I made this for my boyfriend (I don't eat meat.) and he said he enjoyed it. I used turkey meat, instead of beef, and substituted vegetarian broth for the beef broth. I also used chopped red onion, not the white. The boyfriend said he'd eat it again soon!
I enjoyed this recipe. So did my hubby and daughter.
This soup was so fast and easy to make! Had a great taste and was filling and hot on a cold night. I will be making this again! Thank you for sharing!!
Excellent flavor, although I did feel like it tasted more like ravoli. Very thick sauce. We ate this with garlic cheese toast. It was very flavorful. Thanks for posting.
I made this recipe for the Photo Swap and I have to say this was really tasty, but I do agree that for a soup it is very thick. After I added the ravioli (wild mushroom flavour) it was more like eating ravioli with a runny bolognese sauce than ravioli soup. Next time I'll probably dilute it a little with vegetable stock, the flavours were great though! I will be making this again! Thanks for sharing! Hpe you like the pics Kim! :)
I made as written and the flavor of this was excellent, but I felt like I was eating spoonfuls of spaghetti sauce...as a matter of fact, I might use this as a spag. sauce in the future! I used cheese ravioli, which was rather big for a soup, mini raviolis or cheese tortellini would work better. All in all, very tasty! Thanks for posting.
A perfect, tummy- filling, head-to-toe warming soup for a winter snow storm, on a busy worknight, which is the occasion I made this for! I used what I had on hand; my substitutions were a 28 oz can of tomato puree, onion powder (no onion salt in cupboard) and 16 oz bag of meat filled tortellini. I sauteed the garlic and onion while browning the beef. Great flavor; I served this with some garlic cheese Texas Toast. The broth was a bit thick, almost sauce-like; next time I will add some V8 juice to thin out the broth while still adding extra flavor to the soup. Upon serving, I topped soup with a blend of shredded 6 Italian Cheeses and a sprinkle of Itlalian Seasonings. I'd love to try this in the crockpot. Thanks for posting!