Hispanic Three Beans Soup
A typical three beans soup with a kick.
- 1 can Black beans
- 1 can Red Kidney beans
- 1 can Roman beans
- 1 fresh tomato
- 1 Medium red onion
- 1 Chicken broth cube
- Ground Black peppers
- Red peppers flacks
- 1/2 lb. Of Cooked ham
- Garlic paste
- Homemade Sofrito
- 1 pack Sazon Goya
- 45 oz. Of water
Rinse and dry each beans and place them all on a container.
Diced the ham, tomato and the onion and place them on separate containers.
In the saucepan, add 2 spoonful of oil and put it on medium fire.
When the oil is ready place the diced ham and the block of chicken broth on the saucepan.
Mixed well until the ham is brownish colored. Then add the onion and a spoonful of garlic paste. Mixed well.
Then add the fresh diced tomato into the saucepan. Then stir it again.
Next, add 45 oz. of water. Then add a pinch of salt, black pepper, and red peppers flecks (to give the soup a little kick). Mixed well. Wait until boiled.
This is optional but test the soup to see if you need to add more salt and/or black pepper.
Next, while its boiling add a spoonful of homemade Sofrito and one package of Sazon Goya. Then stir.
If you want, you can eat the soup with either a piece of bread or some tostones.
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