One-Pot Spinach Beef Soup
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Makes8 servings (2-1/2 quarts)
This soup is absolutely wonderful! I've made and served it twice already this SUMMER. Yes, 90 and 100 plus degree days outside and we've been eating soup for supper. It's that good! I did add sliced mushrooms and chopped onion to the second batch. I'm reviewing the recipe now, to see how I can adjust to freeze or can it for serving sizes to take to school for lunches.
very bland. will not make again. ever. (i sincerely apologize to the chef--we all have different tastes preferences and this one was just not for our family. i'm sure you would probably dislike some foods i make too)
Used ground turkey cooked with garlic and 1/2 chopped onion. Added a can of (drained/rinsed) pink beans with the pasta to make it a bit more filling. Yum!
Warm, hearty, simple, and delicious! Everything a comforting bowl of soup should be. A definite keeper!
Great! Used frozen spinach. Less pasta.
Fantastic! I love the bowties in there.
Very good soup! I reduced the amount of pasta to 2 cups and it was perfect for us.
Everyone loved it and requested it again. I skipped the cheese because of allergies and used fresh basil and oregano because I had it on hand. I also used a medium red pepper, 4 celery stalks, and one onion and used a can of no salt diced tomatoes to get the same flavor of her diced tomatoes (and because I had this all on hand).. Then I used 4 cans broth and one can water with a heaping teaspoon of Beef Better than Bullion to equal approximately the two cartons of broth.
We love a great soup recipe! This was a winner in our house. Sometimes we use the spicy Italian sausage instead of ground beef to give it more of a kick. Super dish.