This one could also be named clean-out-the-fridge-soup, but white beans and sausage would be more appealing on a menu. I'm glad I am keeping track of recipes on this blog because often enough I need to search it when I am grocery shopping. Hoping Blogspot doesn't just go away because I'd be unhappy to lose all the recipes I have posted over the last 10 years.
Anyway, here is the cobbled together recipe.
White Bean, Corn and Sausage Soup
1 can of Cannelloni beans, drained
garlic, chopped finely
corn, sliced off the cob
chicken or vegetable broth
sausage or any leftover meat in the fridge
salt and pepper
Saute onions and garlic in olive oil. Once soft add corn and a cup of broth, cooking until corn is tender. About 10 minutes. Using immersion blender or a food processor, puree roughly half of the veggie mixture. Now add a drained can of cannelloni beans and more broth.
I had leftover smoked sausage so that was chunked up and tipped into the pot. To your taste add salt, pepper, smoked paprika, basil and a bay leaf. I put a touch of red pepper in but not enough to make it too spicy. I like a bit of a kick but not too much.
Linking up with Deb for Souper Sunday this week. Her post and yummy Congee, soupy rice, may be found Here. Hoping you are feeling better, Deb!!