Portuguese bean soup hawaii instapot

Experience the authentic flavors of Hawaii with these delicious Portuguese Bean Soup recipes made in Instapot. Discover the perfect blend of ingredients and spices to create a hearty and comforting meal for your family.
Foodies, Soup Recipes, Portuguese Bean Soup, Portuguese Soup, Portuguese Sausage, Portuguese Food, Soup, Bean Soup Recipes, Bean Soup

Portuguese Bean Soup is a popular local Hawaii soup. The key ingredients are Portuguese sausage, smoked ham hocks, and macaroni. It's a hearty soup that can easily be a meal! Portuguese Bean Soup, ready to serve and eat. What Is Portuguese Bean Soup? Fyi, I’ve included affiliate links below. I may earn a small commission...Read More

AvatarC
Christina
This is the Portuguese Bean Soup that is sold at the  annual Punahou Carnival which is always held in February. It it thick, and delicious!  I found this recipe in the Honolulu Starbulletin and have used it with  a  large ham bone (leftover from Easter dinner) instead of ham hocks.  Also, in Hawaii, we can find Portuguese sausage which is the same as linguica sausage. Foods, Eten, Yummy, Yum, Kochen, Goodies, Ono Kine Recipes, Foodie, Rezepte

This is the Portuguese Bean Soup that is sold at the annual Punahou Carnival which is always held in February. It it thick, and delicious! I found this recipe in the Honolulu Starbulletin and have used it with a large ham bone (leftover from Easter dinner) instead of ham hocks. Also, in Hawaii, we can find Portuguese sausage which is the same as linguica sausage.

AvatarP
Patti Inoue
This is the Portuguese Bean Soup that is sold at the annual Punahou Carnival which is always held in February. It it thick, and delicious! I found this recipe in the Honolulu Starbulletin and have used it with a large ham bone (leftover from Easter dinner) instead of ham hocks. Also, in Hawaii, we can find Portuguese sausage which is the same as linguica sausage.

This is the Portuguese Bean Soup that is sold at the annual Punahou Carnival which is always held in February. It it thick, and delicious! I found this recipe in the Honolulu Starbulletin and have used it with a large ham bone (leftover from Easter dinner) instead of ham hocks. Also, in Hawaii, we can find Portuguese sausage which is the same as linguica sausage.

AvatarJ
Johnny Frost