Ham and Cabbage Soup Recipe- Flash Back Friday

  • Half a Head of Cabbage -Diced
  • One med size Onion-Diced
  • One clove Garlic
  • 1/2 cup Barley
  • 12 cups lamb bone broth
  • 1/2 cup of left over chopped cooked ham
  • 1/4th cup of dried Stinging Nettle
  • Spices -A pinch of Basil, parsley, salt and pepper.

Put a tablespoon of olive oil in the large steel soup pot, and add the onion/garlic, cook till clear, then add the chopped cabbage, and cook till you are getting brown bits on the cabbage, then add broth, barley and spices, cook for about 40 min or until Barley is done.

This recipe made me 3 one liter jars of soup. The is a very frugal meal, About 50 cents worth of cabbage, I got the ham on sale and it worked out to about 33 cents worth, the onion 10 cents, the garlic 10 cents, about 20 cents worth of barley and the broth was homemade, most of the spices were homegrown.. salt/pepper another 10 cents.. for a total of 1.33 for the pot of soup, it made six servings of two cups per serving, so .22 cents per meal.. its does not get much better then that.. and its very healthy to boot..

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