Spaghetti & Meatball Soup
Total TimePrep: 45 min. Cook: 6-1/4 hours
Makes8 servings (3 quarts)
So good! My family loved this soup! I made it on the stove top instead of the slow cooker. I'll make it again!
This was very good. Needed a little more flavor for us and maybe adding the Parmesan rind would have done that, but I did not have that on hand. The family thoroughly enjoyed this and it was easy to make, so will be making again and just tweaking the seasonings for our taste.
I didn’t make any changes except using thin spaghetti rather than angel hair, because it’s what I had on hand. It smelled fantastic, bubbling away and getting ready to become dinner. It tasted even better than it smelled, an AMAZING dish! I love the meatballs, if we have any left after we have soup a second time, I’m thinking I may make a delicious little Sammie out of them.
Easy and the entire family loves this. Makes a perfect meal with some crusty bread and a green salad. I use frozen meatballs when I'm in a hurry.
This was pretty good--made the mistake of adding a little extra spaghetti (it never looks like enough!). Next time, I will not add the pasta to the soup but will cook separately and add to individual servings.
This was a hit with the kids. I used frozen Italian turkey meatballs, just threw them in with the broth. The broth is very tasty. We used a lot of grated Parmesan cheese to top. This does make a very large portion, so if you want it to last days, or freeze, I would boil the noodles aside and add to each individual bowl.
Excellent! Best meatballs ever! I forgot to add the water and it turned out like regular spaghetti sauce (not soup). It was so good, I think I'll do it the same from now on.
This recipe is outstanding. Love the meatballs and the broth was excellent.
This was simple and delicious. The soft bread crumbs made the meatballs super tender.
This is the perfect soup. Rich, delicious broth and yummy meatballs. The meatballs were flavorful and fluffy. I enjoyed the meatballs so much I made a double batch of them, cooked all of them-then froze half of them for a later meal. This recipe is a keeper!