    Enjoy

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    My mother in law would make this sometimes.........1 lb hamburger, 1 can mixed vegetables(undrained), 1 large can tomato soup w/1 can water...add to 1-2lbs of egg noodles...(measurements differ for family size).

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    We make Taco Soup during the fall and winter.

    Taco Soup

    1 1/2 lbs ground beef, browned and drained
    1 lg onion, diced
    1 package Hidden Valley Dry Ranch Dressing
    1 package taco seasoning
    1 can stewed tomatoes
    1 can rotel tomatoes
    1 can corn
    2 cans pinto beans
    2 cans navy beans
    1 can green chilis (optional)

    Cook onion with ground beef, drain and place in crock pot or stew pot. Add all the rest of the ingredients, do not drain any of the liquid from the cans, this will make the broth. If I am making this in the crockpot, I just dump it all in and let it cook for about 4 hours on low, it gives the ingredients time to meld. If I am doing it on the stove, I just let it simmer for an hour or so.

    We serve this with corn chips and with shredded cheese as a garnish.

    BTW, this dish freezes well.

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    Ooooh, katybird, your taco soup looks so much better than mine! I just brown a pound of hamburger, toss in a packet of taco seasoning and can of corn, tomatoes, and beans. Still good, but I think I'll try yours next!!

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    Spicy Cheeseburger Soup: http://www.recipezaar.com/71622

    My review of the recipe is below it (I'm AmyMCGS on there, too).

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    Default Here's my recipe

    Hamburger Soup

    1.5lbs ground turkey/ground beef, browned & crumbled
    1 onion, chopped and sauteed with the meat
    28oz can diced tomatoes (I puree them as my family prefers less texture)
    2 cups water
    three 10oz cans consumme (I substitute homemade beef broth, even if I only have bouillion with which to make it)
    1 can tomato soup
    4 carrots, chopped
    3 ribs celery, chopped
    8 Tbsp barley (1/4 cup)

    Season to taste with oregano, garlic, salt, pepper &/or thyme. Simmer 2hrs on the stove or 4-6 hrs in crockpot.

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    Thank you! They all look delicious.

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    Thanks for the great recipes

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    I have a recipe for cabbage soup you could use hamburger in. I use the Morningstar Farms sausage flavored recipe crumbles -- some people use turkey sausage -- it just adds a little flavor but hamburger would be fine

    http://geocities.com/quiltnart  It's in the recipes section.

    I also tried a Cheeseburger soup recipe this week that is really tastey. I substituted whole wheat penne pasta for the potatoes and left out the sour cream. Found it here:  http://www.cheapcooking.com/Recipes/...eeseburger.htm

     

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