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Amish Church Soup



Amish Church Soup

This simple soup recipe is one of the best quick and easy Amish recipes you can find. Try this Amish Church Soup for lunch or alongside dinner. It's perfect for anyone who's on a budget, too. It calls for only five ingredients! This one pot recipe is an awesome 30 minute meal that you'll turn to again and again. It doesn't get any easier than this.

  • 1 onion, chopped
  • 1/2 stick of butter
  • 3 cups cooked navy beans
  • 4 cups milk
  • bread, cut into bite sized pieces
  • salt and pepper to taste
  1. In a large pot brown chopped onion in butter. Add beans and milk.
  2. Bring just to the boiling point. Add bread cubes and salt and pepper to taste.


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Jan 18, 2015

Don't the beans have to be presoaked first?


Mar 17, 2014

This is a very good recipe. Old one designed to stretch the food dollar. The milk is way too high at 4Q...more like 4 c. I have always enjoyed the taste. I also serve it with garlic crusty bread for dipping. You need to give this a try. Creamy and comforting. Thanks for the post.


13 Ratings

Nov 10, 2013

How does it get a five star rating, when no one made it to let others know their opinion regarding taste, etc. Anyone out there ever tasted it? I'm having trouble with the idea of milk and beans, but it does sound like a possibly tasty meal.


Sep 20, 2013

Makes 4 Quarts?....


Sep 16, 2013

Surely, ya'll meant 4 cups of milk, not 4 quarts, right?


Sep 16, 2013

U r rite quick and easy and delish!! Any recipes can b halved.


Sep 12, 2013

I live in England what are Navu beans.


Aug 30, 2013



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