Best Navy Bean & Bacon Soup

Best Navy Bean & Bacon Soup created by Parsley

This hearty, delicious soup is full of fiber and protein and so delicious on a cold day.

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  • In the bottom of your pot, saute celery, garlic, carrot, onion, and bacon until the bacon is cooked through and the vegetables are soft.
  • Add navy beans and chicken broth to the vegetables.
  • Simmer until heated through.
  • Add seasoning to taste.
  • Bring to a boil, then lower heat and simmer for 20 minutes or so.
  • If soup gets too thick, add more chicken broth.
  • Discard bacon.
  • Remove half of soup and place in a blender or food processor. Pulse a few times and add mixture back to the pot.
  • Serve with fresh chopped green onions. Can substitue other fresh onions if desired.
  • Diced ham may be substituted for bacon and left in the soup.
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"This hearty, delicious soup is full of fiber and protein and so delicious on a cold day."

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  1. RoteHexe
    My husband loved it! I used homemade chicken stock and added a little ham plus a squirt of heavy cream. We had no leftovers and I'll gladly make it again!
  2. LainieBug
    We thought this soup was delicious. I did not have Morton's Nature's Seasoning, so searched on the internet and found a copycat recipe. I used 1 teaspoon which turned out to be just a tiny bit salty for me, but the flavor is so good I didn't let it deter me. Also, since MNS already has salt and pepper in it, I did not use additional S/P. I also did not use the green onions as I don't care for them. Will definitely be making this again.
  3. WorkingMom2three
    This gets 5 stars just for how easy it is. I used the already cooked bacon (and left it in), so I added about 1T of olive oil to saute the vegetables. I had made chicken stock, so I used home-made. I did use additional to make thinner. I would agree that it doesn't make 6 servings - I'm going to get 5 1 cup servings out of it.
  4. barefootmommawv
    Tastey! I made as directed except I doubled it and I skipped processing it in the food processor. I dont think this makes 6 servings even as I doubled it. All in all it was very good and I will make again. I served it with some corn bread. Made for PAC Fall 2009
  5. Parsley
    Best Navy Bean & Bacon Soup Created by Parsley
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