I fixed this soup tonight with a few changes and it is delicious. I first sauteed my onions and garlic in coconut oil. I used tiny elbow macaroni. I used fresh kale instead of spinach and threw in fresh Compari tomatoes diced with skins and seeds. To finish I used feta cheese instead of parmesan cheese. Very tasty. I will keep this recipe handy for future use. My husband loved it as well.
This is really good! I used couscous instead of orzo and instead of fresh tomatoes, I used fire roasted diced tomatoes. I will definitly be making this one again, thank you for sharing!
I was pretty accurate in following directions, although I did not peel my tomatoes and I had baby kale on hand instead of the spinach. I did not use a whole pound, either. When the soup was ready, it seemed pretty bland, so I added some lemon pepper and a basil/garlic seasoning that I had (Simple Pinch or something like that). I used white pepper as someone else suggested. It was very good! made for PAC Spring 2014
Definitely a keeper. Although the site wouldn't help me change the serving size to 3, I halved the recipe since I live alone with the exception of the pasta (I wanted a thicker dish for lunch). One other change I made was the inclusion of some mushrooms I had in the fridge. What a delicious treat. Thank you!
This was absolutely fantastic and so low calorie! This reminded me of a spinach, tomato and corn side dish that I like, so instead of the 1/2 cup orzo I used 1 cup of frozen corn kernels. The store tomatoes didn't look so hot, so I threw in a pint of grape tomatoes (uncut, unpeeled). Some of them I crushed and others I left whole. I only added about 8 ounces baby spinach, and I started with a very good vegetable broth, called Better Than Bouillon. Boy, was this good and very easy! BF loved it too. Will certainly be made again. Thanks cricket!