Famous Bologna Soup
This soup is cheap and easy to make, but surprisingly delicious. I accidently
discovered this recipe one day when I had nothing
else in the house to cook. I was astonished at how good it was, and you will be, too.
The ingredients are shown except water.
Let it boil slowly until the potatoes are soft. It is ready to eat,
except the potatoes will burn the roof of your mouth if you don't let it cool a bit.
- Use a very large pot. Put some water in it
and start it heating. You may need to add more water after adding the ingredients if they are
not covered by the water.
- Cut the potatoes into bite-size pieces. Peal them or not.
Put them into the pot.
- Cut the onions up into small pieces. Put them into the pot.
- Cut the bologna into
bite-size pieces. Put them into the pot.
- Open the large can of tomatoes. Put them into the pot.
- Add more water if needed.
- Add salt and pepper if desired (See below).
I do not salt and pepper mine, but my husband likes his with salt and pepper.
Unless the whole family agrees on the salt and pepper, it is best to let each add them
as desired in his individual serving. Saltine crackers are not shown, since they are not
ingredients for the soup, but most like the soup with crackers. It is also good with corn bread.