This is wonderful, makes you feel cozy and warm. I add ,little red pepper flake, to my mug of soup.
This was good! I dumped everything (without measuring, even) into a pressure cooker and within half an hour my soup was ready! I always have sour salt in the house and love the flavor it adds to cabbagy-tomato-ey foods. I didn’t use sweetener but went for broke and used about 4 teaspoons of brown sugar. My daughter thought this tasted like stuffed cabbage soup! I think I’m going to make it again with little meatballs in it, it should be a hit! Thanks, DL, it’s great!
This was originally a WW recipe, from, I am guessing, the early 70s. I am pretty sure it has been altered somewhat, but it is super-easy and very tasty. We make it often in spite of its low calorie/low fat attributes ;-). My Nana always had a pot of it on the back burner because it was a “free” food, and boy, did the house smell good! Makes lots, but freezes well, also.
This was really good soup!! Made a large batch and it smelled wonderful!!! I didn’t have any citric acid but did add some balsamic vinegar instead. This turned out really good and will help me to continue in my WW journey!!
1 medium head of cabbage
6 large celery ribs
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