Fall is here (f i n a l l y) and that means it is officially soup season. I love all soups. I could pretty much eat soup every day regardless of the weather. This soup is extremely easy to make and comes in handy if you are trying to beat a cold. This soup is packed with nutritious vegetables and makes for a wholesome meal! You can make the roasted cabbage the night before and use the leftovers for this soup! I may or may not have done that before 😉 Sometimes for a side dish, I like to slice a whole cabbage and roast it until it is slightly golden brown and and serve it with our main dish. It is a simple, yet delicious way to eat cabbage. This is where I got my original idea of adding cabbage to this soup..hint, hint!
I am slightly obsessed with rotisserie chickens because they are so convenient and tasty. They are perfect for a quick and easy dinner when you are wanting something easy and quick. Check out this simple recipe I made for dinner a few months back using rotisserie chicken: Cheesy Rotisserie Chicken Enchiladas. I am not a fan of any dry chicken. I used to think eating chicken breast was great because it was so lean and healthy- regardless of how it tasted. Now days, you won’t see me eating chicken breast unless it is cooked perfectly like in my Skillet Chicken Marsala recipe.
Anyways, back to my soup! I like to double the recipe on this so I can freeze half of it. I mean, how can you not love a hot bowl of soup on a cold night? You should definitely add this to your winter dinner menu!