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Quite good, especially given how fast it is. I browned my sausage and must have had the leanest bulk Italian sausage in the state - no drippings. So I added a little olive oil to the pan and sauteed my onions - I prefer that to just simmering them. I did use some fennel seeds, but would use less next time I buy the chopped spinach, rather than the frozen blocks, and added that at the very end.

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duonyte April 05, 2013

Made for KK's Forum Fall Mini Cookathon. Made this exactly as the recipe given, even with the fennel seed which I happen to love. BTW did you know that Italian Sausage (Sweet and Hot) has fennel seeds in it normally? This was a bit salty, but that could be the chicken broth and next time I make it I will use low sodium broth instead. Otherwise this is really tasty, and nice warm up to a very cold day. Thank You for the recipe.

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Chabear01 October 24, 2009

Very good soup! I wanted to make this for lunch, so I added 1 1/2 cups of ditalini (and 64 oz's chicken broth) to make it more hearty. The flavor was wonderful. The only reason it's not a 5-star recipe for me is because I wasn't a big fan of the fennel and I'm not absolutely crazy about chunks of sausage in a brothy soup. But I'll get over that and leave out the fennel (as you do), and I'm sure it will be just right. Thanks for a keeper! :-)

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KissKiss April 18, 2009
Italian Spinach and Sausage Soup