Cabbage Soup (2) Collection

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    My Cabbage Soup
    Mary Lou's Hearty Cabbage Soup


    My Cabbage Soup

    Serving Size: 8

    1/2 medium cabbage
    5 onions, sliced
    1/2 pound margarine
    6 potatoes, diced
    28 ounces tomatoes
    Water *

    NOTE: I try and cut down on the amount of margarine.
    * 3 times the normal amount used to cook potatoes.
    I just cover them and add water if necessary. In a large pot, fry
    onion and cabbage in margarine slowly til tender and brown. About 25
    minutes. Boil potatoes til cooked. Add tomatoes and fried onion
    and cabbage. Season to taste. Simmer 30 minutes. Sausage can be browned
    with the vegetables and added as desired. From: Helen Peagram


    Mary Lou's Hearty Cabbage Soup

    Serving Size: 4

    1/2 head red cabbage
    1/2 head green cabbage
    1/2 large Spanish onion, peeled
    4 large Or 5 carrots, peeled
    4 large Or 5 potatoes, peeled
    1 can 14oz kidney beans rinsed
    2 To 3 28oz can plum tomatoes
    1 can tomato paste
    1 teaspoon salt
    pepper
    basil
    parsley
    1/4 pound Bacon, cooked
    2 3polished sausage, pre-browned
    5 sl ham, diced

    Slice cabbage, onions, carrots. Dice potatoes. Saute onions in
    left overbacon drippings. Put all ingredients in pot. Add water to
    cover all (if needed). Cook for 3-4 hours stirring occasionally. I use
    LOTS of pepper since this is supposed to be a PEPPERY winter warming,
    sinus clearing soup. Add sausage whole or sliced to soup and cook for
    another 20 minutes before serving. Serve with buttered bread and sour
    cream dolluped on top (remove sour cream for low cal version.)

    From: Mary Lou Kakanowski

    Per Serving(excluding unknown items): 27 Calories; trace Fat (5.1%
    caloriesfrom fat);
    1g Protein; 6g Carbohydrate; 1g Dietary Fiber; 0mg Cholesterol; 792mg
    SodiumExchanges: 1 Vegetable.

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