4 Reviews

Quick, easy and good. I put it on low all day and came home to a yummy soup. I didn't have celery but it tasted good nonetheless. Thanks for sharing.

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Renita April 16, 2009

I didn't quite have all the ingredients this called for. I used a pound of my leftover ham from Easter, instead of sage I used thyme and I only had canned great northern beans. I put it in the crockpot before I went to work and my husband came home to a very easy to make, delicious, dinner. He even had seconds, which he never does. The two of us finished off the whole thing on the same night. The ham added the right amount of salt. Will make this again for sure.

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Jenerfer Harbison-Okarski March 30, 2016

Best ever ! Slight innovations suggested - add 6 oz. tomato sauce & 2 tbs. vinegar. Didn't have celery, but used one Anaheim Chile, chopped fine. I sauteed onion, garlic, onion, and Chile in olive oil until tender. No ham hocks available locally, so I fried two smoked pork chops, - - diced, and added them. The Sage adds great taste to this delicious recipe. Thanks, very much.

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Earl Thomas D. March 20, 2016

Very good and fast recipe. I was impressed with this recipe.
Thank you for posting this recipe.

Tara.

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TWL's wife September 07, 2010
Navy Bean Soup in the Crock Pot