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Sass Muffin 08-13-2010 11:29 AM

Spicy Rotel and V-8 Cabbage Soup
 
1 whole head of cabbage, chopped
1 c chopped carrots
1 c sliced mushrooms
1 c chopped bell pepper
1 c chopped onion
1 c chopped zucchini
1 can (15 oz) Rotel tomatoes
1 small can of diced tomatoes with jalapeno peppers
1 packet of Lipton onion soup mix
1 can of lima beans
46 oz bottle of V8 juice
cayenne pepper, salt and pepper to taste.

Put all in crockpot and simmer all day.
Can also make in large stock pot, covered- simmer and stir occasionally until vegetables are tender and flavours blend to your liking.

Johnny West 08-13-2015 10:57 AM

Re: Spicy Rotel and V-8 Cabbage Soup
 
My son is a vegetarian and think he would like this a lot.

Thanks for the idea.

Luckytrim 08-14-2015 08:46 AM

Re: Spicy Rotel and V-8 Cabbage Soup
 
Oh, Yeah !

This will happen as soon as the weather cools !


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luvs 08-14-2015 02:12 PM

Re: Spicy Rotel and V-8 Cabbage Soup
 
my family taught me to, & now i, make a soup very near to yours, lollie, though we use a different tomato. we call ours 'kitchen sink soup'. now I'm hungry-- 'going a block away to get fresh bread to dip in.

buzzard767 08-15-2015 06:05 PM

Re: Spicy Rotel and V-8 Cabbage Soup
 
I made it and it's excellent. The recipe is too much for a medium size crock pot though.

Luckytrim 02-13-2016 09:00 AM

Re: Spicy Rotel and V-8 Cabbage Soup
 
I'm making this tomorrow, in a stock pot, but I have a question..........

Chopped !
Are we chopping everything the way we do "chopped onions" ? :confused:
Seems to me this is too rough a treatment........... what did you guys do ?

I need to hear back by tomorrow morning .
:thankyou:
Also, I will tweak the recipe by adding a slab of ham, medium dice.

Luckytrim 02-15-2016 08:39 AM

Re: Spicy Rotel and V-8 Cabbage Soup
 
Didn't get an answer to my query, so I went with my gut and left the veggies a bit larger than chopped.... worked well !

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Sass Muffin 02-15-2016 10:29 AM

Re: Spicy Rotel and V-8 Cabbage Soup
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Luckytrim (Post 300902)
Didn't get an answer to my query, so I went with my gut and left the veggies a bit larger than chopped.... worked well !

http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b1...pszifvizib.jpg


Yup!!!

Looks exactly as it's supposed to.

This is the most delicious soup I've ever made and will be doing it again soon.

Luckytrim 02-15-2016 10:37 AM

Re: Spicy Rotel and V-8 Cabbage Soup
 
THX, Sass !

My cabbage head was very large, but, having chopped it already, I just doubled the quantities of the other ingredients to fit.....

I went a little too heavy on the Cayenne, at least for everybody but me.
A half cup of light brown sugar solved that without affecting the taste overall....

I diced a slab of ham steak and added it about 20 minutes before the finish....

QSis 02-15-2016 12:18 PM

Re: Spicy Rotel and V-8 Cabbage Soup
 
Looks great, Lucky! Yes, I'd like some sort of meat in it, too!

Lee

dansdiamond 02-15-2016 01:39 PM

Re: Spicy Rotel and V-8 Cabbage Soup
 
Quote:

Originally Posted by Luckytrim (Post 300902)
Didn't get an answer to my query, so I went with my gut and left the veggies a bit larger than chopped.... worked well !

http://i19.photobucket.com/albums/b1...pszifvizib.jpg

When you chop a carrot small, or just slice it. Your missing out on the flavor of the carrot, especially fused with the soup. Chop your carrots large.
Soup looks fantastic.

Luckytrim 02-15-2016 01:41 PM

Re: Spicy Rotel and V-8 Cabbage Soup
 
Problem with that in a soup, Dan, is it takes much longer for the carrots to soften, compared to the other vegetables....


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