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Someone posted a reciepe for soup; just put the cans of the veggies in a pan and heat.
If you are looking for a recipe for soup, here's one for "Seven Can Soup" from the famous Pioneer Woman that was easy to find:
I have no idea what Rotel is so you are on your own about this recipe but according to what Ree Drummond wrote you can kind of "wing it" when it comes to your choice of cans of ingredients. Open your cupboard doors and go on a treasure hunt, I guess.
Not my style of cooking but if it works for you, go ahead ...
Rotel tomatoes are canned tomatoes with a little hint of heat. A Southern favorite, the spice comes from green chiles that have been fire-roasted, diced and stirred into the simmering tomatoes. Rotel tomatoes are a vital ingredient in queso and make a delicious addition to tortilla soup.
I have heard of Rotel, but never used it. Not my style of cooking either
Thank you Judy; that is not the recipe. No chilli and no hot stuff. One thing I remember was progresso vegatable soup.
I joke sometimes that with my Irish-German ancestry I seem to be missing the DNA that appreciates any foods with green chili peppers as an ingredient.
Ree Drummond seems to think you can create a 7 can soup using six cans of anything as long as you add some chunked-up Velveeta at the end.
With that spirit of adventure you could tackle a soup the same way you could tackle a scrap quilt; just call it "Scrap Soup". Throw together canned corn, canned green beans, a can of French onion soup, canned tomatoes and whatever other canned vegetable you like (diced new potatoes, lima beans, kidney beans, etc.) and then toss in some shredded cheddar or whatever cheese strikes your fancy ...
If you have lots of great garlic bread to go with it you can't go wrong. LOL
Me too. I'm not a big fan of chili peppers either. I grew up with a lot of Slovak food. good old meat and potatoes, breads , and noodle dishes. Sounds healthy doesn't it?
one can Nacho cheese soup
one can cream of chicken soup
one can Rotel or can diced tomatos w/ green chiles
one can chicken stock or one cup bullion made
one can cooked chicken
one can rinsed black beans
dump together heat and simmer 20 minutes or
dump together refrigerate overnight heat n eat