It’s winter where I live and that means cold weather and snow! Cold weather means warm food, and warm food equals soup, so here is my second soup of the winter season. (Pumpkin Maple Soup was my first!) 🙂
It’s easy to throw this soup together because I often have cooked rice, cooked beans and homemade vegetable stock on hand. I used the Instant Pot to make all these things, but the soup is made on the stove.
Oh, and if you want to try Marcella beans, you can find them at Rancho Gordo. Any cannellini type bean will do for this recipe…..use canned and rinsed beans if you don’t have cooked beans on hand.
Here is the recipe for White Bean and Rice Soup!! I hope you enjoy it too!
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