WILD RICE SOUP

rice-soupWILD RICE SOUP

I used to attended the First Baptist Church here and there was a man there used to make this soup for “covered dish lunch” (apparently the fancy term for potluck). This is a terrific soup for a cold winters day or any day really. I love it because you can make it quick 10 to 20 min while getting dressed(well have your son or husband stir it while it thickens and you do your make up) and throw it in a crock pot and run to church.

Ingredients:

3/4 cp wild rice, cooked according to package directions, rinsed, drained well
4 Tbls butter 11
1 sm. onion, minced
1/4 cp flour
4 cp chicken broth
1/2 tsp salt
1 cp half and half
2 Tbls Rice Wine Vinegar
1 cp ham cubes

Directions:

Saute onions in butter until clear. Blend in flour, then gradually add broth. Cook stirring constantly until thickened. Stir in rice, salt, and ham. Cook 5 min. Blend in half and half and vinegar. Heat to serving temperature or put in a crock pot on low if your headed to Sunday School, medium or high if you skipped Sunday School and are headed straight to church.

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