Hamburger, Hotdog, Vegetable Soup. Wash all the vegetables and slice and chop them. Melt the butter in a pot. When the onions are translucent add the beef broth.
Hamburger, Hotdog, Vegetable Soup Low-carb soup. Filé is dried and ground sassafras leaves used to flavor and thicken gumbo and soups. In the method of cooking I add the cabbage in near the end. You can cook Hamburger, Hotdog, Vegetable Soup using 17 ingredients and 6 steps. Here is how you achieve it.
Ingredients of Hamburger, Hotdog, Vegetable Soup
- Prepare of beef hotdogs.
- You need of ground sirloin.
- Prepare of chopped celery.
- You need of sliced okra.
- Prepare of large onion.
- You need of bay leaf.
- Prepare of sweet/English peas.
- It’s of beef broth.
- Prepare of large yellow Crook-necked squash.
- Prepare of cauliflower.
- It’s of salt.
- You need of filé.
- It’s of thyme.
- You need of rosemary.
- You need of butter.
- You need of parsley flakes.
- It’s of shredded Parmesan cheese.
This is because I like the cabbage to still have crunch to it. Brown hamburger, then drain the grease.. pepper. This hamburger and vegetable soup recipe comes together in just one pot. Paired with a grilled cheese sandwich, this hearty vegetable soup will be a dinner winner.
Hamburger, Hotdog, Vegetable Soup step by step
- Wash all the vegetables and slice and chop them. Slice the hotdogs..
- Melt the butter in a pot. Add the onions and celery. When the onions are translucent add the beef broth. Submerge the hamburger below the liquids..
- When the broth boils add all the rest of the ingredients..
- The cauliflower, spices, and hotdogs. I left 5 hotdogs whole and chopped 4..
- Simmer/boil till all the vegetables are done..
- Serve with Parmesan cheese on top I hope you enjoy!!.
In a large stock pot, combine broth, water, onion soup mix, tomato sauce, celery, onion, frozen vegetables and macaroni. Bring to a boil and then simmer until macaroni is done. Fry meat with macaroni until meat is well browned. You can also add a cup or two of water if you want your soup to be more soupy (and less stewy), or you can add it toward the end of the cooking time once you assess the consistency. Assessing Consistency…One Hamburger Soup at a Time.