Sweet Southwestern Black Bean Soup

Sweet Southwestern Black Bean Soup created by Parsley

Easy, low fat, and delish black bean soup! Created for the first time today (1/16/09). My very first posted recipe!

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  • Spray pan with non-stick spray. Dice onion, add to pan. Add garlic.
  • Cook on medium-high heat until onion is translucent.
  • Add chicken broth, cumin, cinnamon, chili powder, cilantro, and diced tomatoes. Reduce to medium heat.
  • Add drained corn and black beans.
  • Simmer for 30 minutes to an hour. (the longer the better!).
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  1. Parsley
    So pleasantly spiced/seasoned. This is incredibly healthy and easy to make. It makes a wonderful lunch. I made no changes to the recipe, but I may puree a portion of this soup next time I make it to thicken it a bit. Thanx for sharing!
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  2. Parsley
    Sweet Southwestern Black Bean Soup Created by Parsley
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  3. daricebj
    Very tasty and easy to make.
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  4. richmond.christopher
    Excellent, low fat, low salt bean soup recipe. I used dried beans (1lb) soaked for 8 hrs in cold water then rinsed and cooked them in the simmering soup, and I used chipotle chili powder for more kick.
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  5. Laurie H.
    Delicious and very flexible recipe! I omitted the cilantro (I don't like) and corn (kid would object), and added 1 stalk chopped celery. Even found I had only 1 can of black beans, so subbed 1 can red kidney beans. Also, I used a red onion for extra depth of flavor, and 1Tbl. butter instead of spray, and I blended the soup at the end. Ahh, this site is really about inspiration more than literal devotion, huh? ;-) Thanks, Niffer'!
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