Bean Counter Chowder
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Makes8 servings (2 quarts)
This was really tasty. Easy, fam liked it, I'll make again.
Maybe just me, but this didn't turn out well. Like previously stated, all the broth was soaked up. Lots of other fantastic ToH recipes so this one is a no for me.
Love this chowder it is one of my go to recipes!
This soup went together fast and the flavor was delish … sometimes I feel I have to slow cook my soups and stews for several hours to develop the flavor … not with this soup. I will be making again … and again.
I love this recipe. I've been making it for years. I also love the tweeks that some posters made to the recipe, and I use them, and I use my own. (I can't believe the first review is 10 years old!)
Since everyone seems to be having trouble with the macaroni soaking up the broth, I thought I'd join up and offer this advice. If you put the macaroni in NOT BOILING, it will not only not overcook it, it won't soak up so much of the broth. just add it at a fast simmer...you know what I mean? and do NOT return to a boil....the canned or jarred beans will cook just fine as well. :)
Very easy and quick dinner! Like another reviewer posted, the macaroni did soak up all of the liquid when we refrigerated the leftovers, so definitely make sure you have some extra broth if you're planning on leftovers.
Very tasty. I only added 2 cans beans instead of 3; only used 1 oz. pasta instead of whole cup (to save calories)
I loved the ease and quickness of this recipe. I had to add more broth for the leftovers since the macaroni absorbed quite a bit.
I made this and loved it. I used a can of diced tomatoes instead of a fresh one. I also added a very generous amount of chopped Kale to this and it turned out wonderful. This will stay on our menu.