Spicy Sausage Soup with Tortellini
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 30 min.
Makes8 servings (3 quarts)
Loved this soup, thanks for sharing. My husband never eats left overs - but ate this, and my mom who is an EXCELLENT cook asked for the recipe. I used the mild sausage and fire roasted diced tomatoes (perfect amount of heat). I also started with sauteed onion and then added the broth. I added salt, pepper and thyme as well, and then topped with provolone when served. I made toasted bread in oven with butter, garlic powder and parmesean. Perfect for Halloween nite!! Will definitely make it again!!
Delicious soup and stick to the ribs. One thing I do to help reduce the sodium and fat is to fry up the sausage and when browned rinse with water to help get rid of some of the fat. It works for me. I also use the less sodium broth to help with less sodium.
Haven't made this yet, but when I do, I will try to use ingredients that will decrease the amount of sodium in it. 1696 mg is way too much.
A quick and easy weeknight soup. I added some fresh thyme that I had on hand. I simply throw in the sprigs and remove at the end, no need to chop. Delicious!
Simple and easy to make. Loved it!
I make this soup with hot sausage and chicken tortellini. Makes a delicious dinner to warm you up on a cold day. The leftovers are great for lunch.
We enjoyed the soup. I put twice as much tortellini in it, added 1/4 c Parmesan cheese, and 1/2 tsp of garlic salt. It was delicious. I had used Italian sausage that was sweet, next time I would use the spicy one.
I used 2 cans of tomatoes & added some diced carrots & onion. Substituted kale for the spinach & added some garlic. Sprinkled with parmesan cheese to serve. Easy and delicious!
Really tasty and simple. Great for a quick dinner. Made it 3 times now!
Flavor great, easy, fast and freezable.