Italian Sausage Kale Soup
Total TimePrep: 15 min. Cook: 20 min.
Makes8 servings (2 quarts)
This was exactly what I wanted for lunch today! I skipped the beans for a low carb soup, and used more broth (homemade turkey bone broth) . Was ready in no time and I really loved it. Thanks!
I love this recipe. I have made it once a week for the last five weeks. Very versatile - I have swapped out ingredients based on what I have on hand. Sometimes spinach for the kale, sometimes white northern beans for the cannellini beans. I have also made it with italian pork sausage, but have also used Italian sausage versions of turkey, chicken and tofu. All held up well. The only other regular change that I make is using fire roasted diced tomatoes. It adds just a bit of heat, not too much, especially since I use mild Italian sausages. I saw other comments about the broth, I have not felt the need to double the broth.
This was pretty good. I'm trying to eat more Kale and this was a good way to eat it.
Made this and loved it! I tweaked it a little to suit my family's preferences. I used canned tomatoes with Italian seasonings, eliminated the sun dried tomatoes & white beans, and added half a box of ditalini pasta and about 2 cups chopped carrots. I also doubled the amount of broth. Really tasty!
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5 star .. made this it was wonderful , i used sweet sausage & a chirzo combination , gave it some slight tang was delisiosso ! my new go to quick soup
This soup was Deeelicious! Even my picky eater rated it "excellent"! I did use only one lb. of regular Italian sausage as suggested by other reviewers; otherwise, followed the recipe exactly. It was full of flavor! Can't wait to make it again!
Wow - great light soup. I used mild Italian cooked chicken sausage sliced, onion & garlic powder. Added fresh & dried basil & oregano, also. Grated Parmesan cheese tops it off deliciously! Hubby was hoping for potatoes when I had substituted cooked quinoa. I substituted a fresh tomato immersion blended with chicken broth for the diced. Increased the chicken broth, too.
This was a waste of ingredients and time. The soup was nearly inedible and the remainder is being dumped. It was tasteless even after I added fresh oregano and smoked paprika. I don't know how anyone could rate this 5 stars.SJS9
This is a very good soup, and so healthy. After reading reviews, I took advice and doubled the broth and cut sausage to 1 lb. Since this is supposed to be Italian, I added a 1/4 cup each of chopped fresh basil and oregano. This is very delicious. I used a combination of hot and mild sausage. It liked it but it was too hot for my wife. So next time, just mild sausage and no pepper flakes. I can always add them to my servings.