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German Turkey Kielbasa Soup

This soup tastes just like German potato salad, but it's soup!


Makes 4 Servings

Hillshire Farms Turkey Kielbasa, cut into discs
1 Onion, chopped
½ Cabbage, chopped
6 potatoes (whatever kind floats your boat, I used red), cut into ½“ cubes
water
salt
pepper
vinegar
sugar (splenda)

Calories: 335.5, Fat: 8.75g, Carbs: 37.5, Protein: 22.75

Fill large saucepan or small pot halfway with water. Salt and bring to a boil. While the water is heating up, in a separate stockpot sauté onions with a bit of olive oil, pinch of salt and some pepper. When onions are transparent, add cabbage and sausage. Add a few pinches of sugar and a few splashes of vinegar to taste. Add a bit of water to keep it from burning. Turn burner down to low to keep warm. When the water in the first pot is boiling, add chopped potatoes. Boil until tender. When potatoes are done pour all contents into second pot. Add water, salt, and pepper to taste (if you like more broth, add more water). Let it all simmer together for a few minutes and serve. 

Note: I calculated the calories of the total recipe and divided it into 4. However, you could probably get far more than four bowls of soup out of this pot - like probably 8 - 10 bowls depending on how much water you use. Which makes it fewer calories per serving. 

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