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We liked this a lot ! I followed the recipe exactly except for the veggie broth - I used a 32 oz box of chicken broth and two cups of water. All else as posted including the Yukon Gold Potato. I had no problem with the veggies cooking tender at 8 hours on low. I added the liquid smoke and a teaspoon of dried parsley at the end of cooking. I served this soup with a side of fresh corn bread ( Jalapeno Cornbread Low Fat to No Fat ) and all was yum-oh and DH a happy eater. Thanks so much for the share.
This is really delicious. I had no problem with it getting cooked. The broth I used was hot when I put it in the crockpot, so maybe that helped. I found no need to cook the onion, carrot and garlic before adding them to the pot. Next time I might double the carrots and beans. Anyway, I will definitely make this again.
A really enjoyable soup. I did use the liquid smoke and cooked on the stove top instead of the microwave. I also used chicken broth and added a very small amount of browned, ground turkey. Instead of adding salt and pepper, I just sprinkled with lemon pepper seasoning in the bowl right before serving.
I'm STILL waiting for this soup to get done after 8 hours on high. The diced potatoes aren't done.. the cabbage isn't done. Also.. it looks like there is waaay to much cabbage in it. I used the smallest head I could find and it weighed a pound. My crockpot is full and I'm disappointed.
I like the combination of potatoes, beans and cabbage. I added a ham bone and left out the liquid smoke.
This was wonderful tasting soup! I was out of cannellini beans so I used red lentils which cooked away and made the broth extra thick and just used regular potatoes I don't know the brand. Just white potatoes. I did use the liquid smoke and everything else. Another one of your wonderful recipes NurseDi, loved it.