Black Bean Soup from Dried Beans
You don’t need much to make a big batch of black bean soup when you start with a pound of dry beans. This is one of those frugal recipes that is in almost constant rotation in our house. The end result is always delicious and filling. Don’t be intimidated if you’ve never made a batch of black bean soup from dried beans. It isn’t complicated and doesn’t take as long as you think to prepare. In just a little an hour or two you have a big pot of healthy soup ready to feed your family.
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Of course this isn’t the only thing you can make with dry beans. Here are a few more ideas. Dry black beans are a staple around here. They cook relatively quick (for dry beans), are very versatile, and most importantly delicious. I hope you and your family enjoy this black bean soup from dried beans as much as we do. Let me know in the comments how you like it and feel free to pin the recipe for later.
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