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Old 12-28-2005, 09:02 AM   #1
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Sweet And Sour Cabbage Soup

SWEET AND SOUR CABBAGE SOUP
3 TBL. VEGETABLE OIL
2 LARGE ONIONS, HALVED AND SLICED CROSS-WISE
3-5 MEDIUM CARROTS SLICED 3/8.
4 CLOVES GARLIC, MINCED
5 TSP. PAPRIKA (PREFERABLY HUNGARIAN)
6 CUPS CHICKEN BROTH
3 CANS (EA, 14 ½ OZ.) DICED TOMATOES W/ LIQUID
1 ½ CUPS CRANBERRIES
10 TBLS. LEMON JUICE, DIVIDED
6 TBL. BROWN SUGAR
3 LARGE TURNIPS, CUT INTO ½. CHUNKS
¾ CUP CRUSHED GINGER SNAPS (ABOUT 10 COOKIES)
¾ CUP FRESH CHOPPED DILL
IF USING DRIED, START WITH 3 TSP.
¾ TSP. EA, SALT AND BLACK PEPPER
1 LARGE HEAD CABBAGE, ABOUT 3 LBS.
2 (4?) TBLS. CHILI SAUCE (ROOSTER)
HEAT OIL IN LARGE SOUP POT
ADD ONIONS AND CARROTS. SAUTE UNTIL SOFTENED, ABOUT 10 MINUTES
QUARTER THE CABBAGE, CORE AND CUT INTO 1/8.X 1 ½. STRIPS.
ADD CABBAGE AND GARLIC TO ONION MIXTURE
COOK UNTIL JUST SOFTENED, ABOUT 7 MINUTES OR SO, ADDING A LITTLE BROTH
WHEN NECESSARY.
ADD PAPRIKA AND STIR.
COOK ABOUT 2 MINUTES.
ADD BROTH, RESERVING 1 ½ CUPS
ADD TOMATOES. BRING TO A BOIL, PARTIALLY COVER AND SIMMER ABOUT 25-
30 MINUTES, STIRRING OFTEN.
ADD CRANBERRIES, AND 5 TBL. OF THE LEMON JUICE.
STIR IN THE BROWN SUGAR
ADD TURNIPS
RETURN TO A BOIL AND COOK UNTIL TURNIPS ARE DONE, ABOUT 20 MINUTES.
STIR IN COOKIE CRUMBS, REMAINING LEMON JUICE, SALT AND PEPPER AND
DILL.
ADD CHILI SAUCE, TO TASTE, ALLOWING A LITTLE TIME BEFORE ADDING MORE.
IF NECESSARY, ADJUST TO TASTE THE SWEET/SOUR FACTOR WITH BROWN
SUGAR/LEMON JUICE.
NOTE; THIS SOUP TENDS TO THE .STEW. END. MORE BROTH CAN BE ADDED TO
ACHIEVE DESIRED CONSISTANCY.




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Old 12-28-2005, 09:29 AM   #2
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that looks good luckytrim, thanks for the post. i love cabbage soup. sweet and sours sounds interesting.
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