The Best Cabbage Roll Soup Recipe

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If you are wondering what to make for dinner tonight, you are in the right place. Try out this awesome Cabbage Roll Soup Recipe from Simply Stacie. If you are always looking to collect healthy dinner ideas to add to your collection, the internet is a wonderful place to find new recipes to enjoy with your family. There are so many awesome recipes for homemade soup out there too, and this is definitely one of the more interesting ones you might come across. This is a soup that has all of the ingredients and flavours of cabbage rolls that we know and love and is made using your handy dandy crock pot or slow cooker. The slow cooker is such a fabulous invention which goes back to the early 1900s by a man named Irving Naxon who patented a design for an appliance that would help to cook meals in busy households. Irving was inspired by a recipe that his mother used to make in Lithuania which was essentially a stew that was able to be cooked over the course of a day or overnight to be ready for the next day. Crock Pots were very popular in households where both parents were working and needed healthy dinner ideas and cooking solutions to make life easier. The Crock Pot was really well used in the 1970s up until the invention of the microwave, which made cooking food even quicker. These days Crock Pots and Slow Cookers definitely seem to be making a come back and so many busy families still use them for recipes for homemade soup like this cabbage roll soup and other various recipes.

When you are thinking of healthy dinner ideas, you might be thinking what is the healthiest food out there? There are so many reports telling us about all of these super foods that we should all be eating to have a healthy lifestyle, but it can seem so overwhelming to determine what is a healthy food and what is not. The simplest way to determine what is the healthiest food is to remember that if it came from the Earth, and it is sold at a market, it is probably some of the healthiest food you can eat. Any vegetables that come from the Earth are healthy, not just the newest ones to pop up in articles online and in magazines. In fact, cabbage is one of the very healthy vegetables that you can incorporate into your healthy dinner ideas. Cabbage has a lot of great fibre that is good for digestion and it also helps to lower cholesterol. Cabbage is also filled with vitamins that are essential in our daily diet. There is lots of cabbage in this recipe, that is for sure, four cups to be precise.

There is also some ground beef in this recipe, but you could change that to be turkey meat if you are looking for a healthier option with less fat. There is also some great herbs like oregano and basil, as well as some garlic too. Tomatoes are also a main ingredient in this recipe, giving the soup a nice base. Thank you so much to Stacie from Simply Stacie for this awesome Cabbage Roll Soup Recipe. This recipe would be perfect for any night of the week and the best part is that it can cook all day while you are out working or running errands, so perfect for busy days. Enjoy some of Stacie's other great recipes that she shares on her website, including some yummy dessert recipes, appetizer recipes, side dish recipes, main course recipes and so much more.**

Nutrition Facts for: Cabbage Roll Soup Recipe From Simply Stacie
Ingredients: Cabbage, ground beef, Worcestershire sauce, salt, paprika, onion, garlic cloves, water, oregano, basil, can tomato sauce, can diced tomatoes, rice.
* Percentages (%) are based on a 2000 calorie diet * The entire recipe has been calculated for 4 servings. * Per Serving: Calories 500, Calories from Fat 71, Total Fat 7.9g 12%, Saturated Fat 2.8g 14%, Cholesterol 101mg 34%, Sodium 2029mg 85%, Potassium 1280mg 37%, Carbohydrates 64.7g 22%, Dietary Fiber 9.4g 38%, Sugars 18.0g, Protein 43.3g, Vitamin A 37%, Vitamin C 94%, Calcium 12%, Iron 147%

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