My Best Potato Soup Recipe
by Mark Mussack
Potato Soup - Kartoffelsuppe
I just wanted to let you know what a wonderful site this is!!! I just stumbled upon it today as I was looking for a Sauerbraten recipe like my Grandmother used to make.
sounds like something I remember well when I was young. I remember a lot of green cabbage with this. I think I will try it out whilst the beef marinates and I will let you know how it all turns out! . . .
I tried the Kartoffelsuppe
I chose a Kielbasa
for the meat, sliced it into medallions and browned it in the pan with the bacon & onions. To your recipe I added half a head of cabbage, 1 tbsp. caraway seed, 1 tbsp. dill weed, a couple of bay leaves and 2 cubes of chicken bouillon
. This is a keeper! =)
PS: I've got some beef marinating
that I'll throw in the slow cooker tomorrow, and if I'm ambitious enough, I might try Rouladen
Everything here sounds delicious, and I am making up a shopping list to try some of them!!
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