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What a great soup!! The dill is a wonderful surprise and I have never used cream with ham. This recipe is sooo flavorful. Thanks so much for posting. I will be making this again. A keeper...=) !
Did not have a pressure cooker, so just did it on the stove top. Also started with boiling leftover ham bone in the 4 cups of water. I then removed the ham from the bone plus added 1 cup more of water because the water had boiled down. Also added 1 cup of chopped celery and 2 -3 tbsp of chicken boullion. It is the time of year when beans are plentiful and you can't keep up just eating them as a side. Seached. Vwola. Found this. Thanx.
thank you for this recipe. I needed something warm and creamy for here in central ny. I came upon this recipe. The soup was soooo good! I put some elbow maccaroni in it, which was suggested by another person that tried it. I put some sliced up carrots. I also used the half-and-half. My family loved it also. Nice!
This soup saved me!!! Me and my family were doing an Iron Chef competition and it was battle Green Beans and I no clue what do do. Instead of just adding in the ham, I pan-fried it in some extra virgin olive oil. I also used red potatoes and onions instead of just your average potato and onion that you would think to use! It added a great flavor to the soup!!!! Long story short, I won the competition and the soup helped me win!!! Thanks for submitting this recipe!!!
I used the left over ham from easter it was candied so the soup had a sweet taste to it. It was great way to recycle the left overs.
Loved this soup! Instead of the pressure cooker, I dont have one, I used my dutch oven and cooked it slowly on the stove. I did use canned green beans, baking potatoes, pre-packaged cubed ham, and dried dill. This went together easily and tasted great!