Sunday, June 21, 2015

Frugal and Easy Lima Bean Soup

Good Morning dear readers,  I grew up growing, shelling and cooking Lima beans.  Lima or Butter Beans has they are called in the south are a family staple.  My father was what was called a weekend gardener and had this huge backyard garden.  He grew everything from blackberries to beans.  The family was always putting up beans, berries and even peaches.  Unfortunately I don't have a garden, I live in an apartment.  So I make do with cans from the store. When I saw the recipe on the Bushes can, I decide I wanted to make my own version of this soup.  This recipe was altered to fit my families needs:  Here's what you need:

2 cans Lima beans (15 oz undrained)
2 cups mixed frozen veggies (peppers, onions and celery)
2 TB vegetable oil
1 can tomato sauce
1 Tsp. oregano
4 cups water
2 Tbs flour
1/2 cup frozen diced onion (decided to add more at the end)

Saute your veggies in large pot with oil. Then add 1 tablespoon flour per 2 cups water until blended.  Add sauce, oregano and beans to mix.  Let cook on stove for 20-25 minutes on low.  Enjoy and Bon appetite.






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