7 Reviews

Really superb- tasty, healthy, fast! I made a double-batch today to go with my lunches this week. Ready in less than 30 minutes- I can't wait to make this all fall/winter long-what a great, filling addition to my diet! I made one change out of necessity, I found I had 1/2 of a large can of garlic/onion spaghetti sauce leftover from an earlier meal, so I threw that in the pot instead of the diced tomatoes. Really glad I did, added a nice, rich color and a well-seasoned taste. I'll do that next time as! Thanks Anissa!

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MrsKnox2016 September 27, 2009

This was a really wonderful soup. My husband loved it and he is a very picky eater!

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godesswise November 06, 2003

I really liked this and so did my daughter. Throw it all in a pot and cook it - so easy. I actually added the potatoes in later so they wouldn't get too mushy. I did have to add salt.

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Laura O. August 30, 2015

This was an amazing, simple soup. Even my carnivore husband enjoyed it! I am a vegetarian & am grateful for recipes that we both enjoy. I didn't use the potato: used carrots, peas & corn. I used low sodium veggie broth & while I love broth--I'll reduce it down to 3 cups next time. After adding the tomatoes (used Italian seas), there was plenty of liquid. I used whole wheat elbows & really bumped off the seasonings: oregano, garlic, basic, Mrs Dash garlic/herb. I simmered an additional 10-12 min after adding the tomatoes/pasta to meld flavors. Thanks for sharing such an amazing recipe :-)

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LUVMY2BOYS March 13, 2012

This is delicious, nice flavour and very easy and quick to make. The only modification was replacing the peas with fresh green beans. Loved it!

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moosley January 10, 2009

Excellent soup, easy after work, easily adapts to what you have on hand. I serve it with italian meatballs and garlic bread. This never lasts around here!! Thanks for posting.

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ivorykat October 14, 2007

This soup is as delightful to eat as it is simple to make! This takes about as much effort as it does to heat up a crappy canned soup, yet it has all the goodness and flavor of a homemade soup! This is probably the first time I've ever made a soup without having to saute anything first.

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Whipper April 06, 2005
Italian Vegetable Soup