This hearty potato and bean soup is the perfect dish when you are craving a “comfort food” meal. Satisfying and delicious!
You know those times when you are just craving a good bowl of soup?? I don’t know about you, but it’s not only in the winter for me!
I love a good bowl of hearty soup all year round.
This hearty potato and bean soup will satisfy any craving you have. I can promise you that. ;)
It is so delicious and checks all the boxes, for sure.
Potato and Bean Soup
Okay, let me tell you about this hearty potato and bean soup, y’all.
It is THE easiest recipe you will ever make. (minus cutting the potatoes…but after that, ridiculously EASY!!)
So, cut your potatoes, celery and onion.
Add them to a large pot along with the beans, garlic, seasonings (<<< this particular seasoning) and chicken or veggie broth.
Cover and cook over medium heat until the potatoes are tender but not mushy.
You can also use dairy milk if you are not dairy free or lactose intolerant.
All of the flavors of this dish…the onions, celery, beans, seasonings and potatoes come together so nicely.
This potato and bean soup will be one you will go for time and time again!
If you don’t want the chunks of potatoes, celery, onion and beans, you could also choose to blend the entire dish so that it is creamy smooth.
That is an alternative way to prepare this that makes it super versatile.
I personally LOVE all the chunks! ;) That is just hearty goodness right there. ;)
I hope you enjoy this! We sure do. :)
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- 1 32 oz Chicken or Vegetable Broth
- 28 oz honey gold baby potatoes, cut into quarters
- 1 can white navy beans, rinsed
- 1/2 can coconut milk
- 1 T Herbs de Provence
- 1 stalk celery, diced
- 1 small onion, diced
- 3 large cloves, crushed
- 1 tsp pepper
- salt to taste
Wash and cut the potatoes into quarters. Dice celery, onions and crush garlic.
Add all of that to a large pot along with the broth and seasonings.
Cover and cook over medium/low heat until the potatoes are somewhat tender (not mushy).
Add the coconut milk.
Use a stick blender to blend a small portion of the soup. You can do this right inside the large pot or you can remove some, blend it and then return it to the pot. If you like, you can blend the entire pot and create a "creamy" based soup instead of a "chunky" based one. Very versatile!
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Get the recipe here >>> Southern Chicken and Pastry
Have a wonderful rest of the week!
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