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Today on Homestead Homebodies, we show you how to make a winter soup that's fast and easy!

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March 24th, 2018.   :pointing-down-smiley-emoticon:


Soup So Easy!

Today on Homestead Homebodies, we show you how to make a winter soup that's fast and easy!

We start by adding some olive oil to a soup pot over medium heat. We chop an onion and add it to the pot once the oil is hot. A sprinkle of salt will help the onion cook faster.

We are using a soup mix that includes yellow and red lentils, peas and rice, as well as some barley. We add one cup of the mix to the pot followed by 6 cups of beef broth. You can use chicken stock or vegetable bouillon as well.

Once our stock has been added, we put in two jars of tomato's we canned from our garden.

Now it's time to add some additional flavoring. We started with some dried dill from our garden, a few shakes of cayenne, some cumin, turmeric, garlic powder, and a really good stirring.

Bring it to a simmer for about 90 minutes, and you're done!

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