Stovetop ham soup makes a hearty dinner and is a great use for leftover ham. Full of healthy fiber from white beans and whole grain wild rice.
While I’m recuperating from surgery, I have some great blogging friends who are helping me out by providing delicious recipe posts like this one for you. Today’s stovetop ham soup recipe is from my talented friend Ann. She’s the owner behind the recipe blog, Sumptuous Spoonfuls.
Ann describes her cooking style this way:
“Sumptuous Spoonfuls is a collection of eclectic, healthy and delicious recipes. I want food that makes my taste buds sing and my body feel good, so I take recipes and “healthify” them. I often cut the sugar and fat, but I want the result to taste so good that you can’t tell the difference. I draw from many different styles and ethnicities when I cook, and I don’t follow any rules. It doesn’t have to be “authentic” in my book … it just has to taste mouthwatering good.”
After you get her stovetop ham soup recipe, please be sure to head over to Ann’s website and check out her delicious recipes!
You may have seen our post from earlier this week, when we shared a slow cooker ham soup recipe with you. Unlike that recipe, this soup is intended to be made on top of the stove, but it could easily be adapted to be made in a slow cooker as well.
We hope that you enjoy this stovetop ham soup recipe!