A glorious soup indeed. We now have polished off the rest of the Holiday ham, and this was perfect way to use that last bits. I did have a *ham bone* so I stuck it right into the pot but let it simmer for about 40 minutes, just to get the essence right out of bone, but otherwise, made it as directed, and it filled our stomachs and our souls with goodness. None left, or else I would have some for breakfast!
This was a really great soup and low calorie to boot! I increased the ingredient amounts by 1 1/2 to use up ingredients. Came out wonderful. I also did not peel the red potatoes and it added a nice color to the soup. Reheated well.
This was delicious, we really enjoyed it. Easy to make. I did omit the caraway seeds - personal preference. The apples were a nice change.
This was delicious. Used leftover ham, leftover cabbage, and veggies and apples from our garden. I added more veggies than called for and ended up more like stew than soup but it was really yummy. Made for Football Pool 2015.
This great tasting soup recipe is a keeper. Perfect for using up leftover ham. We will be enjoying this often.
This is a delightful soup that is very filling, but not too heavy. I made this exactly as posted, except I used 8 oz. of ham. I also added an extra can of beef broth to thin the soup out a bit. I was surprised with the great amount of flavor this soup had, despite the lack any real seasonings. I will be making this again. Made for Culinary Quest 2014.
Loved this! Used my crockpot as I knew I was super busy, so I kept the potatoes raw and had on high for three hours, worked fine. Thanks for sharing.
OMG! This was so good. DH even asked "is there more". That's a definite sign that he loves it. This is what I did... I used 2 cans of beef consomme for the broth along with 1/2 cup of water to make the 3 cups. (I know it is no longer low sodium). And I choose not to peel the red potatoes based on another reviewer's post. I made this on a rainy day. Yum!! This is a must try. Thanks for posting. :)