Ham Escarole and Bean Stoup

Friday, June 30, 2017
Here is one of those comfort foods. Ham, escarole and beans, a thick than soup called stoup. I especially like to make on a rainy or cool day. Grandma always had a pot simmering on her old fashioned gas stove. I can still remember her lighting that stove with a match. Memories of years gone by, they go by so fast. Those days keep her memory alive.



This is a pot of soup more like a stew it's thick and hearty with beans, ham and escarole in a rich broth







Easy and inexpensive meals




I don't care what you put in the pot with meat and boiling water, I love soups like these.



No it's not a typo, it's called Stoup. Stoup is a soup and stew combination because it's so thick and comforting.



This stoup is made with meat, escarole, it's full of beans, and vegetables.



It's thicker than just soup, more like a stew.



Make Your Beans from Dried Beans!






 how to use a slow cooker  for dried beans cooking over night in this crock pot to make soups and other recipes



I love the fact that you can use dried beans in a slow cooker and have them ready in the morning to cook soup!


Check out that recipe post on slow cooker dried beans beans beans!





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This is a pot of soup more like a stew it's thick and hearty with beans, ham and escarole in a rich broth



Delicious and Comforting




I just love how perfect this is for those cooler days when you need something to warm you up.



This stoup feeds many people also. That's comforting for most of us on a budget these days to have an easy inexpensive healthy meal to serve your family.



All you need is a dense loaf of rustic Italian bread and you will be getting the best experience!



This is a pot of soup more like a stew it's thick and hearty with beans, ham and escarole in a rich broth


Easy to Make



This Ham Escarole and Bean Stoup is so easy to make, economical and feeds a large family.


I love repurposing leftovers, ham is a great flavoring for any soup.


Ham really make this Ham Escarole and Bean Stoup over the top delicious!


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Use Leftover Ham!



I usually make this recipe after Easter when we have had ham!


The ham bone is perfect to make this soup, never toss it out. Freeze the bone for later!


If you happen to eat ham steaks or have it leftover ham of any kind this is the perfect way to use it up.



this is lefover ham with bourbon and used to make this ham escarole and bean stoup soup





Try Some Of Our Other Favorite Soup Recipes




Wedding Tortellini Soup
Red or White Italian Seafood Chowder
Beans and Greens over Italian Bread
Blackberry Merlot Chilled Soup
Quick Taco Soup








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This is a pot of soup more like a stew it's thick and hearty with beans, ham and escarole in a rich broth

Ham Escarole Bean Stoup

prep time: 10 minscook time: 1 hourtotal time: 1 hours and 10 mins

ingredients:

1 Ham bone leftover with meat still attached (from your Holiday spiral ham or any other kind ham bone)
Water around 4 Quarts
1 cup of diced potatoes
1 bunch of escarole washed chopped and soaked making sure all the dirt is out ( best way is to boil it for 5 minutes)
1 cup finger carrots
3 or 4 chopped plum tomatoes
2 stalks of celery with leaves
1/4 cup chopped fresh parsley
olive oil
chopped minced garlic ( around 2 cloves)
2 cups cooked cannellini beans
salt, pepper and cayenne to taste

instructions:

Place the ham bone in the water, bring to a boil and simmer until all the meat comes off that bone.
Take the meat off and remove bone. Add all the vegetables escarole and spices. Simmer until the stoop is fragrant around 45 minutes on low. Serve with crusty Italian bread. Delicious!

calories
190
fat (grams)
4
carbs (grams)
2
protein (grams)
8
sugar (grams)
3
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Ham Escarole and Bean Stoup Pin for later


This is a pot of soup more like a stew it's thick and hearty with beans, ham and escarole in a rich broth

1 comment

  1. I didn't even notice the extra T! No matter what you call this, it looks like pure comfort food!

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