Easy Golumpki Soup


What is Golumpki Soup? It is soup full of cabbage, ground beef, onions, crushed tomatoes, rice and more. Golumpki Soup is the ingredients from cabbage rolls made into soup that is so easy to prepare! You don’t have to make the actual cabbage rolls because everything from the cabbage rolls is in the soup. All that wonderful taste with very little effort!

To see the step by step directions with pictures and a printable recipe card click HERE.



  1. I pinned this one a couple of years ago when you posted it and have made it several times. It was always a hit at church lunches and my kids love it to. I really need to get a cabbage and make it again.

  2. I love stuffed cabbage, so i will definitely make this soup.

    Also you had a recipe that used noodles, condensed chicken soup, chicken, cheese and heavy cream. I tried it but had to make a rue sauce instead of using the can soup. Too much salt for my husband’s diet. It was delicious! Thanks for sharing.

    I enjoy your recipes because they are easy to follow, and you use ingredients already in your kitchen or easy to find at the local grocery.🤗👣

      • Me too – lots of crockpot soup recipes in those recipe books which I looked at once – when retired, I’ll try some of them. For now, just getting recipes from the Facebook group. I saw a bread recipe with Bisquick … just a few ingredients. Maybe I will be like your granddaughter. She is nine years old right? I am 64 1/2! 🙂

      • All you do in add the ingredients and stir. The easiest bread you could make. No kneading, no rising just stir, pour into a bread pan and bake. It isn’t the consistency like sandwich bread but boy is it good with butter!

      • You do make it sound easy Diane. I follow a blogger who writes mostly about nature (some birds in her garden and pretty garden), but she also writes about cooking every few weeks. Last week she wrote on baking her own bread. This bread almost made me salivate … probably a good thing I’ve not used that oven in ten years or I’d be ready to make your bread or Sabine’s bread:

      • Oh, I thought so too Diane … I like that rustic bread, especially sourdough boules. We have one Meijer store that carries some small rustic loaves from somewhere in northern Michigan. They are to die for and I ate most of the loaf last time I got it! Another fellow blogger (Ruth) wrote about her sour dough starter last year and showed some of her bread. They grow all their own fruits and veggies just like you and Ruth has put up everything already. She loves that sourdough bread too.

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