Very simple and satisfying. I normally love love lots of garlic, but I found the garlic a little overwhelming and will only use two cloves next time. Thanks for sharing the recipe.
Great basic recipe! I must say that I use this as "place to start" with a cabbage soup. I love the versatility. If you are not a "veggie", you can use this for a basis for a cabage and ham, kielbsa, etc., etc. However, I do give it deserved credit on it's own, though diced carrots need a place in here somewhere. Otherwise, all bases are covered. Thanks for sharing!
I loved this soups flavor and versatility. Used yukon gold potatoes because they are tender and hold their shape. Didnt get a good brown color on the potatoes so I added a little bit of butter. Had a leek that needed to be used so I added that to the onion, garlic, and cabbage. Added a can of northern beans and used about 3 cups of chicken broth and 2 cups of vegetable broth. Also stirred in about a cup of white wine. The cabbage was sweet and tender and loved the beans with the potatoes. I think I might add a can of petite diced tomatoes to the leftovers tomorrow. Bite sized chicken pieces would be nice in this soup too. This will be another one of my favorite soups! Made and reviewed for KC"S Going Green For March Tag Game.
wonderful soup! I made this to include in a take-home pack for my DS and it was thoroughly enjoyed, I used homemade stock and also added in some dry smoked sausage meat and 3 teaspoons dried chili flakes for heat, thanks for a winner Fluff!
Loved it! I used defatted turkey stock for this. For the white beans, I chise navy beans. I didn't bother with the olive oil drizzle, but did sprinkle with parmesan cheese. This is perfect just as written, but this also has so many possibilities...... I think adding ham and/or tomatoes wouls work well. Thanx for a lovely soup. I'll make this again and next time make sure that I have the rye bread to dip!
I enjoyed this soup. Easy to make-I used 1/2 a bag of dry cole slaw (cabbage and carrots) mix instead of cutting a head of cabbage.