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    Italian Wedding Soup

    Fri Feb 01, 2013 10:06 am Groupie

    LOVE this soup! Of course I went to my reviews to share the recipe I use. icon_redface.gif icon_redface.gif icon_redface.gif Soooo, my review is new however I have been using this one for years! I do use a 50/50 mix of hot Italian sausage and ground beef, and I switch up my pasta. If I have orzo on hand I use that, if not I use acini di pepe. I always have one or the other. I also use kale over spinach.

    This is a great starter for a meal or simply add bread and a salad. And it's fast! Start to finish maybe 40 min. I do double the meatballs and freeze half for another night. Really, you gotta try this stuff!

    My fav is Italian Wedding Soup. What's yours?
    Iron Bloomers
    Fri Feb 01, 2013 10:52 am Groupie
    the soup you posted is very close to what I make. I do however use 50/50 beef & veal, I know there are those who 'don't do veal' but I do, I grate the carrot instead of dicing, I like the look of the flakes of carrot in the soup. Escarole is my green of choice vise the spinach & acini di pepe is my all time fav for this light, tasty soup. This is a must have during winter, cold & flu season especially. Heck it's a great soup any time of year.
    Chicagoland Chef du Jour
    Sat Feb 02, 2013 10:07 pm Groupie
    Good choice Dib's. This recipe is a family favorite here, as well.

    My notes for this recipe: I combined 1 egg with 1T parmesan cheese and gently stirred it into the broth.

    It's so good. I think I'll make some this week, it's been awhile.
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