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This month we focused on FIVE items of your choice in a meal. It was a “Go for what you know” kind of meal.
Mom’s “Go to meal” is something easy that she puts in the crock pot all day long to simmer – Spicy Cabbage Soup. And we all love it – yep we have tasted it. It’s that good. It’s an easy meal, has a little spice to it and is great for a cold wet day. We hope that you enjoy it too when you fix it 🙂
2 cans of mixed vegetables, $2.38
1 package of sirloin, about a pound. On this date it was cheaper to buy it as a small piece of sirloin instead of it already being cubed. It was $7.43 for the pound.
1 head of cabbage, $1.28 for the head.
2 boxes of beef broth, $4.98
Seasoning in the form of pepper, salt and pepper flakes.
Directions: Plug in your crock pot and put on low in the early morning before leaving for work. Pour in the two boxes of beef broth. We get the low sodium kind. Chop up the entire head of cabbage and put in the crock pot. Stir the cabbage in to make sure the broth is covering it. In the meantime, cut up your sirloin into small cubes. You can buy the sirloin that is already cut up – whatever you prefer. This date it was cheaper to buy it whole. Salt and pepper the beef and throw it in the crock pot with a quick stir. Then add in your canned vegetables, black pepper to taste and pepper flakes to taste. Remember, pepper flakes are spicy. Less is best if you are not sure what kind of spice you want. You can always add more in when you serve the individual bowls. Mom likes to serve it with cornbread or a crusty type bread for dipping. Goes great on cold rainy days or cold winter nights.