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Cheeseburger Soup Recipe
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Posted by DishragDiarist on January 9, 2012 in Book Reviews, Main Dishes/ Meals, Recipes, Resource Referrals with 4 Comments

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I guess I’m on a roll with soups and stews. This is one my family loves. It’s super quick, cheap, makes a lot and freezes well. It comes from one of my absolute favorite cookbooks, Simple Food {for winter}. Our bodies crave seasonal eating and this cookbook makes it so easy (and kid-friendly). It’s available in hard or soft copy. Check it out!

Cheeseburger Soup

*1 cup diced carrots (about 2)
*1 cup diced celery (about 4 stalks)
*1 cup diced onion (about 1 medium)
*2 pounds grass-fed ground beef
*2 pounds potatoes or turnips, diced
*4 cups homemade stock
*1/3 cup organic ketchup
*1/4 cup organic mustard
*Sea salt and pepper to taste

For serving/ enzyme pairing: Grated raw cheddar cheese (about 2 cups), creme fraiche (recipe in book!) or raw sour cream, lacto-fermented dill pickles, raw onions

1. Place a Dutch oven over medium heat. Once hot add ground beef and cook with sea salt and pepper until well browned. Add diced onions, carrot, celery and potato (or turnips) and season with salt.

2. Add stock to pot and bring to a simmer. Cover and simmer 10-15 minutes or until vegetables are tender. Remove from heat. Stir in ketchup and mustard and taste for seasoning, adding salt and pepper if necessary.

3. Serve bowls topped with a big dollop of creme fraiche, raw cheese and chopped pickles. Other burger toppings such as bacon and onions are also delicious.

Do you go on a soup kick in the winter? What are some of your favorite warm-up meals?

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  1. NormanoJanuary 9, 2012 - 9:20 am #1

    make it soon!!!

  2. noelleJanuary 11, 2012 - 8:46 am #2

    delicious!! i was lucky enough to have all of the ingredients in the house for dinner last night. except the pickles, i bet that was a good addition.

  3. AngelaJanuary 24, 2012 - 3:26 pm #3

    Yummy! I added some small shell noodles to it as well. Very tasty and a keeper for our house.

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