It is Soup weather and Honig Dutch Soup Mixes are easy and delicious!

Brrrrr...  It is so cold here in the PNW- and it is snowing, hailing and raining at the same time.  It's the way we roll up here.  We are also continuing to roll with the soup posts because we will be having a soup tasting soon.  Today I am featuring two hearty soup mixes from Honig, Holland.  The first is Brown Bean Soup which is delicious on its own or with added sausage slices.
Honig Brown Bean Soup Mix
Honig Brown Bean Soup- One package soup mix, 6 cups cool water, 1 dutch style sausage, 1 medium onion, chopped. Combine Brown Bean Soup Mix with 6 cups of water in a medium pan. Bring to a boil. Add chopped onions (optional). Reduce heat and simmer for 20 minutes. Add sliced sausage. Simmer an additional 10 minutes. Serve with whole wheat buns. Serves 6. Ingredients: Yeast extract, wheat flour, dehydrated vegetables (tomato, carrot, onions,leek celery), brown beans, wheat flour, potato starch, salt, partially hydrogenated palm oil, skimmed milk powder, herbs, spices, artificial flavor and color, citric acid powder, pepper, pimento, laurel, clove, cayenne, color 150c, citric acid (lemon).





Honig French Mushroom Soup Mix
 If you would like a soup that is a little lighter we have the Honig French Mushroom Soup Mix.  This delightful soup is seasoned with mace, bay leaf and clove so it is unlike any American Mushroom soup that I have had. 

Honig French Mushroom Soup is a delicious, creamy soup filled with delicious pieces of mushroom. The lightly seasoned soup tasts like homemade, adding 150g of freshly sliced mushrooms will add even more flavor.  1.Put 1.5 liters of cold water in a saucepan and while stirring with a whisk, add packet contents. 2.Keep stirring the soup and bring to a boil, then put the lid on the pan (not completely closed). 3.With occasional stirring, let the soup simmer 10 minutes.  Product of Honig, Holland 3.2oz=6 servings.

Stary warm and enjoy some soup tonight!

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