Super Heavy Soup

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Introduction: Super Heavy Soup

About: If you find yourself reading this hit me up if you are nearby. We can hang out and make something awesome.

This is my version of Super Heavy Soup that the guys at the firehouse love. It has meat and tons of vegetables and is absolutely delicious. This can also be made without the meat and still serve 5 adults! This has all the nutrients you will need to keep you healthy and active! Because it is made in the crockpot, it can be eaten at any time and will stay hot all day. Great for Firefighters!

Cooks in 4 hrs!

Step 1: Gather Your Ingredients.

Start by washing your vegetables!

For this recipe you will need:

- Spinach

- 8 Sweet Peppers

- 2 lbs. Ground beef

- 1/2 an Onion

- 2 lbs. Tomato

- 32 oz. Mixed Vegetables

- 8 oz. Lima Beans

- 2 Ears of corn

- Salt & Pepper

- Oregano

- Beef seasoning

- Parsly Flakes

*Optional* Avacado & Wontons

*Optional* Use a beer instead of water

Step 2: Cook Ground Beef & Onion

Chop 1/2 your onion up real good and cook it with your 2 lbs. of ground beef (season your beef now). As this is cooking you can add some salt & pepper. Continue to stir as it cooks. When it is brown you are done and you can add it to your slow cooker!

Step 3: Chop & Dice

1. Chop and dice all of your vegetables and add them to your slow cooker.

2. Add 2.5 cups of water (or beer) or as much as is needed, so that you can see the water amongst the other ingredients.

3. Add your seasonings and mix everything together.

4. Cook for 4 hrs.

Step 4: Serving

You can add avocado and wontons to the top if you like.

Great Job! Enjoy!

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    2 Comments

    Looks like extremely satisfying winter food. Yum.

    Doing this this weekend