This German potato and cabbage soup ("Kartofeel-Weißkohleintopf") is so delicious on a cool autumn evening. It's traditional for Oktoberfest celebrations as well.
If you are looking for easy soup recipes, try this one. You can use either a green cabbage or savoy cabbage. The savoy cabbage is a milder tasting cabbage, so it's really great for those who really don't like cabbage that much. But since cabbage is so healthy, give it a try.
You'll find this is a great "comfort" soup. Filling and satisfying, it's one that I make often, not just for family, but guests as well. I think you'll like it as well.
If you really like cabbage, then use green cabbage. This recipe is an easy way how to cook cabbage and end up with a soup that satisfies. The recipe below makes enough for 4 people, but I like to double the recipe so that there are leftovers for the next day.
The amounts of vegetables can vary - a bit more of this and a little less of that. This can be a vegetarian dish, or you can always add some smoked sausage or wieners if you wish.
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Potato Cabbage Soup
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