Ingredients

How to make it

  • First add olive oil to a large pot, over medium flame.
  • Saute the garlic and onion until onions are yellow, approx. 5 min.
  • Now pour in the water, bouillon, salt, and pepper.
  • Let this come to a boil and drop in the cabbage.
  • Cook this until the cabbage wilts, approx. 10 min.
  • Then add tomatoes, letting flame rise around 10 to 15 min.
  • Stir constantly until flavors melt together. Enjoy!

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  • Good4U 6 months ago
    Reviewed in IMI
    Soup Again
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    " It was good "
    pointsevenout ate it and said...
    A flavorful soup but odd to my palate. This is my first cabbage soup, ever. I doubled the recipe and had to increase some of the times.

    Fried up a pack of bacon and used its drippings instead of using olive oil.
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  • nanaclark 5 years ago
    I been looking for a good cabbage soup and this sounds like a good one , thanks nanaclark
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  • susan007 6 years ago
    My husband LOVES a good cabbage soup and this one passed the test!
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  • biomom 6 years ago
    Looks easy and delicious, I use the "better than bouillion" frequently in many recipes and it works just fine. The "sausage falling into the pot" is OK too.
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    " It was good "
    ronnymarcus ate it and said...
    Just what I was looking for.If a thinly sliced sausage just happens to fall into the pot by mistake, that's also OK
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  • jett2whit 6 years ago
    This recipe is similar to my Healthy Cabbage Soup. Good job!
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    " It was excellent "
    bjjenks ate it and said...
    Loved this recipe, my husband was impressed and thought that I created it...haha..likely story...thanks!
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  • dianewarner 6 years ago
    Excellent recipe...very easy to make. I used a whole small savoy cabbage, and it turned out great. Not sure why you'd drain the stewed tomatoes...wouldn't you want to use that juice too? I only had 2 packets of chicken boullion in the cupboard, but it still worked. I did eventually add in some cubed cooked chicken breast, but with or without it, it tastes great. Reminds me of cabbage rolls. My fussy family liked it too!
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  • bodana63 6 years ago
    I am going to try this and maybe tweak a couple things, but I always like to keep it simple so lets see. So far most everyhting in here looks really yummy and simple. I'll tell you what I do to it if I change some things!!
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    " It was good "
    jo_jo_ba ate it and said...
    Excellent post! Will be making this tomorrow... those 8 servings may soon be only one... in my bowl! I'll just sub in veggie stock, no big deal!
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  • lynneknu 7 years ago
    I'm almost vegetarian but I still had chicken base in my fridge. I didn't have a can of tomatoes so I added some tomato sauce that I had a bottle of. It's good to find a recipe that includes most of the ingredients that I have in the fridge or pantry.
    I added a lonely carrot that was sitting in the fridge. Now -- to taste it!.... It's good. Thank you, Winslow
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  • bhooshan 7 years ago
    I found this recipe categorized under 'Vegetarian'. Not sure if Chicken bouillon can be considered as a veggie ingredient after all. The community might want to rethink regarding its categorization.
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