Bratwurst Stew

Bratwurst Stew

"Using leftover brats hurries along the preparation of this satisfying stew from Deborah Elliott of Ridge Springs, South Carolina. 'When time is short, this flavorful combination is so good and so easy, I usually have all the ingredients handy,' she adds."
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45 m servings
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  1. In a large saucepan, combine the broth, carrots, celery, onion and seasonings. Bring to a boil. Reduce heat; cover and simmer for 15 minutes. Add the cabbage; cover and cook for 10 minutes. Stir in beans and bratwurst; heat through.

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This stew is fabulous. I add about 4 diced red potatoes & let it simmer & it becomes a nice thick broth. Love it! Have already made it over & over again. Thanks!

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This was pretty yummo, and very easy to fix. I did not have cabbage, so I used canned sauerkraut and only left it in 5 minutes before adding beans, and brats.

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This stew is fabulous. I add about 4 diced red potatoes & let it simmer & it becomes a nice thick broth. Love it! Have already made it over & over again. Thanks!

I have been looking for a tasty way to use leftover brats and this is very good. My husband really loved it. We both added more garlic...I will add a full teaspoon of garlic powder to the stew...

I sort of winged this recipe after I forgot to pick up cabbage at the store. I added Yukon Gold potatoes and my boyfriend is still raving about it. Definitely something nice to eat on a chilly...

I used turkey bratwurst instead of the regular kind. It turned out great. My husband, who doesn't usually like turkey bratwurst couldn't tell and he loved the soup. After the soup was cooked,...

This was pretty yummo, and very easy to fix. I did not have cabbage, so I used canned sauerkraut and only left it in 5 minutes before adding beans, and brats.

This recipe was bland to my taste as written; so I added a can of chopped tomatoes, more garlic, tsp. of ground pepper and a pinch of cayenne. Maybe it's the cold weather, but this seemed a bit...

This soup was wonderful! I didn't use the beans but instead used 5 medium red skin potatoes. It reminded me of the soup from olive garden. Zuppa. Will definitely be making this again. Will be a ...

I'm sure it would be great as written, but I substituted collard greens for the cabbage and cannellini beans for the great northerns, because that's what I had at hand. I also used plenty of fr...

This is a great recipe. I made it for the first time today. My picky son and husband love it. The recipe called for cabbage but I did not have any on hand so I subsituted with potatoes. It s...

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