German Vegetable Soup
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Cook: 35 min.
Makes16 servings (4 quarts)
Really enjoyed this soup, very tasty. Will definately make it again.
This is the best soup I have ever had .I used Angus ground round in it ,delish.
Will definitely make again! Great on a cold winter's night.
Our new favorite!!! I did make a few minor changes...I used venison burger instead of beef, added a can of stewed tomatoes, cream style corn instead of whole kernel, and frozen peas instead of canned. It makes a huge amount & is so thick that it almost can't be called soup!!!
Delicious. My best friend and I both enjoyed this filling soup. I had everything on hand, so it was quick to throw together. I used spicy vegetable juice and it had a nice little kick.
yuk, veggies in the can? No thanks. Sorry
I make this all the time but I do substitute a bag of frozen vegies (corn, peas, green beans) & add a can of beef consomme. I also make ho-made noodles; this is the go to soup when the weather is nasty n chilly outside. I do not wait for cold weather as I could eat this soup all year round n I do !
I have to keep this on hand all winter - per my husband. He LOVES it.
This is an awesome soup. So good and warming on cold day! I actually used sausage with it instead of ground burger. Was delish!
I grew up on this soup, being German. We made it with a chuck roast, boiled it with salt and pepper until tender, cut it in chunks and used the broth from the beef instead of bouillon and always used canned veggies because that's what we had on hand. It isn't real German soup if you use frozen food, it was unheard of when I was growing up ! either fresh or canned. Love this soup on a cold winter day, it's my comfort food.