#SundaySupper: We’ve got you covered

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Happy Sunday! #SundaySupper has the coolest theme this week with ‘We’ve got you covered’.

At first I thought it was just about covered dishes (which would still be fabulous) but instead folks have made it about having people ‘covered’ as in; allergies, emergencies…all sorts of awesomeness.

Which had me thinking about last spring.  

Last spring I got bronchial pneumonia.  

I just couldn’t take time off of work and a small kiddo does not involve time off either.

And there to help me…my awesome neighbour.  Helping me with my wee doll, being encouraging, having meals together…you name it.  All the while struggling with fibromyalgia herself.  She had me covered and I do what I can to have her back too.

How do you say thanks enough for all that?  

A big pot of ham and bean soup made in the slowcooker is a start.  A small start.

White beans, ham, spinach, leeks, carrots, garlic, potatoes and ginger.

I love this recipe because it is lighter than a lot of bean soups that I’ve had before and let’s face-it, having a dump and turn on recipe is golden to us all.

 

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It starts to look good right away but you’ll need to wait.

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Just pour in milk to the rest of the mix and turn on your pot for 4 1/2 hours.

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Come back and be ready for a treat to share with those who really ‘have you covered’.

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#SundaySupper: We’ve got you covered

Ingredients

  • 2 1/2 cups cooked white beans (I did them in my my pressure cooker but this soup is equally as nice with canned beans)
  • 1 cup chopped ham
  • 1 1/2 cups each; diced potato, leeks and carrots
  • 1 tablespoon ginger
  • 2 garlic cloves
  • 1 cup chopped spinach
  • 1 cup milk
  • 1/2 teaspoon crushed chili
  • 5 cups chicken stock
  • 3/4 cup milk

Instructions

  1. Place everything in the slowcooker for 4 1/2 hours on high.
  2. Depending on your stock-you may need more salt at this point.
  3. Even more delicious the next day.
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Comments

  1. Great recipe and I just happen to have some leftover ham from Thanksgiving. What a great way to use it.

  2. I love all the spices in this warming dish, and what a lovely way to thank someone :)

  3. Great idea I have leftover turkey ham I need to use.

  4. Mmm – this sounds so perfect to me! I love the combo of veggies and the addition of ginger – such a great flavor!

  5. What a sweet post! I love how you gave back to your neighbor and I love how she helped you! I would love to receive a big bowl and your bean and ham soup!!

  6. Perfect timing! A friend brought me over a ham bone! Now I’m ready to go :)

  7. I can always use a good dump and cook recipe! This one looks great.

  8. That’s funny as I call this soup “Miracle Soup” as my neighbor has brought it to me when I was not feeling well and it made me feel so much better. Yours looks delicious!!

  9. This soup looks fantastic. Oh, and I just noticed your social media icons…those are so cute!!!

  10. Love this idea. I have been looking for more slow cooker recipes and this one is a must try!

  11. I’m glad you have such kind neighbors and the soup looks delish!

  12. Yum! We are always looking for new soup recipes and this sounds delicious.

  13. Mmm. Beautiful comfort bubbling in a slow cooker for Sunday Supper! Thank you for sharing this inspired
    recipe, Jane =)

  14. Wow, it’s so amazing when you realize that you have a friend like that. I’m so grateful to have that kind of friend. Thank you for sharing your story, and your recipe. I can hardly wait to try it, it looks soooooooo delicious! HUGS!

  15. Ham and bean soup is one of our absolute favorite cold weather meals! Especially when I have leftover ham with a bone to throw in the mix. I am asking myself why, oh, why, I’ve never thought to make it in the slow cooker. Your recipe looks lovely, Jane, and I can’t wait to try it.

  16. What a sweet neighbor! And lucky to be getting this delicious soup as a thank you!

  17. Perfect soup for a chilly winter evening!

  18. What a delicious soup!

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