Yield: 10 servings
|2 pounds||Kielbasa (smoked polish|
|6 cans||Fresh-like veg-all|
|Vegetables, suitable for|
|2 cans||Stewed tomatoes|
|2 cans||V-8 vegetable juice -- (8|
|½ medium||Size cabbage -- (1/2 to 1)|
bring to a boil in a LARGE pot about 2-3 quarts of water. chop keilbasa into ¼ inch slices, and throw into boiling water. let simmer for a while (½ - 2 hours [this brings a smokey flavor to the broth]), and then add the liquid from the cans of stewed tomatoes.
chop the tomatoes and add them also. Drain the vegetables, and add.
add the V-8 and let it come back up to a simmer. while waiting for the pot to simmer, chop the cabbage into small ( 1 inch ) pieces.
also, you may add Tabasco, Trappeys, etc hot sauce, in several drop quanitites, or use the "HOT" version of V-8. when simmering, add the Cabbage, and allow to simmer until the cabbage goes very limp. about ½ hour.
Total hands on time, 15 minutes Total cooking time, 1 hour 15 minutes to 3 hours. Serve with Fresh baked Rye, Pumpernickle, French, or whole wheat bread. serves 10, or 4 if they are ravenous.
Like I said, not sure if it is weird, but It is great, and easy, and cheap! My mother in law prefers this to just about everything else I make...
Recipe By :
From: Peter Maughan <ast!csrd.Uiuc.Edu!