I made these recipes up. One time when my son was a baby, I had a Knorr's baby soup or something with a petrified carrot in it, and so wrote them. They mailed me a year's supply of soup; and voila, those two recipes were born!
This could be cheaper without the Soup Mix, but if you are working, tired, want an anti-depressant way of making something quick (no work), it's good.
Saute the carrots and celery and onion (Someone's grandmother did this in Ukraine), set aside.
Cover lentils with water, put in package soup; one envelope. Peel potato, cut and put in soup. Put in sauteed veggies. Cover, cook for 45 minutes to 1 hour. When potato is soft, I add some Balsamic vinegar and, if I want, lemon juice. Cook for another 20 minutes.
The recipe was made up originally with just meat, evaporated milk, and leek soup; and very tasty and rich, but I had everything I have to stretch it. People like it
I think these are both relatively heart healthy as that's my concern and not overall pricey.
By Esther from Pasadena, CA
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