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Category : The Four Legged       Region : Northeast ~ Great Lakes       Rating : 5
Mountian Soup

Contributor : Added by Administrator

Tribal Affiliation : WhiteEarth Rez ( Mother is Half Ojibwe and half sioux)

Orgin of Recipe : Offered by Brightstarwoman ... who learned this from Grandmas, and Aunties.

Type of Dish : Today's Native Dishes

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Ingredients

  • About 1-2 pounds of stew meat
  • salt and pepper if you chose
  • Patotoes cut in to fours (amount of patotos Vary use your judgement for right amount)
  • Garlic powder use judgement of how much you want in
  • fresh or caned Corn 1-2 cans
  • Fresh or caned Greenbeans 1-2 cans
  • Fresh or caned carrots 1-2 cans
  • Elbow mac 1-2 cups
  • One white onion
  • Soysauce about four to five good shakes

Directions

In large stew pot fill half full water add meat and all the seasonings,boil about 30 min,

While this is cooking you can prepare your veggies.

Add every thing except the Elbow mac,

Let cook for about a good hour, It also depends on stove type (not real sure why)

When meat and patotoes are real tender add the mac cook only untill the mac is done.

Also Add water as needed while soup is cooking,

Note: This soup is good for ceremonies, Pow-Wows , And just about any big event, it will feed a whole lotta people and fill you up at the same time.


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