Recipe by And Me Mommy
"A creamy, easy ham and potato soup that surprisingly contains no dairy! Perfect for a cool day when you need something warm and satisfying. So many different ways to switch things up! Different veggies, cheese, meat. Serve with warm toast. Yum!"
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celery with leaves, chopped
1 (19 ounce) can
white kidney beans, drained and rinsed
meaty ham bone
chopped cooked ham
Not bad. Nice way to use leftover ham. I added some salt, pepper and a bay leaf and it flavored it up nicely.
I enjoyed this soup very much. I like how you puree the veggies to thicken the soup. Brilliant idea wthout adding calories.
Fantastic! I didn't add a thing, and it was delicious. Definitely a keeper!
I loved this soup, but because I did not have any white beans at home, and of course, did not want to go out to the store, I left the soup as a broth. It was delicious without any thickening. I felt no need to add any other seasonings. I will definately make this again, and I may chose to leave out the beans again.
First of all, I wanted to note that this makes more like 12+ servings or more, not 6 as listed. I used small sweet potatoes and large celery stalks/onion. I had to pan fry the veggies in 2 batches because it was just too thick in the pot to have cooked properly in one batch. I used the biggest pot I have in the house and still could only get 6 cups of liquid in the pot. Anyway, I changed this recipe a lot to suit what I had on hand, so take my rating with a grain of salt. I had just made Greek Burgers (from this site), and I cooked the veggies in the grease from that. The burgers have shallot and fennel and oregano in them, and you could taste it in the veggies once they were cooked. I used sweet potatoes instead of regular, omitted beans and corn, used veggie bouillon cubes instead of chicken broth, added 3 smallish fennel stalks and 2 smallish bay leaves to the broth. The ham was leftovers and had a sweet orange glaze on it. I was worried the sweet would clash with the savory flavors, but it all blended nicely and tasted great. I accidentally put the 1 C ham in with the hame bone, so I didn't bend it up. This recipe is a great base to modify as needed for leftovers.
Wonderful!! I added a leak but accidentally added an entire onion too instead of the 1/4 onion. Still so good. Be very careful how long the bone simmers in the soup. I had a lot of meat/fat on my bone so it didn't take but just a few minutes for the ham bone to work it's magic.
Amazing soup! Love having a creamy dairy-free soup. Lots of options of adding whatever veggies you like, but loved it the way it was!
Good base to use leftovers with.
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Cream of No Cream Ham and Potato Soup
Serving Size: 1/6 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 6
Amount Per Serving
** Calories: 381
** Calories from Fat: 92
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