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Old 10-03-2017, 02:05 PM
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Default Cabinet Cleaning Soup

One of my families traditions is cabinet cleaning soup, which is an always varying dish of prizes from the cabinet or freezer

This weekend's version
2 lbs pork carnitas stew meat, browned
1 can sliced beets
1 large jar mushrooms
1 can mild Rotel
1 can Mexican style Rotel
2 cans whole tomatoes, sliced
2 cans new potatoes (1 sliced in can, other sliced after)
1 quart box bone broth
1 can sweet peas
1 large sweet onion
1 can baby corn nuggets
Splashes of Worcestershire sauce, chili powder, cayenne pepper and pink salt

Combine in stock pot and simmer a good while till ingredients tender
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Old 10-22-2017, 03:35 AM
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I must confess, I'm curious how that tasted?
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Pretty good. Had never used beets in soup before but worked well. They do become rather more clear.
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Except for the peas and corn, it looks like you made borscht.
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