Ground Beef Soup

"This recipe is one of our family's favorites...fairly easy to make and very yummy! My husband, who won't normally eat leftovers actually hoards these leftovers (this makes a big batch) and will eat them for days in a row! :) This recipe also works great in a crockpot! Just brown the beef ahead of time, then throw everything together to simmer for the day!"
 
Ground Beef Soup created by Anonymous
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  • Boil potatoes, corn, carrots and tomato paste in water.
  • Add beef bouillon and garlic.
  • Brown beef and onions, drain off fat.
  • Add beef and onions to soup. Boil until vegetables are fully cooked.
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  1. Anonymous
    This is a great "starter" recipe. Using what I had on hand, I used 1 cup chicken broth instead of beef bouillon, 12 oz. tomato sauce (next time will try w/ petite diced tomatoes), 1/2 tsp. diced oregano, 1-1/2 cup frozen green beans, 1/p red bell pepper, 1/2 cup chopped celery. I used oil to brown my meat b/c the meat was extra-lean. After browning the meat I stirred in the garlic, diced carrots, diced potatoes bell pepper, celery and frozen green beans. (If using frozen corn, could toss in now, too). I simmered until veggies were soft. I served with biscuits. Next time I make this I want to try using Italian sausage instead of ground beef.
     
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    Ground Beef Soup Created by Anonymous
  3. Kitchen Witch Crone
    When a search for ground sausage soup turned up no results that looked tempting today, I changed my criteria to ground beef. Needless to say, instead of the ground beef I used sausage - with most excellent results. But......after a few tastes I decided "more" was needed so I added a can of diced tomatoes, then a bag of frozen mixed vegetables......then some cooked macaroni. Naturally I had to add some more water and let it simmer a bit longer. It turned out to be a delicious "stewy" type of soup that when hot garlic bread was added, will be a family favorite. Thank you so much for the great recipe.
     
  4. Mommy of 3 Gingers
    Great recipe! Quick and easy, but the best part was that the family loved it!! I made the recipe as is and couldn't have asked for it to be any better!!
     
  5. bmcnichol
    This was good and easy to make. I followed the recipe as written but mine didn't get as thick as the picture showed (which was what I was looking for). It still tasted good but we thought it needed more seasoning. I added salt and pepper.
     
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