Ready for this easy pressure cooker cabbage soup recipe? If you love your Instant Pot and cabbage then this may become your favorite dinner ever!
Ready for some more easy Instant Pot recipes that are perfect for cooler weather….but really delicious year round!! If so you’ve got to try our pressure cooker cabbage soup, it is amazing with ground sausage or beef! Added to our long list of Instant Pot soup recipes it is a complete meal with a TON of flavor.
I made this once but it came out thick more like a casserole so this time I added more “juice” and it came out perfect.
I added rice to “beef” up our pressure cooker cabbage soup a bit more but you could easily eliminate that part and it would still turn out great.
It’s totally up to you, use what you have on hand and what you love I always say.
If you’ve never made any simple cabbage recipes they’re really great and bring a great texture with the addition of this vegetable that doesn’t get nearly as much credit as it should in my opinion.
Here are a few of our other favorite Instant Pot cabbage recipes:
- I first created this Instant Pot stuffed cabbage casserole a year or so again which always tastes amazing
- Pressure cooker fried cabbage
- Instant Pot stuffed cabbage is a family fave
- Easy Instant Pot corned beef and cabbage
- Pressure cooker chicken quinoa casserole has cabbage in it too and is a great complete dinner
My grandma cooked with cabbage all the time and when I was younger it wasn’t anything I was about to try…..but I must be getting older because I’m all about cabbage in just about everything now.
This was a total winner and great as is without anything else, maybe a roll on the side if you wanted.
These are the ingredients you need to make pressure cooker cabbage soup
- Ground sausage – I like spicy version, could use ground beef but sausage has WAY more flavor
- Spaghetti sauce
- Diced tomatoes
- Beef broth
- Rice – white, uncooked
Best part is you don’t even have to precook your rice you just throw it right into your Instant Pot with everything else and it comes out perfectly tender.
As I said you can leave the rice out if you would rather.
20 minutes is all you need, plus the time it takes to reach pressure but you still have a hearty dinner soup ready in less than 30 minutes and let me tell you that this Instant Pot cabbage soup is fantastic the next day if there are any leftovers.
It does thicken up a bit as it sits, and the next day so there is less “soupiness” but makes no difference in the overall taste.
It. Is. Amazing.
After you try this we have a few more easy Instant Pot soup recipes for you to try
- Instant Pot lasagna soup
- Pressure cooker bean soup – no soaking required
- Instant Pot split pea soup recipe
- I have a bunch more Instant Pot sausage recipes here too
Here’s the printable recipe for Instant Pot cabbage soup with sausage.
Pressure Cooker Cabbage Soup
- 1 lb ground sausage 1/2 regular and 1/2 lb. spicy is best
- 1 c onion diced
- 1 tbsp garlic minced
- 1 jar spaghetti sauce 24 oz
- 1 can diced tomatoes petite, 14.5 oz.
- 32-40 oz beef broth depending on how soupy you want it
- 1 tbsp Worcestershire sauce
- 1/2-1 c rice depending on how much you want inside your soup, we add 1 cup - uncooked white rice
- 6 c cabbage cut into 2x2" squares, cubed then separate chunks
- 2 tbsp olive oil
- Turn your pressure cooker to saute and add your olive oil, diced onion and 1 lb. of ground sausage. Add minced garlic about half way thru. Cook until sausage is no longer pink then turn your pot OFF.
- Dump your can of diced tomatoes, spaghetti sauce, Worc. sauce, and broth into your pot and stir. (we add 32 oz. of broth, then add another cup when it is all done if we want it thinner/soupier)
- Pour your uncooked white rice into your liquid, DO NOT Stir. Separate the leaves in your chunks of cubed cabbage and measure out about 6 cups.
- Put your 6 cups of cubed cabbage leaves into your Instant Pot and gently push down into your liquid.
- Put your lid on, close your steam valve, and push your rice button.
- It will automatically set to low, for 12 minutes.
- Do a quick release when done and enjoy, great with some shredded parmesan on top!
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