Triumph Dining Ad

Wednesday, April 8, 2009

Accidental Soup

On Sunday morning I put some food in the crockpot for lunch. I meant to turn it down to low before we left, but I forgot, and so it sat on high heat for 6 hours. When we came home, my daughter took a look at it and exclaimed, "You made soup?! Yum!"

... I didn't mean to make soup. But it was super yummy as a soup/stew, so that's how we ate it. I pulled out the meat, stripped it off the bones, and stirred it back in.

Enjoy!

Ingredients:
approx. 2 lb chicken pieces
garlic powder
pepper
gf seasoned salt
oregano
dried onion flakes
2 cans tomato sauce
1 can each green beans and corn
4 carrots, peeled and thick-sliced
1 green pepper, chopped


Preparation:
1. layer chicken in crockpot, seasoning with the garlic, pepper, salt, oregano, and onion flakes
2. add chopped vegetables and pour tomato sauce over everything
3. accidentally cook on high for 6 hours :)
4. If needed, remove bones and skin
5. stir well to break up meat into small pieces
6. if sauce is too thick for your taste, add some gf chicken broth to thin

Like this recipe? Check out the other ones in our group this week: What's For Dinner Wednesday's

11 comments:

Gina said...

I love accidents that end up tasting really good. Thanks for the soup idea!

Linda said...

That sounds great! I'm glad you were still able to enjoy the meal,and now you have new soup recipe.

WendyGK said...

Saving dinner seems to be a theme this Wednesday. :) Three of us did it.

Shanda said...

Love it! We've had accidental meals before too - some great; others...

Thanks for the recipe! BTW, I got an awesome recipe for gluten free peanut butter cookies over at "The Blessed Nest."

Here is the link if you are interested! http://theblessednest.blogspot.com/2009/04/yum-yummy-yummers.html

I was going to just make them for you and bring them last Sunday, but...(Sorry! The week got away from me!)

Babyfro said...

That sounds like a really happy accident.

thewholegang said...

Don't you just love kids. Sometimes they help us see what great things we've created when we get out or our own way. Cool soup! Cool kid!

Ida said...

Some of our best meals have been happy accidents.

Wendy said...

love those accidents. sounds great! and I love cooking in the crockpot.
thanks for sharing.

Brian said...

Sounds like a great combination of flavors. Soup / stew, what's the difference if it tastes good right. Thanks for sharing

Mark said...

So I'm just gonna toss all the leftovers from the fridge in a pot, add some black pepper, and simmer for six hours.

glutenfree4goofs said...

I love it! The best food in my house comes from mistakes, otherwise I overthink it!

Blog Widget by LinkWithin