- Most Helpful
- Highest Rating
Made this for lunch today and we thoroughly enjoyed it. I only made half the recipe. I used 1% milk as that was all I had and it was very good.
Loved this!! This recipe goes straight to the keeper file. I added a little minced jalapeno. Thanks for sharing this wonderful, quick, healthy and tasty recipe.
Wow. This soup is sooo good. I used Imagine's vegetable stock. The flavor of this soup is outstanding. We kept saying mmm, the whole time we ate it. Made it exactly as written.
Excellent healthy recipe! I added some tilapia pieces I needed to use, plus two tbps of cooked basmati rice and this ended in a full course meal. (Condiments and spicing need adjusting with these additions.)
I was not expecting much from this. I had some leftover cabbage I needed to use though. I was very surprised. This is absolutely delicious. It did have a little too much cabbage for my taste but I still think it was amazing. I love soups and so I decided to give it a try and it was amazing
Oh my gosh!I'm in heaven! This was outstanding! I followed the recipe as directed,but I did add 1/2 teaspoon ginger,1/2 teaspoon garlic and 1/2 teaspoon chili powder. I love recipes that are healthy and easy. So this is right up my alley! My family also enjoyed this even my husband who usually doesn't like to eat healthy. So this going to be a regular recipe at our house! Thanks for a great recipe!
Fantastic! I also cooked this on the stovetop - it seemed like it would be easier. I like to make a soup on Sunday to bring to work for lunches for 3-4 days, so I substituted some light coconut milk for the skim, figuring the soup might last longer. It added a great flavour that went nicely with the subtly sweet cabbage. I used only 1 1/2 tbsp. of butter to make up for the added fat of the coconut milk.
This recipe is fantastic! I used the pre-packaged coleslaw mix and it couldn't have been easier. I thought it needed a little more spice, so I added a little red pepper, which hit the spot. Thanks!
I cooked this stovetop instead of microwave. I used chives instead of scallions as that was all I had on hand. We loved it!
Great soup! I, too, made this on the stove top. I used purple cabbage as that's what I had and ended up with the funkiest looking lilac soup. :-) I added all of HeatherFeather's auggestions for more zest: 1/2 inch of fresh ginger, 1 clove of garlic and a bit of fresh chili pepper. Yummy!!