Mike Killebrew Recipe

Cabbage and Sausage Soup

By Mike Killebrew ecwmjk


Rating:
Serves:
4-6
Prep Time:
Cook Time:
Method:
Stove Top
Comments:

This is one of my top three cabbage recipes. It's healthy and so good.

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Notes from the Test Kitchen:
This is a delightful soup to warm you - body and soul - on a cold day. The combination of the cabbage and smoked sausage is very tasty, indeed!

Ingredients

1 can(s)
Crushed Tomatoes, 28 oz.
1 can(s)
Diced Tomatoes, 15 oz.
1
Head of Cabbage, chopped into bite size pieces
32 oz
beef broth
4
Sliced Carrots
1 medium
White Onion, chopped
water, as needed
4 medium
Potatoes, quartered
1 pkg
Smoked Sausage

Directions Step-By-Step

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In large pot or Dutch Oven, combine all ingredients and bring to simmer. Cook until carrots and potatoes are just fork tender.

About this Recipe

Course/Dish: Other Soups
Main Ingredient: Pork
Regional Style: American
Collection: Soup's On!
Other Tag: Quick & Easy

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42 Comments

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Kathleen Blackham kathy13047
Jan 20, 2015
This recipe makes a lot. It's hearty, tasty and warms the tummy on a cold day. I added a little basil and parsley flakes. It did take longer than an hour to get the veggies tender. The family was very happy with the results!
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Aimee Goins Garcia AimeeGarcia
Jan 9, 2015
When I was making this my husband turned his nose up at it. One bite and he asked for a bowl. This soup is so tasty and easy to put together. I added a little hungarian hot peppers in to spice it up. YUM!!
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Aimee Goins Garcia AimeeGarcia
Jan 9, 2015
I tried this recipe and say it's Family Tested & Approved!
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Martha Benner Marti37
Jan 6, 2015
Oh I did add a fresh clove of garlic pressed. I love it and love cabbage fixed anyway.
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Candace Lane Casemanager
Jan 6, 2015
Thank you Martha. I used the turkey kilbasa sausage. I think I am going to try the recipe again, this time with a small can of crushed tomatoes, a second onion, and more carrots. I may leave out the potatoes entirely.
I think I will add the spices you suggested as well. A little garlic can't hurt, either.