Friday, October 5, 2012

Slow Cooker Anasazi Bean and Cabbage Soup Recipe from Kalyn's Kitchen

Anasazi Bean and Cabbage Soup
Anasazi beans are easier to digest than many types of beans and this Anasazi Bean and Cabbage Soup is delicious.  (Photo from Kalyn's Kitchen.)

(For Friday Favorites we spotlight past recipes that you may have missed, and this recipe using Anasazi beans is one of my all-time favorite slow cooker recipes!)

If you're not familiar with Anasazi Beans, they're a delightful speckled bean that turn pinkish-purple when they're cooked.  In this tasty Anasazi Bean and Cabbage Soup from Kalyn's Kitchen the beans are soaked overnight and then they cook all day in the slow cooker with onions, celery, carrots, cabbage, and diced ham.

I hope you enjoy trying this from-scratch slow cooker recipe!  Use this link to get the recipe for Anasazi Bean and Cabbage Soup from Kalyn's Kitchen.

More Ideas with Beans in the Slow Cooker:
Vegetarian Chipotle Baked Beans from The Perfect Pantry
Turkey White Bean Pumpkin Chili from Skinnytaste
Spicy Black Beans and Tomatoes from Budget Bytes
Red Beans and Rice from In the Kitchen with Kath
Green Turkey Chili with Cannellini Beans and Corn from Worth the Whisk 

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4 comments:

  1. Always looking for bean soup recipes!

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  2. This soup looks absolutely delicious. And so easy to put together.

    I really like this new blog venture Kalyn.

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  3. Thanks CJ, and so glad you like the new blog!

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