Sausage Bean Chowder Recipe

Make a Big Pot of Sausage Bean Chowder and Share with Your Neighbors!

This sausage bean chowder is wonderful on those cold winter nights! It’s easy to make and serves a family of four easily. Double the recipe and share with neighbors. More often than not, though, my husband brings in his group of golfers for chowder!

One of the best soup ideas I have ever seen is a soup night drop in! Make 3-4 kinds of soups and chowders and invite the neighbors to drop by for a bowl of soup. My friend, Tammy, does this on Christmas Eve. Great to have plenty of hot food ready for all to enjoy!

PS – This is even better as a left-over! So make the day before you plan to serve!

Sausage Bean Chowder Recipe

Serves: 6
Ingredients

1/2 pound bulk pork sausage
1 16 oz can kidney beans
1 1/2 cups canned tomatoes. (I just use two regular size cans)
2 cups water
1 small onion, chopped
1 bay leaf
3/4 teaspoon of salt
1/4 teaspoon garlic salt
1/4 teaspoon thyme
1/8 teaspoon pepper
1/2 cup diced potatoes
1/4 cup chopped green peppers
Instructions

Cook pork sausage in skillet until brown. Pour off fat. In large pot, combine all ingredients except potatoes and green peppers. Simmer, covered, one hour. Then add potatoes and green peppers and cook another 45-60 minutes or until potatoes are tender. Remove bay leaf and serve.

Big Soup Pots and Soup Bowls

Sausage Bean Chowder is the Best!

Be sure you have a big pot for making your chowder if you double the recipe. And plenty of soup bowls. We like Southern cornbread or saltine crackers with ours.

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Serving Suggestions for Sausage Bean Chowder

Serve sausage bean chowder with hot cornbread on a cold winter day!

Tip: Add a pinch of sugar to your cornbread mix for crunchy crust!
And use a seasoned iron skillet for the cornbread for best results!

Put leftovers in the freezer for a day when you are too tired to cook! It will taste even better then. Imagine coming home in the cold, rainy or snowy, weather, and reaching in the freezer for a pot of sausage bean chowder. It will take only minutes to get it piping hot! It will warm you through and through!

Soup Bowls & Serving Spoons

Serve soup in these attractive bowls with adequate serving utensils to make the experience of eating soup even more enjoyable.

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  1. Oh I love your Sausage Bean Chowder and remember the first time I ever had it at your house. Mine is never as good as yours. It is so delicious!

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