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Monday, December 5, 2011

Food Storage Recipe - Ham & Au Gratin Potato Soup

This is another easy and frugal recipe that has ingredients that are always on the shelf.

I love this because it is so easy to make and is great with any kind of sandwich.

Ham & Potato Soup

1 box Au Gratin Potatoes

1 and a half cup of diced cooked ham - I use those low cost canned hams for all of my soups and beans. They are only about 2.50 for them at the dollar store.

half a cup of diced carrots

1/4 TSP of pepper

3 cups of water

2 cups of milk ( I do not think that powdered milk is too good for this recipe, so when I do not have milk I use my favorite stand-by of 1/2 cup of evaporated milk mixed with 1/2 cup of water. This makes 1 cup of whole milk. Plus cans of evaporated milk should be in your food storage.)

In a large saucepan , combine the potato slices , seasoning packet, ham, carrot, pepper, water, and milk. Bring it to a boil. Reduce the heat to medium. Cook until the potatoes are tender. Do not drain.

Eat and enjoy.

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