267 Reviews

This recipe is excellent!! It also freezes well.

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katherineshepard May 05, 2009

Awesome!!!! Everyone loved it!

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ChefJen527 April 05, 2009

This was good, but not great. Made it exactly as written here and found it just a bit bland. Maybe a little more salt, pepper, or a bit of garlic next time; but a great base to work from!

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Zach #3 March 21, 2009

I just did a variation on this soup and man, was it good!! for your meatballs, use 1/2 ground lamb and 1/2 ground beef. Instead of spinach, use kale cooked in water for 5 minutes or so (chop it up and remove the hard spines of the leaves). It's a wonderful twist!!

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Chez Sunfleur February 27, 2009

So good, made my sick friends feel better. I Used the chopped spinach instead of the escarole and it came out really good. Also, the boiled meatballs were pretty tasty.

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JohnnyCook February 23, 2009

Really good!! I used ground turkey and pre-baked the meatballs before adding to the soup...make sure you have lots of Italian bread for dipping ;)

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Italian_mama February 21, 2009

It was delicious!

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kimsdream February 19, 2009

I've made this twice now....can't believe I haven't rated it. We LOVE it! I use kittencal's meatball recipe for this, I use spinach in place of the escarole and I leave the orzo out and just put the pasta of choice into each individual bowl. If you do it this way, you can freeze this dish nicely! If you add the pasta before freezing, the soup comes out kinda gummy in texture. Just wonderful!

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RedVinoGirl February 18, 2009
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