By momaphet on October 09, 2010
Photo by WiGal
Photo by WiGal
"The curry powder adds a unique touch to this hearty soup, don't skip the cheese topping it's the perfect finishing touch! This was a dish all our kids would eat when little and the was the one way everyone ate cooked cabbage. A bonus was how easy it was to make. The veggies are flexible, my kids didn't like zuchinni so I would sub frozen french cut green beans or corn."
Serving Size: 1 (284 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 12
"I followed the suggestions in breezermom's review, using the larger amount of spices. I must say that the curry really put this soup over the top. This was so full of flavor and filling too. I will definitely be making this again."
"This soup is full of wonderful tastes! I used the larger portion of spices, and added more broth to mine, because as posted this is more of a stew.....very little liquid left. I also had to cook mine longer to get the potatoes and carrots tender, so I'll either cut those smaller or cook longer from now on. This is a very satisfying soup, and I'll make it often in the winter months. Love the curry in this....I think I'll enjoy even an extra portion of curry in mine next time! Thanks for sharing a wonderful one-dish meal!"
"I pulled out the soup pot this morning and made the full amount of this winter perfect soup. I went with the green bean option and added more broth. We had a great lunch of the soup and Recipe #336950. It's really hearty and you won't need anything else because it's a full meal in it's self. Lots of great flavor here."
"This soup is so yummy and filling. I omitted the potatoes. I used zucchini instead of green beans. Since I don't like curry powder, I omitted it. I ate this soup without the cheese. I'm sure it must be great with cheese. This is a soup I'll do often. But next time I'll have to use a bigger saucepan. I used a large saucepan but I guess that was not enough. Thanks momaphet :) Made for PRMR tag game"
"An empty your fridge delicious soup for a lovely fall day! Attractive, versatile, plus one you don't have to man stove constantly. Made this yesterday afternoon and reheated some for today and froze the rest. Huge recipe, used my dutch oven pan and filled it up. Used the maximum amount on all seasonings, and increased the liquid by quite a bit, guessing at least by half which diluted the seasonings down so it was very mild. Served with recipe#264859 for a nice lunch. Thanks for posting."