Slow Cooker Bacon Cheeseburger Soup

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Enjoy this Slow Cooker Bacon Cheeseburger Soup recipe made in a slow cooker that will produce a fabulous soup for you and the family for dinner tonight. This particular Slow Cooker Bacon Cheeseburger Soup recipe is a great one, not only for the made from scratch aspect, but also because the site, Big Bears Wife, that provides this soup recipe, recommends ranges of ingredients. For example, the first ingredient listed is bacon. The recipe suggests that you consider using any where from eight ounces to 16 ounces of bacon. That means you can adjust the amount of bacon that you put in to the recipe to meet the needs or desires of whoever it is that you are preparing this dish for. It is always great when recipes give you plenty of options in order to customize the dish for you and your family.

There are plenty of ingredients to this recipe, so use the practice of mise en place, or putting in to place, a French baking and cooking practice. This method has you take out all of the ingredients that you will need for any one recipe and set them out in the order that you will use them. In this way, before you begin, you know whether or not you even have everything that you might need for the recipe. As well, setting them out in the order that you will use them will allow you to not forget or overlook adding something that you need in the recipe. You might be surprised how easy it is to forget to add an ingredient when you do not have it out and in front of you as you prepare some dinner dish. So try this method with this Slow Cooker Bacon Cheeseburger Soup recipe, and see how well it organizes and helps you to prioritize what you are making.

The other advantage to this recipe, of course, is that it is made with a slow cooker. Slow cookers were invented or developed based on the practice of Jewish housewives who put their food in the dying embers of their oven fires on the night of the Sabbath. They did this because their customs did not allow them to cook or even turn on an oven on the Sabbath. So in order to have some dinner for that day, the night before, they would prepare the next day’s meal and leave it to cook slowly during the night in the turned off heat from the ovens. The result was juicy and moist, super tender meat and chicken and fish. The slow cooker copies that method, and so you can be sure this soup will be really fabulous. Enjoy it!

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