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Recipes - Cabbage Soup

Recipe Name

Cabbage Soup

Submitted by bepositive
Recipe Description Cabbage soup that is a little spicy, but good to use as a part of a detox, or if you just want some good soup.
Quantity 0 Quantity Unit Servings  
Prep Time (minutes) 10 Cook Time (minutes) 25 Ready In (minutes) 35
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Amt. Measure Ingredient
head, large (about 7" dia)Cabbage- cut into 1/4 or 1/6 portions
packages (10 oz)Carrots, baby
cup, choppedred or yellow sweet pepper, cut in strips
cup, choppedorange pepper chopped
cup, choppedYellow onion, chopped
cups (8 fl oz)water
packets (6 fl oz prepared)chicken bouillon
tablespooncayenne pepper, to taste
tablespooncrushed red pepper flakes
cans , 15 oz (303 x 406)tomato sauce - 8 oz can Italian style
Sequence Step
1Chop cabbage. Wash and drain in collander. Place in a pot. Turn stove on medium setting.
2Add 1 8oz can of Hunts tomato sauce. Fill tomato sauce can with water, and add to pot. Basil-oregano is the type used.
3Add 2 packets of Goya chicken bouillon powder packets, baby carrots, onions and peppers to pot. Stir.
4Add 4 cups of water, and stir. Add cayenne pepper and crushed red pepper to taste.
5Let soup start to boil for 5 minutes. Stir and turn to a simmer setting.
6Add additional salt free seasonings to taste. Sea salt is a good option if a salt like taste is needed.
7Once cabbage is tender, and other 2 cups of water (if desired). This may be needed as water is loss during boiling. The product should look like a soup.
8Let simmer a few more minutes with added water.
9Soup is now ready to consume.
10If using a crockpot, add all items at once, stir, and let sit in crockpot to cook on 6hr setting.

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