Ree Drummond took inspiration from her pantry when she created her 7 can soup recipe and it’s such a straightforward idea. The Pioneer Lady star defined how the simple semi-homemade soup will be shortly pulled along with the canned substances you’ve gotten available.
Ree Drummond’s best soup is made with 8 substances
Drummond shared her 7-can soup recipe in a 2015 weblog submit on The Pioneer Woman web site. The recipe additionally will get an improve with melty cheese, so it’s simply eight complete substances.
“I made this soup on my Food Network show a few weeks ago, and it’s seriously one of those recipes that makes a person say phrases like, ‘Uh…could you repeat that?’ and ‘Whaaaaa?’ and ‘Crazytown!’ and other questions/exclamations that convey surprise over how such a simple list of ingredients could result in something so, so good,” she wrote.
“7-Can Soup has been around for a long time, and no two recipes are identical, but they basically amount to this: 7 cans of whatever you want. Don’t drain the cans. Just violently throw them into the pot,” Drummond continued.
The Pioneer Lady star mentioned she stirs in cheese at the finish and jokingly warned, “My choice of cheese is a little intimidating in its level of sophistication, so I apologize in advance. Not.”
Drummond’s soup recipe is an easy go-to whenever you’re brief on time and inspiration
Drummond loves a straightforward recipe with store-bought shortcuts and her 7-can soup recipe is all about that. She shared the canned objects she utilized in her recipe, however mentioned, “you can change it up, swap, sub, switch… whatever cans you’d like to use!”
Drummond famous her “crazy choices,” which included: canned chili, canned corn, canned black beans, canned pinto beans, canned kidney beans, diced tomatoes, and Rotel diced tomatoes with diced inexperienced chilies.
“Everything will all make sense in a minute or two, when I actually add an eighth ingredient to the 7-can soup that isn’t even a canned ingredient at all, so come to think of it, it won’t make sense in a minute or two,” she famous.
The recipe couldn’t be simpler — you don’t even have to empty the liquid from the cans! Drummond poured the contents of the cans right into a pot and heated every part “to a gentle boil” earlier than decreasing the warmth and simmering the soup for 10 to 15 minutes.
Then The Pioneer Lady star shared her closing unfussy step that makes all the distinction. “And then? Throw in a hunk of Velveeta,” she defined. (*7*)
‘The Pioneer Woman’ star known as the recipe ‘a pantry miracle’
Whereas demonstrating tips on how to make the soup on an episode of The Pioneer Lady, Drummond shared that she was “whipping up one of my very favorite and easiest pantry recipes but there’s only one catch. I’m not going to allow myself any non-pantry cheese. Everything has to come from the pantry.”
“Seven can soup, what can I say? It’s pretty much a pantry miracle,” Drummond mentioned as she emptied the cans into the pot. “It’s amazing that seven cans of miscellaneous ingredients can go together to make such a delicious dinner.”
She added, “I did not promise that this was elegant or fancy. I did promise it’s easy and I’ll also promise it’s scrumptious.”
Drummond famous that the cheese is “optional,” including, “Some people like the base to be purely tomato and beans. I really like the creaminess of adding just a little bit of this cheese.”
The complete recipe is obtainable on the Food Network web site.