Grand-Mere Soup

This following soup has got to be the easiest soup I’ve ever made. I found this beans, grains, and pastas mixture in bags at the supermarkets in Gatineau, Quebec, and they are called “grand-mere” soup mixture, which translated to “grandma’s soup”, so in a way or two I guess this is a French-Canadian kind of soup?

It’s pretty easy to make and all the goods from beans, grains, and pastas as one, are just filling, which can be heavy too, I guess?

We served it with hot sauce and egg rolls on the side.

Give this soup a try and see if you like it as well 🙂 If you cannot find the grand-mere soup mix, no fret, just use mixture of your favorite grains, pastas, beans, and soup base powder

Ingredients

5 cups of water
1 cup of canned tomatoes
3 tbsp of beef broth
1/2 cup of GD soup mix
seasoned salt, red ground pepper, to taste

Method

  • Mix all ingredients as one, stir occasionally, cook until GD soup mix ingredients went tender (such as lentil, rice etc)

Serve warm accompanied with fried beef wonton and hot sauce if desired.

Grand-Mere Soup

Ingredients

  • 5 cups of water
  • 1 cup of canned tomatoes
  • 3 tbsp of beef broth
  • 1/2 cup of GD soup mix
  • seasoned salt red ground pepper, to taste

Instructions

  • Mix all ingredients as one, stir occasionally, cook until GD soup mix ingredients went tender (such as lentil, rice etc)
  • Serve warm accompanied with fried beef wonton and hot sauce if desired.
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