Day 2 soup - Bacon and baked bean soup.
This soup uses Day 1 soup as it's base therefore it is important to have some left over Day 1 soup before you start. Bacon and Bean soup is cheap and nourishing, I have served it to French friends who now often ask for it if they are co
MethodIn a heavy base non stick pan fry the bacon bits in their own fat until cooked and some are nice and crisp. At this stage if there is too much excess fat drain it off but not all of it, keep just a little.d Stir in the baked beans, they will sizzle well and begin to absorb the remaining fat. Squeeze in a small amount of tomato puree and blend gently, don't bash up the beans. Now add 1 1/2 - 2 ladles per person of Day 1 soup and heat through stiring gently. The soup will turn a rich dark colour as the stiring loosens all the bits from the side of the pan and the bacon and beans impart their flavour. Check the seasoning and serve.
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