Kielbasa Sausage Soup
No potatoes? No problem! You can still make this unique and healthy Kielbasa soup without potatoes as commonly seen in Polska Kielbasa recipes. This is a sausage and cabbage soup that is perfect for the winter weather as it warms up your body and happy soul. I mean chicken noodle soup is good and all, but my taste buds could use a new adventure. What about you?
Keibasa is one of my favorite things to cook since not only does it has a bold savory flavor but it does not take much time to cook. Also we know that Dickey’s Kielbasa sausage is very tasty when smoked but now we can enjoy it again in this polish soup. While you are here, be sure to order stacks of Kielbasa sausages along with others like the Black Pepper Brisket Sausage or the French Onion Soup Smoked Sausage to stock in the freezer. You never know when they might come in clutch on inclement weather days when schools and business offices close or for a nice summer cookout. They’re delicious any time of the year!
Kielbasa sausage is only about 150 Kielbasa calories per serving. This Kielbasa soup recipe, is often referred to as "The Wonder Soup" because it possesses some magical weight management properties. This polish sausage soup is tasty, diet-friendly, and an all-around healthy meal choice. Don't ask me how something that tastes so good can be considered great for weight loss. We don’t know how but we know that it is!
Get your ladles, soup spoons, and soup bowls out and ready to serve a pot of hearty Kielbasa Cabbage soup for the whole family at lunch or dinner. We believe you will return to this Kielbasa sausage recipe time and time again.
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1 Yellow Onion
1 Carrot, peeled
3 Ribs Celery
2 Garlic Cloves (minced)
2 Qt Chicken Broth
2 Oz Olive Oil
2 Cans Diced Tomatoes
2 Cans White Beans
1 Head Green Cabbage
2 Pounds Dickey's Polish Sausage
To Taste, Salt and Pepper
Dice onions, carrots, and celery into ½ inch pieces.
In a 8 quart stock pot over medium high heat, add olive oil.
Add minced garlic and stir until fragrant.
Add chicken broth, white beans, and diced tomatoes and bring to a boil.
Cut cabbage in quarters, remove core and cut into ½ inch strips.
Cook for 30 minutes to soften the cabbage.
Slice sausage into ¼ inch coins and add to soup, cook for 5 minutes.
Ladle into bowls and enjoy.