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Old 01-03-2016, 02:50 PM   #11
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It's a chilly (for us) soup day here too. I haven't done this recipe in a long time so it will fill the bill. I think I'll also add a can of Kraut, and use purple cabbage.

Sweet n Sour Sausage Cabbage Soup
The purple may discolor the soup. I usually saute/pan roast the cabbage first. I also Toast the spices in a dry ci pan to wake them up. I have been making a lot cabbage soup lately. Next time I am going to make Norwegian sweet and sour red cabbage and make it into Borscht. I know TL has posted her Danish recipe of this Nordic dish.
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I pan fried some sea bass fillets and made a ginger, chilli and tomato 'sauce' to go with it. I was sure I had too much ginger (it tasted so powerful when I chewed it raw) but could barely detect it at all in the finished dish. (I had the fish with toasted sourdough bread and a green salad).
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Old 01-03-2016, 03:19 PM   #13
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Dried fried beef shreds(干煸牛肉丝)

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Old 01-03-2016, 03:41 PM   #14
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That looks tasty Powerplantop - what were the seasonings/flavourings?
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Last reasonable temperature evening (for January) before we get the Arctic blast tomorrow. Daughter, SIL and grandbaby are coming over. Marinated steak tips on the grill, roast brussel sprouts, TJ's spinach and chive pasta with pesto, green salad, tzatziki, and dutch oven rosemary and olive oil bread. We're gonna have leftovers!
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Old 01-03-2016, 04:42 PM   #16
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The purple may discolor the soup. I usually saute/pan roast the cabbage first. I also Toast the spices in a dry ci pan to wake them up. I have been making a lot cabbage soup lately. Next time I am going to make Norwegian sweet and sour red cabbage and make it into Borscht. I know TL has posted her Danish recipe of this Nordic dish.
Did you ever write down a recipe for us CWS? If you did, I can't find it.


Red cabbage is what I have on hand right now so pink soup is what it's going to be.
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Looks good, powerplant! Nice to see you back, haven't seen you here in a while.
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Last reasonable temperature evening (for January) before we get the Arctic blast tomorrow. Daughter, SIL and grandbaby are coming over. Marinated steak tips on the grill, roast brussel sprouts, TJ's spinach and chive pasta with pesto, green salad, tzatziki, and dutch oven rosemary and olive oil bread. We're gonna have leftovers!
Wow, tenspeed...what an amazing sounding meal! Have a great day with family.
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Old 01-03-2016, 05:01 PM   #19
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Did you ever write down a recipe for us CWS? If you did, I can't find it.


Red cabbage is what I have on hand right now so pink soup is what it's going to be.
For the Tex-Mex version or my cabbage roll soup with cabbage and sauerkraut? Yes, I did. Both would be base soups--play with them based on what you have in your pantry, etc.
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That looks tasty Powerplantop - what were the seasonings/flavourings?
I do not have the recipe written out, will do that before I post the video. But This is ingrediants.

8oz beef
1 tablespoons Cooking Wine
1 teaspoon Soy Sauce
1 tablespoons Cooking Oil
Pinch of Salt

Equal volume of Chinese Celery to meat
2 or 3 Green Onion (white part)
1 inch ginger
1 Tablespoon Doubanjiang
1/4 teaspoon Chili Pepper Powder
1/4 teaspoon Sichuan Peppercorn
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