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Autumn Soup

Autumn Soup created by Jonathan Melendez

This recipe was given my daughter by her mother-in-law, Merilyn. It is a low cost soup...but hardy and very nutrious as well as really tasty. Note from Chef, since several reviewers thought it was too much barley I have changed the recipe and have reduced by half the amount originally posted. Corrected Oct 2012.

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  • Combine all ingredients in a large kettle.
  • Cook until vegetables and the barley are tender.
  • Option:can be placed in a slow cooker on low for 8-9 hours if wished.
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"This recipe was given my daughter by her mother-in-law, Merilyn. It is a low cost soup...but hardy and very nutrious as well as really tasty. Note from Chef, since several reviewers thought it was too much barley I have changed the recipe and have reduced by half the amount originally posted. Corrected Oct 2012."
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  1. Jonathan Melendez
    Delicious comfort food. This is a hearty soup that really warms you up on these cold nights. Served with crusty bread. Great for leftovers as well!
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    Autumn Soup Created by Jonathan Melendez
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    Autumn Soup Created by Jonathan Melendez
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  5. sndrcoy
    Not necessarily totally according to this recipe (do not do barley) but close to this recipe, which was on original recipe cards set purchased in installments many years ago ... this is a delicious and quick cooked soup (if done on stovetop). To speed up process, I make sure ingredients are chopped small and consistent to each other in size. The carrots I prefer to shred, to aid in quickly cooking and spreading their sweetness to the mix. Repeat: No barley. Use potatoes instead. But the quantities are consistent; one cup for each vegetable. I have also substituted top round steak, cut into small pieces, or top sirloin, also cut into small pieces, in place of the ground beef. Sauté meat first. Then add veggies and liquids and spices and simmer. De-lish. Guaranteed crowd pleaser, for even the most finicky of eaters.
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