Can you make soup with frozen meat?
Yes. Just make certain that the meat is cooked thoroughly in your soup.
Drink or Eat Soup? It would depend on the contents of the soup. Chunky soup would be eaten where as broth would be drunk. Answer you swallow it duhh lysdexia I sip soup. Littlet61 You drink soup. Unless you have meat/veg pieces in it (you would drink the soup and eat the meat.) How can you eat water?...
Certainly. If you thaw out some frozen meat and make your chilli and then refreeze the cooked, product you shouldn't have any problems whatsoever. No worries here. Just be sure to package it in a way that minimum air is included with your food, as is always suggested. Cooking meat that has been frozen and then freezing your cooked product is perfectly acceptable. It is done frequently.
Frozen food like meats at a deli are frozen, thawed and refrozen sometimes several times. The meat goes to slaughter, slaughtered, then frozen. The meat then travels to the meat market or deli, unfrozen, cut up into whatever slices of meat they wish to sell, then some is placed in the display and some is refrozen. You purchase the meat from the display and take it home and freeze it.
Meat should be thawed out in the refrigerator, not on the counter overnight. Or quick-thaw methods could be used followed immediately by cooking. If you can guarantee that no part of the meat got above 40°F, then I could say it might be safe - and that would be assuming the meat was good when it was frozen. Otherwise, you will have to make the decision.