Soupe aux Choux ( cabbage and pork soup) : Easy and healthy French soup for winter

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The is a classic version of the French cabbage soup ( soup aux choux ) where fresh cabbages are blanched sliced and cook with smoked pork belly and chicken stock. chunky pieces of cabbage and smoked pork belly really give that soup its character. 🙂🙂👨🏻‍🍳

Ingredients:

1 medium size cabbage ( savoy or white cabbage)
300 grams of smoked pork belly
1 medium size carrot
1 onion
3 cloves
2 litres / 8 cups of clear chicken stock ( or 2 liters of water)
1 tablespoon of butter
salt and pepper for seasoning
4 slices of Bread (oven toasted and cut in chunks )

To make the chicken stock watch that video:

You can use water instead of stock to make the soup but you will not get the same flavors. i recommended you use stock to get the fully hearty flavours.

soupe au choux is one of the most iconic french soup there is and makes a return when cabbages are in season and the temperature outside gets colder.

Soupe au choux ( cabbage soup): easy and healthy French soup for winter

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