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I think this may be a new favorite for me. I made this with leftover turkey, and I had to make a few changes. I used boullion cubes and water in place of the canned broth. I added 2 minced garlic cloves with the Italian seasoning because I am a garlic lover. I also cooked this on the stove, and turned it off when the pasta was done. I used whole wheat spaghetti, broken into small pieces as this is the pasta I had on hand. My soup was a bit on the thin side, but I don't mind. It was so easy to put together, and the taste was terrific. Thank You Sue L for such a simple and delicious recipe, and a new way to use turkey or chicken.

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foxysnana November 30, 2008

We all loved this soup! Very easy to make but so tasty! I did use small elbow macaroni since I did not have noodles. Thanks Sue L

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RecipeNut October 23, 2008

This was very simple to make but tasted more like something out of a can than we cared for. I followed the recipe exactly with the exception of adding some garlic and while I might make it again if I am in a stump for dinner it was not a huge hit. Thanks for posting.

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cyaos October 04, 2008

Wow - this soup is fantastic! I loved the fact that I didn't have to go to the store to get anything to make it - all the ingredients were things I always keep on hand. I had some half-bags of a couple of different pastas (small shells, macaroni, bowties) and just used those for the noodles. The caesar and parmesan flavors were just right - hubby put this as his top 1 or 2 favorite soups - that's a real honor! Thanks for sharing your recipe!

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loof February 28, 2008
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