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This is a wonderful savory and satisfying soup.  This recipe will make 2 meal size servings or 4 side servings.

 

1 large green bell pepper

1 large red bell pepper

1 small onion

2 medium yellow squash

3/4 cup fresh small broccoli florets 

4 oz of cooked breakfast sausage (pre-cooked weight)

1 1/3 cups of milk

1 1/3 cups of water

2 beef bullion cubes

black pepper and cayenne pepper to taste

 

Slice and steam the squash, you want it mushy.  Slice the peppers and onions and saute in oil until tender but not over done.  Now combine everything in to a medium pan and slowly bring to a slow boil stirring often.  Reduce temp and simmer until the broccoli is tender.  Serve hot and top with grated hard cheese such as Parmesan.  Enjoy!

 

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