Cabbage And Daikon Soup With Sausages And Sour Cream Recipe
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sources, some my own. whilst some are low carb recipes, there are also
some low fat recipes, whilst and diabetic recipes. The one thing they
all have in common with this Cabbage And Daikon Soup With Sausages And Sour Cream Recipe, is that they can
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Cabbage And Daikon Soup With Sausages And Sour Cream
1 small cabbage (1 1/4 to 1 1/2 lbs), quartered, cored,
1 and shredded
4 tbsp unsalted butter
1/2 lb pork sausages, your choice
1 = (though spicy italian or chorizo
6 cup chicken or beef stock
1 = (or water)
1 salt, to taste
1 freshly-ground black pepper, to taste
1 lb daikon radish, peeled, and
1 cut into 1/2 dice
1 cup sour cream
Bring a large pot of water to the boil. Add the cabbage. When the water
returns to a boil, cook the cabbage for 1 minute and drain.
Return the cabbage to the pot along with the butter, stock or water and
sausages. Bring to a boil then reduce the heat to a low simmer. Cover and
cook for 1 hour. Add the daikon and cook for 30 minutes longer.
Remove the sausages and cut into bite-sized pieces. Return to the soup,
which by this point will be very thick. Pass the sour cream separately.
This recipe yields 6 servings.
Total Carbohydrates: 64.75
Total Carbohydrates Minus Fiber: 42.11
Carbohydrates per Serving: 10.8
Carbohydrates per Serving minus Fiber: 7.01
Comments: This old French soup originally used potatoes instead of daikon
radish. You can use zucchini instead if you prefer. The first boiling of
the cabbage helps to "sweeten" it.
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