rich and hearty soup

The flavors of the American West are iconic, painting pictures of vast landscapes, the sounds of country music, and cowboys. The Slow Cooker Cowboy Soup takes you on a nostalgic journey back to those days, embodying the spirit of hearty meals that were essential for hard-working cowboys. This recipe provides warmth, comfort, and a mix of flavors that pay homage to traditional Western culinary delights.

Serving & Pairing Ideas

The robustness of the Cowboy Soup means it often stands strong as a solo dish. But, for an enriched dining experience:

Creaminess: Top with a dollop of sour cream or sprinkle some shredded cheddar cheese for a touch of indulgence.

Crunch: Serve alongside a rustic crusty bread or warm cornbread, capturing every last drop of the soup.

Freshness: A sprinkle of freshly chopped cilantro or green onions gives it a zesty kick.

Balance: Complement the rich and hearty soup with a light, crisp green salad on the side.

Recipe Essentials


Ground Beef: 2 pounds

Potatoes (peeled & diced): 4

Mixed Vegetables (canned, undrained): 2 cans

Sweet Corn (canned, undrained): 1 can

Condensed Tomato Soup: 1 can

Green Beans (canned, undrained): 1 can

Diced Tomatoes: 1 can

Sugar: 2 tablespoons

Salt & Pepper: To taste

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Browning the Beef: Over medium heat in a skillet, brown your beef. Remember to drain away the extra fat.

Layering: Transfer your beef to the slow cooker, and then add the potatoes, mixed veggies, sweet corn, tomato soup, diced tomatoes, and green beans.

Flavoring: Season with sugar, salt, and pepper. Give everything a good stir to ensure the flavors meld.

Slow Cooking: With the lid secured, cook on low for a comforting 4-6 hours or if you’re pressed for time, on high for 2-3 hours.

Serve: Once done, ladle out into bowls, and watch faces light up with the first sip.

Enjoy !

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