What a wonderful and comforting soup! I used sweet Italian turkey sausage and wheat tortellini. Loved the rich flavorful broth and all those veggies. Hearty and delicious - thanks for sharing the recipe!
The broth in this is amazing. I added a red pepper and cooked it in the crockpot. I was gonna take the suggestion of another review and just put regular small pasta shells in it. I wish I had! My daughter and I didn't enjoy the tortellini in it. Everything else was good.
This was excellent, I added 3/4 c. Wine and didn't have peppers. I made this twice and the second time without the pasta, which I actually preferred. This will be a repeat for sure. I especially love adding a handful of chopped fresh baby spinach at the end for more color. Thanks for sharing.
Delicious and hearty! We enjoyed this soup and its a great way to use up carrots and zucchini. The only change I made was to use hot Italian sausage. Loved the addition of the tortellini. Made for the Football Pool tag game.
A lovely soup to enjoy just as the weather is turning cooler. I made this exactly as posted, using one fresh plum tomato and a 14.5 oz. can of fire-roasted tomatoes. I used tri-colored cheese tortellini. Even thought there is a lot of liquid added to this soup, it is very hearty and thick. We will definitely be enjoying this soup again! Made for Culinary Quest 2014.
A.M.A.Z.I.N.G simply A.M.A.Z.I.N.G !!!! This soup turned my "I don't like soup" eaters asking me when was I going to make this soup again. Thank you for sharing this very simple, yet extremely tastey meal !!!
Very tasty soup - especially on a cold and windy evening. I didn't have the zucchini so I skipped it. I used organic 3-cheese mini-ravioli which was just right. Quick and easy to make anytime. Thanks for posting Bayhill :) Made for your FOOTBALL POOL Week #13 win, December 2010!
Really good!! I make this soup all the time. Modify it a bit (add beans and small shell pasta) and it makes a great minestrone
Pretty good. I made this last night and made some minor modifications. I'm training for a marathon so i wanted it to be healthier because i'm in marathon training so i made it with turkey italian sausage, add red pepper flakes to the sausage, and added a couple of bay leaves other than that it. The only minor thing i would change is add a little more water. The pasta soaked up a lot of water and it was just a tad dry otherwise a very satisfying soup.
Another fabulous recipe from Paula Deen Magazine (Quick and Easy Meals Special Collector's Issue 2008) To cut the fat a little I substituted smoked turkey kielbasa for the italian sausage. Did everything else as directed and it was wonderful!