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Earl Chinnici’s Vegetable Beef Ramen Chili Soup
15 OZ can of Mixed Vegetables (drained & rinsed) 10.5 OZ can of Vegetable Beef Condensed Soup 15.5 OZ can of Chili Beans 3 OZ package of Beef Flavor Ramen Noodle Soup Approximately 6 cups of water (2 cups to cook noodles plus about 4 cups for consistency and to help harvest the spices stuck to the side of the can of chili beans—15.5 OZ times 2 equals 3.875 cups) Directions:
Carefully beat unopened package of soup with sturdy ice cream scoop or similar device until noodles are evenly crushed but not entirely pulverized. Bring 2 cups of water to a boil in a large stainless steel pot. Add crushed noodles (but not seasoning packet) to water and boil 3 minutes stirring often. Add the vegetable beef soup, mixed vegetables, chili beans, additional water, and contents of the seasoning packet that comes with the noodles. Return to a boil, stirring often to avoid burning and thoroughly mix ingredients. Remove from heat. Cover and allow 5 to 10 minutes for good measure. Enjoy.