4 Reviews

Fantastic, flavorful soup. I doubled the recipe in order to get a good batch, and I'm sure glad I did. The seasonings are perfect. This is a real keeper, and will be made a lot next winter, I guarantee! Made for ZWT4.

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JackieOhNo! June 02, 2008

I loved this soup! I made it 2 nights ago, allowed the flavours to mingle overnight and had it for dinner last night. It was far more flavourful than I expected. I'll be making this again. Thanks for posting.

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Dreamer in Ontario September 26, 2007

As good as any Sausage Soup I have eaten in Germany. I love the fact that is very kind to any subsitutes, and changes, as long as the basic is kept true, e.g. the white beans are easily subsistuted, even using chick peas when nothing else in the cupboard. Everyone that has eaten it in my home has loved it. What more can I say, except, thank you toni, a very easy recipe, a quick evening meal, or a late supper, whichever, the guests will love it. My husband has heart problems, and this easy to adapt to his needs. Thanks again.

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annebooth22 July 07, 2007

I have been eyeing this since the ZWT. I didn't have the kielbasa but used some chicken sausage instead. Omitted the oil and browned the sliced sausage and onions in a non-stick pot before adding the rest of the ingredients. This is a quick, hearty soup for a weeknight. You can't beat having the dinner on the table in 30 minutes. This was served along with some crusty bread for a complete meal.

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PaulaG November 17, 2005
German Bean and Sausage Soup