FOOD STORAGE RECIPE: ALPHABET SOUP


Today’s Food Storage Friday is a recipe from Brandy, over at The Prudent Homemaker. Brandy’s recipes are not only delicious, but I love they contain items that can be stored in your pantry! I think the weather might actually turn cold here soon as well, so soup is a wonderful and inexpensive dinner choice. Add in a loaf of fresh French bread and you’re set! Enjoy!

Alphabet Soup

1 can green beans
1 can corn
1 can {28 oz.} tomatoes
1/2 cup alphabet pasta
1 1/2 tbsp beef base
2 tsp dried onions
1 tsp granulated garlic
1/4 cup dried carrots, or 2-3 carrots, finely diced
pepper to taste
3 cups water

Directions:
Combine all items in a medium saucepan. If using fresh carrots, do not add pasta until the carrots are soft. If using dried carrots, you can put everything in at once.

Cook over medium heat for about 20 minutes, until carrots and pasta are cooked through. Though the alphabet pasta is small, it takes a surprisingly long time to cook.

Picture and recipe courtesy of The Prudent Homemaker. Please do not use without permission.

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