By Boomette on November 24, 2008
Photo by JackieOhNo!
Photo by JackieOhNo!
"A recipe from Coup de Pouce. I made it today and it's very good and filling. It's an healthy recipe."
Serving Size: 1 (307 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"Super good! There was not much broth just in case you are looking for a "brothy" soup. It needs a little bit more flavor. I can't think of what could be added but I would definitely make it again. Great ingredients. Do not be scared of the cloves, nice addition."
"Perfect for a winter day. Terrific aroma and taste! Easy, healthy, and economical. I did sub a small can of tomato sauce for the tomato paste after finding out that I had no tomato paste but otherwise made as posted. This would be also good with diced tomatoes. Made for Everyday is a Holiday."
"This was the perfect bowl of soup to enjoy on a snow day! I was pretty faithful to the recipe, except I used a 6 oz. can of tomato paste, and 4 cups of low-sodium beef broth and 2 cups of water. I also did not use the lemon wedges. A bowl of this is quite filling. Thanks for sharing. Made for Please Review My Recipe Tag Game."
"I'm on a diet, and looking for recipes I can make and still fit into my diet.....so I used ground sirloin instead of ground beef to cut fat and calorie count. I was so pleasantly surprised by this recipe....It was delicious! I was able to eat a bowl full of this and still stay within my boundaries!!!! Thanks so much for a delicious, filling recipe. Made for Holiday Tag."
"This was really good. I told my kids it has hamburger rice soup because if I mentioned the cabbage, they wouldn't have eaten it. But my 16 year old son went back for seconds. I didn't have tomato paste, so I used 2 cups of tomato juice and 2 cups of canned tomatoes. I added uncooked rice (about 1/3 cup) and let it cook for about 20 minutes right before we ate."
"I totally loved this soup! I knew I would the minute I saw it. I also used some wild rice mix, but it would be great either way. I also threw in a can of stewed tomatoes. I left out the cloves because I'm not a fan of them. Using the V-8 is a great idea, and I will be doing that next time for sure. Made and Reviewed for Zaar Stars - Thanks! :)"
"I really enjoyed this soup. I used some cooked wild rice that I had in the freezer and V-8 juice instead of the water. I also used coleslaw mix instead of chopping the cabbage."
"I halved the recipe and got about 3 servings. I also made this vegetarian by using meatless crumbles and vegetable broth. Thanks for a hearty soup!"
"Tasty & easy! To make it easier, I used the prepackaged cole slaw mix (it was on sale this week) instead of a chopping a head of cabbage. I also added a tsp of Kosher salt, personal preference, and used at least 2 cups of cooked rice. Yum! Perfect! I love it."
"This was a great recipe...and very forgiving too! I used all the ingredients pretty much as directed, except I threw the rice in uncooked and just let it simmer longer. As a result, my soup was more like stew, which we loved, and the flavor was fantastic. Made a nice large batch so guess what we'll be having for dinner tonight?"
"Boomie, This is just great. I made it exactly as writted except that I used a carton of beef broth and water to make up 6 cups of liquid. I used brown rice. Very filling, full of vegetables and economical meal."
"Delicious. I too used all beef broth instead of adding water. Also used more ground meat. A very hearty and filling soup, great for cold weather. Boomette, thanks for posting."
"I love cabbage and beef soups and this one is no exception! I found it full of flavor and it has everything I love in it. I replaced the 3 cups of water with 3 cups of additional beef broth. I loved the addition of cooked rice; I used brown rice. Thanks for sharing!"
"Loved this soup, very filling, low in calories and it tastes good,"
"Wonderful!!!! All I had was ground deer meat so I used that, and I used the whole 6 oz can of tomato paste. I added another cup of water, 1 beef bouillon cube and 1/2 cup of uncooked rice and cooked it in the pot with the soup. It is not a very brothy soup, but so delicious and tasty - this is a keeper and cannot wait to share this with my extended family! We are always looking for new soups and this one will become a regular. Thanks so much!"
"Easy to make and healthy too! I added a can of diced tomatoes with basil and garlic. I love garlic so I added 2 additional cloves. Great Paleo soup recipe!"
"After I made my typical corn beef and cabbage dinner for St. Pat's my father (who is very Polish) asked me to make cabbage and hamburger soup. Having never made it, I chose this one on a whim and I'm glad I did. This recipe was so super easy and it really impressed my dad. The only exception I made was instead of using the broth recommended in the recipe I used the stock from the said St. Pat's meal and that worked out great too. Thanks a lot :) I'll definitely be using it again."
"This soup was perfect for me during a bad time with a cold. Was craving something warm and comforting and this soup did the trick. LOVE cabbage in my soup and I also bought the packaged cole slaw mix, used ground round, and all beef broth instead of the water. Made instant brown rice and liked the flavor in the soup better then plain white. Boomette thank you for sharing your recipe! Made and reviewed for the Went to the Market recipe tag game."
"I really enjoyed this...I omitted the rice because of the carb amount...but the rest I kept the same...like someone else had mentioned there really isn't much broth...but it is very tasty and filling...thanks for posting it...=)"