Ham, White Bean and Tomato Soup

"I found this while searching for recipes to use up leftover ham, and it's 'after-work friendly' as well. This goes well with a green salad and breadsticks"
 
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photo by French Tart photo by French Tart
photo by French Tart
photo by French Tart photo by French Tart
Ready In:
40mins
Ingredients:
16
Serves:
6
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ingredients

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directions

  • Cook bacon in a large skillet over medium heat until just crisp, turning several times, about 4 minutes; remove bacon, crumble and set aside.
  • Add onion and celery to skillet; cook until softened, about 5 minutes; stir in garlic, cook 1 minute; stir in spinach, cook until wilted, about 2 minutes.
  • Season with red pepper flakes, allspice, salt and black pepper; add chicken broth, tomatoes, beans, ham, sage, thyme and parsley; cook until flavors blend about 20 minutes.

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Reviews

  1. akgrown
    This was very yummy! I love all kinds of bean soup but my husband doesn't and he liked this and even ate the leftovers. I didn't have sage or parsley so I just left them out. I had some fresh tomatoes that needed to be used so I chopped and roasted them and threw them in instead of canned tomatoes. Very good!
     
  2. SD Slim
    Loved it.
     
  3. French Tart
    Fantastic! A great full bodied soup with lots of my 5-a-Day in it! I made this as posted and was rewarded with a hearty bean soup with layers and layers of flavour. We ate this with home-made bread and had seconds on a cold and windy day! Made for the Cool Beans event in the Photo's Forum and VERY much enjoyed! FT:-)
     
  4. Ms B.
    Yum! This soup has an awesome flavor and is soooo easy to prepare. I didn't add the allspice, because I didn't seem to have any on hand. However, I followed the rest of the recipe exactly with the addition of rinsing and draining the beans before adding them to the soup. I love the spinach/bean/ham combo. The bacon also adds a depth of smokey flavor that really makes the soup. I gobbled it up with a chunk of crusty bread and a big glass of milk. Mmmm. Comfort food!!
     
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