Good Luck Soup

(4 customer reviews)

$9.95

A traditional style soup that combines the richness of ham with the earthy flavor of black-eyed peas. Your luck gets better with every spoonful. Just add ham, tomatoes, and water.

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Description

A traditional style soup that combines the richness of ham with the earthy flavor of black-eyed peas. Your luck gets better with every spoonful. Just add ham, tomatoes, and water.

Directions:
Bring 3 quarts of water to a boil. Stir in soup and seasoning packs. Add 2 cups ham and a 15 oz. can of tomatoes. Let soup cook approximately 20-25 minutes or until rice is done. Yield: 14 cups.

Hint:
Soup will be even richer if you have the time to simmer a ham bone or the 2 cups of ham in the 3 quarts of water for about 30 minutes prior to adding soup packet. You may also substitute Rotel tomatoes or flavored tomatoes for a zestier flavor. Serve with your favorite cornbread.

Ingredients:
Blackeye Beans, Enriched Long Grain Rice [iron (ferric orthophosphate),
niacin, thiamin (thiamine mononitrate), and folic acid], Chicken Base [salt, dextrose, maltodextrin
(from corn), corn starch, palm oil, onion powder, chicken fat, yeast extract, natural flavorings,
turmeric, disodium inosinate and disodium guanylate], Onion*, Carrot*, Celery*, and Creole
Seasoning [salt, red pepper, black pepper, chili powder (chili pepper, spices, salt, garlic powder),
garlic*, and silicon dioxide (anti-caking agent)]. *Dehydrated

Allergens:
None; Not ready to eat. Further processing is required

Additional information

Weight 0.88 lbs

4 reviews for Good Luck Soup

  1. Sheila Grimaldi (verified owner)

    Best soup ever! I also add baby spinach. I have received so many compliments each time I serve this.

  2. Bruce Burton

    Tried this soup at a winter fair in Ohio, and was sold from the first taste. I simmered my smoked ham in the water/stock before adding the mix and really didn't add anything else (except the tomatoes). Wow, really a perfect blend of ingredients and spices. Hearty and wonderful. I can't get enough of this yummy soup!

  3. Angela king

    I made this soup with ham bone and rotel tomatoes. Yummy

  4. Chris J.

    We love this soup! This and the vaquero are our two favorites. I simemred ham in half chicken broth and half water for 30 mintues as suggested and it really made it rich and tasty.

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