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Sweet & Sour Beef-Cabbage Soup

September/October 2009

Your rating: None Average: 3.8 (246 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.



READER'S COMMENT:
"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

35 Reviews for Sweet & Sour Beef-Cabbage Soup

11/15/2010
Anonymous

My husband was skeptical when I described this soup, but became a convert on the first taste. Delicious!

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11/11/2010
Anonymous

Fast, Affordable, Tasty, and definitely one recipe you can repeat no matter how you customize it. I love it! Looking forward to tasting it on the second day when the flavors magnify. Thanks! CDR

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05/08/2010
Anonymous

My boyfriend and I love this soup! We always AT LEAST double the recipe for plenty of leftovers (freezes well). We're vegetarians, so we use veggie crumbles instead of the beef and veggie broth in place of the beef broth. We usually add more tomatoes than called for and also add potatoes for some extra substance, as suggested in the recipe. This is a great recipe, and so easily adaptable for what's on hand.

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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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