Bean Soup Starter

Put together your own blend of beans, legumes, and grains for your bean soup. Store-bought varieties of bean soup mixes often contain artificial flavors, preservatives and anti-caking agents such as silicon dioxide. By making your own, you can control what goes in. You can make it gluten-free by switching out the barley for lima beans, chickpeas, millet or any of your favorites. Divide this mix-up and use it in our New Year Bean Soup recipe. Makes an excellent gift too! Just put in a mason jar and attach the recipe to the jar! Use in this New Years Bean Recipe.

AuthorLaurie PawlaczykCategoryDifficultyBeginner
Yields10 Servings
 1 lb barley (preferably not use instant) omit for gluten free
 1 lb black beans
 1 lb red beans
 1 lb pinto beans
 1 lb navy beans
 1 lb great northern beans
 1 lb lentils
 1 lb split peas (yellow or green)
 1 lb black-eyes peas
1

Sort through each bag of beans/legumes in a bowl to ensure there are no stones or debris then transfer into a very large bowl until they are all combined.

2

Mix all beans, legumes and grains well and divide into 10 portions approximately 2 cups each. Pint-sized mason jars and zippered sandwich bags work well. Use in our New Year Bean Soup recipe.

Ingredients

 1 lb barley (preferably not use instant) omit for gluten free
 1 lb black beans
 1 lb red beans
 1 lb pinto beans
 1 lb navy beans
 1 lb great northern beans
 1 lb lentils
 1 lb split peas (yellow or green)
 1 lb black-eyes peas

Directions

1

Sort through each bag of beans/legumes in a bowl to ensure there are no stones or debris then transfer into a very large bowl until they are all combined.

2

Mix all beans, legumes and grains well and divide into 10 portions approximately 2 cups each. Pint-sized mason jars and zippered sandwich bags work well. Use in our New Year Bean Soup recipe.

Bean Soup Starter
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