Monday, October 29, 2012

Stuffed Cabbage Soup



This is part two of my post on krautburgers from Thursday. You will most likely have leftover filling from the krautburgers and this is a great way to use it up in a different dish. If you did not want to make the krautburgers and just the soup, just follow the recipe until it instructs you to fill the rolled out biscuits.

I always think it would be a great idea to make stuffed cabbage rolls. It has quite a few things I love and it comes in a cute little package. However after I try to steam a few of the whole leaves I think to myself  "Oh yeah, this is why we don't do this." This soup is a great alternative to actually stuffing cabbage leaves. Its a very simple and quick way to get the same flavors and none of the fuss!

For this yummy soup you will need:
hamburger, cabbage and onion mixture from the krautburger post (at least 1 cup)
1 14 oz can of condensed tomato soup
1 14 oz can of diced tomatoes
1 cup of cooked white rice

HEat up the canned soup and tomatoes in a small pot. Add the hamburger and cabbage filling. When this mixture is simmering add in the cooked rice. Let this simmer for about ten more minutes and add any additional seasonings you want. Serve with crusty bread and a sprinkle of Parmesan cheese. 





2 comments:

  1. I love that this recipe uses the left overs from your Krautburgers! How smart!

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  2. Two meals out of one is perfect for busy cooks. This recipe is a keeper!

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