It’s starting to feel a little more like spring and boy I am so excited. Warm weather will soon be upon us but until spring finally arrives there are still some cold days and nights left to get through. Just no snow… please no more snow. This recipe is a hearty, stick to your bones type of soup that is perfect for a cold night. With ground beef, vegetables, broth and a few seasonings you can have an amazing meal on your family’s table in no time at all. Did I mention that this dish is also budget friendly?
For my vegetable soup I used whatever vegetables I had around in the refrigerator and then used some frozen vegetables. Please adapt this recipe to what vegetables you have sitting around. You know some of those vegetables you bought at the store, with the intention of using them, but have not got around to using them yet. I also added a handful of shredded cheese because…well because its cheese. This soup will also go so well with some nice crusty bread.
Over medium high heat in a large pot, brown ground beef along with celery, onion and garlic. Once ground beef is brown remove from heat and drain the fat from the pot.
Return pot to heat and add all the remaining ingredients and stir to combine and bring to a boil. Once boiling reduce heat to a simmer and cover.
Simmer for 20 minutes, taste and add more salt & pepper if needed
Sprinkle some cheese on top and add some crusty bread and you have a tasty dinner on the table in about 40 minutes. Thanks for stopping by Life44…live, laugh, love & learn.
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