Brussels Sprouts and Sausage Soup

  • blumoonqueen Posted: 05/02/09
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    I've made this soup many times, and absolutely love it! So do my friends I served it to. The caraway seeds and the bay leave make the flavor. this soup reminds me my mom's & my both grandma's cooking

  • fitsari37 Posted: 12/01/09
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    Both me and my husband love this recipe. I like how the sausage gives a hint of spice in the background. It's perfect for cold fall or winter night. Definitely a staple recipe around our house!

  • Tomcooks Posted: 09/21/09
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    Excellent soup! Made with cabbage instead of brussels sprouts is a good option, and with or without the sausage is good too. So good I had to find the receipe online since I let someone borrow my magazine with the receipe!

  • sharmaho Posted: 12/12/09
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    We have made this dish often for our children, this is the only way they will eat brussel sprouts and they often ask for it. Delicious!

  • saydee3 Posted: 11/07/11
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    This recipe is amazing. I made it tonight using frozen Brussels sprouts and some really amazing andouille from Jacob's in La Place, LA and it was absolutely perfect. It took about 20ish minutes and tasted like something that had cooked for hours. This will be in regular rotation during the winter. Delicious!!

  • purpledaizy Posted: 09/18/12
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    I made this soup but I used hot andouille sausage instead and it I like it. If you like spicy food use the hot. Also, slicing the sausage became impossible after I removed the casing so I chopped it up. Overall, very good soup for a cold day.

  • becmt4 Posted: 02/11/13
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    my entire family loved it. I substituted coconut oil for olive oil for flavor. And I added bacon (everything is better with bacon:)

  • JasonBurn Posted: 11/12/12
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    I've made this several times. The spicier the sausage, the better this soup tastes. Conecuh hot and spicy smoked sausage is the best so far. When using a milder sausage, it's great with fresh ground black pepper.

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