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Kapuśniak (sauerkraut soup) by

Tags: easy

It's a sour soup - a good alternative for tomato soup.

Instead of sausage, you can use also pork ribs - just spice them and fry before adding to soup. For better taste use homemade bullion.

In case of this soup, potatoes have to be boiled in separate pot - cause in sour water they need much more time to get tender.

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- homemade bullion: 500 ml
- sauerkraut (polish: kapusta kiszona): 200 g
- smoked belly bacon: 160 g
- pork sausage (a type eaten as boiled or grilled): 160 g
- onions: 1 medium
- salt and pepper


1. Cut the sauerkraut a bit, cut bacon into cubes and chop the onion.
2. Add all ingredients to the pot and cook for half an hour.
3. Add some salt and pepper at your discretion.

Serve with boiled potatoes.

Servings: 3

Nutrition Information (per serving):
Calories 535

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