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Hearty Cabbage Soup

Hearty Cabbage Soup recipe
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This hearty cabbage soup is a convenience winner. Preparation can be done in 10 minutes, cooking in under and hour and it can be frozen up to 3 months.
time
prep:
10 min
total:
50 min
servings
total:
3-1/2 qt. or 14 servings, 1 cup each
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posted:
10/11/2006
ummm.......... this soup was a very good and healthy. I made this last night and it was great! Good for crackers.
posted:
9/29/2006
loved it but made some changes I added 6 beef bouilon cubes subsituted cannellini beans, for great northern beans or you could use pork and beans also i used diced tomatoes instead of crushed tomatoes used parsley and basil and served the soup with wide noodles
posted:
8/13/2006
A very filling soup, and easy to make. Next time I want to try beef stock in place of chicken. It was delicious, and everyone who tried it liked it, even my husband, who has an aversion to new recipes.
posted:
7/27/2006
I love soup, and I love cabbage, here I get the best of both worlds. I double the recipe and freeze 1/2. Once I let 1/2 of the soups broth evaporate. it was no longer soup, but lt was soooo good.
posted:
7/22/2006
Good and even the kids liked it. Next time I'll use more stewed tomatoes and maybe try some stew meat with it.
posted:
7/7/2006
delicious can't seem to get enough of it. and besides that it's good for you
posted:
7/7/2006
I am a widow living alone, so I made too much. It was great tasking, loved it!
posted:
6/30/2006
I've made one very similar and no matter what you put in from the produce your family likes it's bound to be excellent. Be sure the cabbage you use is COOKED enough, though, so it'll be less gas-prone. It's much better for my tender stomach with LESS tomato and a splootch of lemon juice. One thing -- start out with a quarter amount of seasoning the first time and add to taste. Even if you wind up using the full amount, that's fine -- you've just saved yourself a lovely pot of nourishing soup if your family needs something milder, and Kraft sold the package anyway. Experiment with different flavors -- after all, it's just well-cooked salad in hot water! Since there are no raw meat/eggs/whathaveyou, you can taste it at any stage, another nice bonus. Do this with every drastic change to the veg content when you make it again (and you will, it's one of the very best soups around).
posted:
6/29/2006
It was very filling.
posted:
6/23/2006
easy, easy, easy! yummy, yummy, yummy!
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