No stars, as I didn't really follow the recipe. I used tomato soup instead of paste. I used farmer sausage, a little cabbage too. I added more water and some dill. I found your recipe great for inspiration to use what I had on hand. It is very tasty with the sourkraut, and I think it could turn into borscht or a bean soup. I almost added a can of pork and beans, but thought I had enough in it this time round. Pork and beans and weiners instead of sausage? The ideas keep coming. Thanks for posting.
This turned out pretty well. The sausage ended up a bit mushy, but no one seemed bothered by that except me.
So simple and so good. Left out the potatoes and cooked for 30 minutes-done. This is a great low-carb soup. I will be making this again and again.
wow this recipe is great. I made it for our extended family Chirstmas and it was great. The Leftovers wer finished the next day and tasted just as good. Thank you for a wonderful recipe. I did roast the Polish Sausage in the oven the day before as it was on and I like to do as much ahead. When I had the soup put together I placed it in my crock pot to keep hot till serving.
Love this soup. I suatee the sausage until golden brwon, and saute the inions until soft before adding the carrots and chicken broth. It enhances the flavor of the sausage.
This was very good. I found that I had to add extra broth though, the soup was way too thick for my liking. I nearly doubled the chicken broth to about 10 cups and left the remaining ingredients the same and it turned out very well. Will make again!
This was great. I followed the recipe, except for dumping a can of beer in at the end. Everyone loved it.
I've never had sauerkraut soup before but found this soup to be very filling and tasty- as well very quick and easy to make. I used smoked turkey polish sausage (30% less fat) and next time I'll use regular polish sausage so that the broth is infused with the spicy sausage flavour. Thanks for posting.