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My husband usually love this kind of dish, and I was excited to try something new and easy, but this was not to our liking. It was very bland and greasy. I think if I were to make something like this again, I would brown the sausage slices first to drain off some of that fat... Maybe with a few tweeks we could make something like this work, but as the recipe stands, it just doesn't work for my family.

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Mrs. Lumpy March 27, 2008

I made it with kielbasa and loved it I made it for work and the one that was loved it

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Anonymous April 19, 2015

My family has been making a dish similar to this for years (though without the cheese soup), the key is to add a jar of sauerkraut. Be sure to rinse it before adding. It will give it that zing that everyone seems to think is lacking in this recipe.

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hammfam100 September 19, 2013

This is easy and relatively healthy which is great. The flavor is OK (I seasoned with seasoned salt). Overall, a simple weeknight meal. Thanks Lorac.....

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jennyblender January 15, 2013

Very good the only change I will make is to add another head of cabbage. It was very soupy but tasted great!!

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dragonfly2470 January 01, 2010

I really wanted to like this. The flavor of the sausage is yummy in it, but I just didn't care for the veggies. The tomatoes overpowered the cabbage, and they just combined to leave a bad taste in my mouth. My ods loved it, though, which really surprised me. He even asked for seconds of the veggies.

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Luv2Cook/Hate2Clean:) October 29, 2009

Thank you for this recipe!! My family enjoyed it. I spiced it up some by adding carrots, fresh parsley, garlic powder and black pepper. The smell was wonderful to come home to! This will probably become a family favorite.

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michelemcntsh March 25, 2009

This was just ok for me. My DH and oldest DD liked it, but it was just too bland for me. I followed the receipe except for the cheese soup, which I didn't have. I stirred in about 2 cups of shredded cheddar during the last 30 minutes of cooking. I'm not sure that small change would have made too much of a diffference but it's hard to tell. If I need to use up another head of cabbage I might make this again but will add something to kick it up a notch.

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RayMakMama February 18, 2009

What a great combination! I used reduced-fat kielbasa. If I used the Italian sausage, I definitely would have cooked and drained it first. I added an extra can of cheese soup.... just to make it even cheesier! Loved it and would make this again. Thanx for another great recipe!

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*Parsley* April 01, 2008

Very good and easy! I was looking for something to do with 1/2 head of cabbage and picked this yummy dish and was glad I did. The only change I made was using two beef bouillion cubes and 1 cup water. This was a nice change for a filling dinner accompanied with some french bread, although I think it would be wonderful over noodles. Thanks for sharing!

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ellie_ August 29, 2006
Cabbage and Sausage Crock Pot