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The title says it all. I bought some 10 bean soup from the bulk bin and was going to cook it with some onion and carrots and veggie broth, but what spices should I add? I'm a horrible cook and don't want to ruin the soup when I make it! (I'm making 2 cups of dried bean soup)
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Depends on what taste you'd like.
You can't really go wrong with garlic, basil, pepper, salt, rosemary. I would also add some tomato product. Either paste or canned tomatoes maybe

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I add garlic, pepper and 1 tablespoon cumin. Spicy but not really hot, more of a smoky flavor.

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veggie broth
bay leaf
poultry seasoning
a little cayenne pepper
dash liquid smoke
s and p
minced garlic
diced carrots, celery and onion

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Thanks! I went with cocoanib's suggestions. It's in the crock pot right now! I'll let you know how it turned out tomorrow!
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you could also add miso paste for some depth with those herbs and spices.

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it was a hit! Thanks! And what a cheap meal too!
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it was a hit! Thanks! And what a cheap meal too!
So glad you enjoyed it! I make it this way for a cafe I volunteer at and folks always love it.
Simple, but yummy

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Couldn't resist adding my all-time favorite bean spices: turmeric, ginger, cumin, and fenugreek. I like to cook the in olive oil then add the whole mixture to whatever beans or lentils I'm cooking.

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