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Tomato Cabbage Soup Recipe

 This tomato cabbage soup is enlivened by the famous cabbage soup diet. The substance of the eating routine was eating cabbage soup 2-3 times each day alongside plenty of different products of the soil and a designated rundown of nourishments added every day. It is similar to brown rice and chicken. While I'm not an enthusiast of the eating regimen, the soup itself is quite a tasty solid formula that I would suggest!

The tomato cabbage soup is low in protein, low in complex carbs, and low in fats, so it might leave you longing for something all the more fulfilling. Be that as it may, I think it works brilliantly as a soup for lunch or an hors d'oeuvre at supper when you need something light or need to detox following a few days of hefty eating. Yet, you have to make a point to get key supplements in different nourishments you eat for the day.

Tips for making tomato cabbage soup

  1. Use water rather than stock. On the off chance that you need to bring down the sodium in the formula or don't have any stock available, you can without much of a stretch make your vegetable stock or use water. Simply make certain to prepare it appropriately.
  2. Set the soup to stew, not bubble. You're searching for two or three air pockets to ascend to the surface, rather than huge air pockets. When the fluid reaches boiling point, turn the warmth to low. This will guarantee that the vegetables are not overcooked a dry.
  3. Season each layer. At whatever point you're making soup, it's imperative to prepare each layer you add to guarantee the best flavor. While I incorporate one piece of the directions for preparing (as not to sound repetitive), it truly helps flavor the soup on the off chance that you season every time you add new fixings to the pot.
  4. Make it a total feast by adding protein to it. You can add a plant-based protein like quinoa or you can add destroyed chicken or ground turkey to make it all the more satisfying.
  5. Look at my fast and simple instructional exercise for how to cut cabbage.

I am commonly not an enthusiast of any eating regimen that restricts any nutrition type. So I am not a defender of the cabbage soup diet, but rather I am 100% an advocate of this tomato cabbage soup, enlivened by the eating routine. It leaves me feeling warm within, fulfilled, and not overloaded by my supper. Also, it's an extraordinary method to go through the extra vegetables you have toward the week's end!

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Tomato cabbage soup ingredients

  • 1 tablespoon olive oil
  • 1 onion hacked
  • 2 garlic cloves minced
  • 3 celery stems cleaved
  • 3 long carrots cleaved
  • 1/2 teaspoon salt
  • 1/4 teaspoon dark pepper
  • 1 teaspoon oregano
  • 1/4 teaspoon cayenne or to taste
  • 15 ounces canned diced tomatoes with their juices
  • 4 ounces tomato glue
  • 4 cups vegetable stock low sodium
  • 1 little white cabbage destroyed (around 4 cups)


  1. Warmth olive oil in an enormous pot over medium warmth. Add onions, celery, and carrots and saute for a couple of moments until fragrant and delicate, around 5-7 minutes. Add the garlic, at that point season with salt and pepper, oregano, and cayenne, and cook for 1 more moment.
  2. Mix in the diced tomatoes and the tomato glue and blend well in with different fixings. Add the vegetable stock and heat to the point of boiling. Mix in the cabbage and stew for 20 minutes until the cabbage mollifies.
  3. Taste the soup and change preparing varying or add more water/stock to change the consistency.


  1. Capacity: Store any extras in a sealed shut holder. They will last as long as 5 days in the cooler.
  2. Freezing Instructions: Cool the tomato cabbage soup. At that point move it to single-serving bits and store it in a cooler safe compartment for as long as 3 months.
  3. Dietary Data: The data underneath is a mechanized gauge and could fluctuate dependent on cooking strategies and fixings utilized.