How to Make Delicious Ham Bone Soup

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Ham Bone Soup

If you have leftover ham bones in your fridge, you should consider making Leftover Ham Bone Soup. It has a rich flavor and uses up the ham. You can also add beans, corn, and spices. The broth is made using the bone, resulting in a delicious soup that can serve your whole family. After the bones have been cooked, remove them from the pot and place it in the fridge. The soup will stay fresh for up to three days.

Make a pot of ham bone soup and place it in the freezer for a few hours. It will keep for a few days or up to 3 months in the freezer. You can also chop the vegetables and store them in the refrigerator until you’re ready to assemble the soup. This soup will be delicious! A cup of this warm, soothing soup is the perfect comfort food. It is the best option for those who have been busy and don’t want to make a large pot of soup at once.

Make Ham Bone Soup in a pot. It will keep in the fridge for several days or can be frozen for up to three months. To freeze it, first defrost the ham bone. Once it is thawed, you can put it back in the freezer. You can then use it whenever you want. A pot of homemade boiled smoked ham and vegetable soup will keep for at least five days or even longer if stored properly.

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You can also make this soup with leftover ham bone broth, water, or soup. Just make sure to add more salt than normal! This is the most important part of making ham bone soup. This soup will be a comfort food for everyone you love. You can also add a roasted ham for a unique taste and a satisfying bowl of deliciousness! This delicious soup will satisfy your cravings for meat and vegetables.

If you don’t have ham bones left over, you can also make a ham soup from a chicken bone. You can make a tasty, hearty soup with leftover ham. You can make a vegetable based ham and potato soup or a combination of the two. However, you must be sure to use enough water for the recipe to be a success. You should only use as much water as you need to cover the bones.

If you don’t have ham bones, you can make Ham Bone Soup by using ham hock instead of ham bones. While a hock is not exactly the same as a HAM bone, it still gives the soup a delicious, hearty flavor. Simply place the ham hock in a large pot and heat it in a medium to low heat. When the soup is ready, you can serve it hot or cold.

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If you have leftover ham bone, you can make a ham soup by combining it with leftover ham meat and vegetables. You can also use canned beans instead of dried beans. Dried beans are also an excellent choice because they will absorb the flavour better and have more meat, unlike canned beans. You can use whatever vegetables you have left over, but dried beans will work best. They will soak up the flavor of the broth and will be more flavorful.

If you have leftover ham bone, you can also make a ham steak by using it as a ham bone. If you don’t have ham bones, you can make a garbanzo bean-based gumbo instead. Adding beans to your soup will add a flavorful boost to the dish. If you don’t want to make a gumbo, you can use your ham bone as a pig hock.

This soup can be made with various kinds of beans. You can use any type you like. Depending on your preferences, you can also use a ham bone with your garbanzo beans. This soup is extremely hearty and is a good choice for colder weather. Having ham bone with split peas will add great flavor to the dish. You can also make it with black beans. The ham bone will also add a lot of flavor to the soup.

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  • ➡️ INGREDIENTS leftover ham bone
  • 1 can of corn 1 cup seashell pasta (or pasta of your choice)
  • 8-10 cups chicken broth a few sprigs of dried thyme to taste
  • 2 tbsp fresh/dried parsley
  • 1/2 red onion chopped
  • 2 large carrots chunked
  • 6-7 medium-large potatoes chunked
  • 2 bay leaves salt and pepper to taste leftover ham from the bone to add at the end…
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