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Sweet & Sour Beef-Cabbage Soup

September/October 2009

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (195 votes)

This wholesome sweet-and-sour soup combines beef, caraway seeds, sweet paprika and cabbage—ingredients that star in a number of German dishes. It is particularly nice served with crusty rye bread. For an even heartier soup, add diced cooked potatoes along with the cabbage.



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"Awesome! It's filling, tasty and both of us love it. Have had it several times and it's a keeper. "
Sweet & Sour Beef-Cabbage Soup Recipe

32 Reviews for Sweet & Sour Beef-Cabbage Soup

04/18/2010
Anonymous

We LOVED this soup. I'm on a strict "no white" diet but thought my husband needed some starch of some kind so I served his soup over fresh cooked wide noodles. The soup is delicious on it's own however.
This is really a keeper of a recipe.

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03/18/2010
Anonymous

I took this for our "soup & bread" supper at church tonight, then had to come home, look up the recipe so I could print a STACK of them. EVERYONE wanted the recipe ! ! ! The only thing I did different was to use fresh onion & pepper and added an extra apple.

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02/18/2010

Easy and adaptable! Didn't have bell peppers so used mostly cabbage. Turned out fantastic, can't wait to make it again.

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02/15/2010

For some reason I accidentally put in chicken broth but the soup was still super-delicious! I ground up the caraway seeds since I don't like the texture of them whole and used fresh red bell pepper and onion. I didn't think I would like the apple but in this soup it added a great sweet bite!

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02/12/2010
Anonymous

So easy and cheap when you do the math- i used 4 cups beef broth and 2 cups water to cut back on the sodium and i figured with all the great spices would make up for it, which they did! the caraway seeds are fantastic! (and so good for you) and very quick to make.

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