Delicious! No onions were used, due to allergies, but, it wasn't missed. I replaced with diced celery. Yum, thank you.
Easy-peasy vegetable beef soup recipe - love that this is so versatile and can be made with whatever you have hanging around! I halved the ground beef and opted for the frozen veggies. Browned the beef and then threw everything into a crockpot on Low for 8 hours and it was great. The ketchup does add a little somethin'-somethin' - don't omit it!
This was incredible! Went together fast and easy, and the result was rich and satisfying- perfect for a gloomy fall day, Thank you so much for sharing, we'll be making this again!!
This is kind of like one that I've made for years except for the beef broth and ketchup. I like yours better though. It has a great flavor to it.
Love this recipe and have made it several time, but I've changed it a bit: - Season ground beef with minced garlic, salt, pinch of parsley and onions. Brown together. - I use tri-colored carrots, peas, celery, corn, and kidney beans - Ketchup is way too sweet, so I add regular tomato sauce and garlic infused stewed tomatoes _ This recipe needs all the salt it can get, so I wouldn't use low salt/sodium broth, tomato sauce, etc. The kids and Hubs devour this! Serve it with salad and your favorite delish bread!
Not trying to be negative here....but this recipe did not suit our taste. Food.com has some great recipes, but this isn't one of them. Imagine eating ground beef and vegetables (okay, good so far) completely smothered in ketchup. Yes, it was sickeningly sweet in a way that only ketchup can make a dish. Frankly, it tasted like something I remember being served in a public school lunch room. Three bites in and we threw it the whole thing out and started digging the the fridge for leftovers. If you love sweet entrees, then this may be a good recipe for you. If not I wouldn't risk it.
Yum! I was afraid that it was going to be a little plain when I made it, but it turned out wonderfully!
Pretty easy to make. I am sure I didn't simmer for the full 3 hours (maybe almost 2). Everyone ate it and no one commented. I found it too sweet.
As a native Sandlapper and former resident of the Grand Strand, somehow missed this local dish. It is great! Added a dash of worcestershire sauce for a kick and used frozen veggies.