This simple crockpot creamy ham potato soup is a hearty, comforting dinner that’s always a family favorite crowd-pleaser any night it's served! Made right in your slow cooker, this decadently creamy soup is full of tender potatoes, savory ham, and is finished with rich heavy cream and sour cream!
Not sure what to do with all that leftover ham? This cheesy ham and potato soup will become your new go to ham soup recipe! Ready in 30 minutes or less, this hearty soup is just as easy as it is quick!
This easy to make Ham Chowder is a delicious way to use up any ham leftovers you may have! If you want to take this tasty soup to the next level, save that ham bone for starting this cheesy ham and potato soup! My creamy ham chowder is a soup that the whole family loves!
There is something so great about the fresh taste of celery and usually, it is relegated to being a small ingredient in a larger dish, like an ingredient in soup or salad or even as a minor character in spicy chicken wings. It never dawned on me to make it the focal point of a dinner salad until my good friend Mouna served it to us one night! From that point on, we were hooked, and we’ve enhanced the salad by adding blue cheese and toasted pecans and also incorporating some of the celery leaves, which are not only beautiful but add a flavor all of their own! They are slightly more bitter, but so fresh tasting and they make the salad a bit more complex in nature. This salad is so easy, and all you really need is a good potato peeler or a mandoline slicer if you have one, and your favorite vinaigrette. One of our favorites for this dish is our super light and Zesty White Balsamic (Dijon) Vinaigrette, but any bottled or your favorite homemade dressing will work great. So many options! If you have a dressing you love, please send it our way and we’ll give it a try!
The best thing about a joint of ham is all the leftovers and this leftover ham soup is undoubtedly one of the easiest and tastiest recipes to make with it. It's easy to adapt and perfect for a light healthy meal.
Instant Pot Split Pea Soup with Ham and Pancetta is a perfect way to use up leftover ham. It is super easy to make, packed with protein and fiber and super flavorful. You can make it in an Instant Pot or on the stovetop.
This is a hearty, satisfying soup that comes together for snow day, or quick weeknight soup in about 30 minutes.
This soup has all the ingredients (well, except sour cream which, I’m not really a fan of) of a loaded baked potato – baked potato topped with cheese, bacon and spring onions. When I was making this soup, the kitchen was filled with a wonderful aroma, it felt like I was in an American diner!...
Recipe Cream of artichoke instant pot - Do you like artichokes? Maybe you should try that easy soup using artichoke and potatoes. It should have an interesting taste and surprised your guest. recipe pressure cooker - recipe instant pot
This Ham and 15 Bean Soup is super easy to make in your Slow Cooker. A great way to use your leftover Ham Bone.
Chicken and Dumplings, just a big bowl of pure comfort! When it comes to chicken and dumplings recipes, it's hard to pick a favorite. This is a very simple recipe that your family will LOVE! Deli-roasted chicken, cream of chicken soup, and canned biscuits make a... #BossChickenandDumplings
You're only 30 minutes away from eating this super easy soup recipe! Chunks of potato and pieces of smoky bacon in a creamy soup will fight off that winter chill! Serve this old fashioned soup with hot rolls, crackers or even in a bread bowl!
How to make a Ham and Potato Soup. Ingredients: Serves 4-6 1 tablespoon unsalted butter1 medium sweet onion, diced1 medium carrot, peeled and diced3 cloves garlic, minced1 teaspoon dried Italian herbs1/4 teaspoon cracked red pepper flakessalt and pepper, to taste1 meaty leftover ham bone (or a meaty
An easy and healthy cabbage soup with lots of garlic and a little jalapeno to give it some heat.
1. In a dutch oven over medium heat melt butter and add garlic, carrots, celery and onion. Saute for 2 to 3 minutes.2. Add flour and cook stirring constantly about 5 minutes.3. Add the chicken broth, thyme, bay leaf and pepper. Stir and cook until it begins to boil.4. Add the ham and potatoes. Reduce to low heat and simmer until the liquid thickens and potatoes are tender stirring often, about 45 minutes.
One of the top most item in my favorites list is sweet corn chicken soup. Whenever we go out in the restaurants, I always end up ordering this Indo Chinese soup . Normally you use cream style corn in this recipe, but I have tried out without it, by using normal boiled sweet corn and believe me, it tasted superb. I have used only 1 egg for egg drop, but you can increase the number of eggs, which will give it more creamy texture. This recipe is quite simple, easy and very quick. To make it more healthy, you can omit soy sauce . So, let's get started with easy and healthy Chicken Sweet Corn Soup.
Amazingly tasty crockpot soup recipes are a wonderfully comforting, and completely satisfying, meal to have waiting for you at home! Simply combine your ingredients in the morning, head out the door, and trust that your slow cooker is working its magic!
This vegetable loaded potato soup with ham hock and petit pois features the traditional potato and meat with a twist of adding the smoke flafour that is so uniquely tasty.
How to make a Smoked Sausage and Potato Soup. Ingredients: Serves 6-8 24 ounces beef smoked sausage, sliced6 potatoes, peeled and diced3 bell peppers, diced6 ounces baby carrots1 cup diced onion1 Tablespoon minced garlic1 ounce packet ranch seasoning1 teaspoon salt1 teaspoon pepper10.5 ounces cream
This super easy-to-make Leftover Turkey Rice Casserole is a tasty use of your holiday turkey leftovers! The creamy turkey rice casserole is a great combination of long grain rice, turkey, cream of chicken soup, broccoli, and cheese with a crunchy, buttery Panko topping! Use any cooked turkey or chicken leftovers, pulled rotisserie chicken meat, or quickly pan-fry some chicken for this easy family dinner!