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Italian Peasant Soup with Cabbage, Beans & Cheese

Fall 2003, The Essential EatingWell Cookbook (2004)

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A well-stocked pantry is a good starting point for making a hearty homemade soup like this one. Just add some fresh vegetables, bread and cheese and you've got dinner (and tomorrow's lunch).



READER'S COMMENT:
"Good. I felt like I needed a bit more thickness--maybe another can of beans? Has anyone tried that? "
Italian Peasant Soup with Cabbage, Beans & Cheese

10 Reviews for Italian Peasant Soup with Cabbage, Beans & Cheese

05/17/2010
Anonymous

The garlic bread made the soup. Once you ran out of bread, the soup was bland, and the consistency... well, let's just say my husband compared it to the food that has already gone through the food processor. Overall, edible, but not something we will make again.

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04/25/2010
Anonymous

This soup is delicious. I dice a large potato and about a cup of mini carrots, as I like the soup thicker. This never goest to waste. A great chilly day dinner.

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04/25/2010
Anonymous

This recipe is Delicious, especially on cold or chilly days. I dice a large potato and and about a cup of mini carrots, as I like this soup a tad thicker. It never goes to waste.

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01/07/2010

Easy, hearty, delicious soup that warms you to the bone on cold winter days. Highly recommend!

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11/01/2009
Anonymous

I love this soup! Its easy to make, very inexpensive, and loaded with taste! Just the right meal for a cold winters day! I make this dish all the time, and even my kids love it! Thanks for sharing!

Russ Adams
Idaho Falls, ID

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Anonymous wrote 1 year 21 weeks ago

HOW WONDERFUL,THIS SOUP

HOW WONDERFUL,THIS SOUP BRINGS BACK CHILDHOOD
MEMORIES, THE ITALIANS OFTEN COOK THIS SOUP ADDING SHERRY,SMALL CUBED POTATO,FRESH PARSLEY
WHILE SAUTEING CABBAGE GARLIC AND ONION LOTS OF
FRESH PARM WHEN SERVING ,YUM! CHRYSTAL DILILLO

Anonymous wrote 1 year 24 weeks ago

Tasty, healthy (for a soup,

Tasty, healthy (for a soup, it's not as salty as some) and full of veggies that aren't always popular. My hubby said it reminded him of French onion soup a bit but less cheese. The kids were good with it but they are not big on cabbage. I will be making it again!

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