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This is a recipe for a hearty, Amish style soup. Packed with good barley, brown rice and fresh vegetables. It is not only healthy, but tastes great! You may halve the recipe, but I like to make a large batch. We eat it a few nights, then freeze the rest for an easy meal another time. So convenient!
Total Time: Around 1 hour, 20 minutes prep included.
Yield: About 24 main dish servings.
Source: Modified from an idea at an Amish grocery store.
You got the salt and the sausage quantities mixed up. Otherwise this is the standard "Stewp". When the pot is half empty, you simply add more stuff, and different spices like chili or paprika or even curry. And smoked farmer sausage, of course. It has the fat needed to digest all the veggies, and it adds flavor and some salt. That is how you get away with so little salt.
If you add 4 cups of salt like the above recipe states, you can use it to melt the ice on your driveway, but not much else. Just exchange salt and sausage.
You're right, I did! That would be horrible...lol...hopefully everyone else will know to switch those too, thanks.:)