Recipe by AmyMCGS
Here's the simple crock pot combination I've come up with based on friends' advice and some other recipes I've read. I like to serve it with corn bread and sliced fresh tomatoes. NOTE: In the time since I originally posted this recipe, I've tweaked it a bit more when I make it at home. I found that the addition of some chicken broth really enhances the flavor! However, I'm leaving it here as originally posted.
Top Review by Megan C.
If you like this, my Mom used to make a soup that had similar ingredients - You take fully cooked ham or a ham steak and cut it into cubes, take a bag of frozen cut green beans and then take skinned/cleaned potatoes and cube them... add enough water to cover...also add salt and pepper to taste... and cook in a dutch oven pan for about 30 minutes on the stovetop.... you basically cook it until potatoes are cooked through and the green beans are thawed and warm. It's a really easy soup to do after a hard day's work, even though it's not a crockpot recipe (I tried it in the crockpot once and it was very bland and the ham was overcooked).
- 1 smoked pork hock
- 1 (15 ounce) jarwhole white pearl onions
- 1 (16 ounce) packagecooked diced ham (or leftover sliced ham)
- 1 (16 ounce) bag frozen French-cut green beans (or regular cut, or canned)
- 4 baking potatoes, diced (or red potatoes, halved)