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Old-World Cabbage Soup

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4 large carrots — cubed
1/2 head cabbage — chopped
1 sweet onion — finely chopped
4 stalks of celery — cubed
1 1/2 cups tomato and vegetable juice cocktail
3/4 cup ketchup
3 cups vegetable broth
14.5 oz of canned chicken
14.5 oz of chicken broth
14.5 oz canned tomatoes — peeled and diced

Nutritional information

7 g
1.2 g
6.2 g
682 mg
0 mg

Old-World Cabbage Soup

  • Non Veg
    • 4 hrs
    • Serves 20
    • Medium



    The Old-World Cabbage Soup will make your cold and wintery evenings memorable. It is recommended that you cook it a day before you intend to consume the soup, refrigerate it overnight and have it the next day after reheating. The soup can be easily made with minimal effort in about 4 hours. It makes the best dish when you are not in the mood to cook an elaborate meal but still looking at something filling and delicious. It is one soup that can be easily made in huge batches for later use.

    Health Benefits

    • Cabbage is packed with anti-oxidants and helps lower the risk of cancer while also improving eye health. Lower blood pressure and cholesterol levels are the other benefits of this wonder vegetable.
    • Cabbage is a great source of vitamin K and helps keep skin healthy by keeping acne at bay.
    • Cabbage is known to improve digestion as it has loads of fiber content that helps in regular movement of the bowel.
    • Cabbages can be eaten either raw or cooked and can be added to many dishes including salads, soups, and stews.
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    How to make Old-World Cabbage Soup

    • Chop cabbage and add it to an 8-quart soup pot. Heat the diced carrot with 2 tbsp water in a microwave oven for 6 minutes (high heat).
    • Microwave cubed celery in 2 tbsp water for 4 minutes.
    • Add the celery and carrot to the pot. Mix the ketchup, celery, and sweet onion. Add in chicken broth, juice cocktail, tomatoes, and vegetable broth.
    • Add water, cover with a lid, and boil for 30 minutes.
    • Cook on a low flame for approximately 2-3 hours.
    • Serve the soup with some French baguette or warm bread. Season with Tabasco, black pepper, and salt.


    Did you know that cabbage, cauliflowers, kale, and broccoli all belong to the same species of plant although they all look entirely different?

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