How to make it

  • In a large kettle, combine all ingredients.
  • Bring to a boil; cover and simmer on low heat for 3 to 4 hours.
  • Stir occasionally, add more water as needed if it gets too thick.
  • Remove ham hocks; cut meat off bones and return meat to soup.

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  • JJSakazaki 9 years ago
    I am guessing this recipe calls for raw ham hocks being tossed into the kettle?

    Went out & bought the ingredients for it; but, had to go to 5 (five!) different stores to find the raw ham hocks! lol...a few stores carried smoked ham hocks; but, it took a willing butcher at a Latino market willing to cut some off of a pork shoulder (or two) to get the raw ones. Can this be made with smoked hocks, also?
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    " It was excellent "
    hungerhealer ate it and said...
    Bravo !! Great recipe !! "fived" by me !!
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  • slj6lori 11 years ago
    Loved this Who!! Very nice...warm you up dinner...I did serve with the garlic Cheddar Biscuits as you had suggested. Thanks for sharing! I did use turkey kielbasa in place of the hocks...and cole slaw mix in place of the cabbage since thats what I had on hand....thanks again!
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  • missdrea 12 years ago
    this looks really good, thanks for posting it
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  • 5thsister 12 years ago
    This sounds delish! I only wish my family would eat lentils...a picky bunch they can be!
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