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What a delicious soup -- sooo much flavor for such little effort on my part : ) Made this soup tonight for a light dinner and we loved it. The only changes I made was to reduce the amount of onion and celery and I added some Italian herbs for additional flavor. Made for Spring PAC, May, 2014.

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Nancy's Pantry May 17, 2014

This was the first tomato florentine soup I ever made. I didn't have celery on hand, so I skipped that and added a little extra onion. I used orzo for the pasta. It is excellent! I Thanks for the fantastic recipe.

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Bauline Baker December 12, 2012

This was so tasty! I fixed this on a cool day along with Amy's Chicken Cobb Salad#89459 and some french bread and we had a wonderful meal. Going into my Favorites of 2012 cookbook. I followed the instructions completely only adding a pinch of sugar to help cut a little of the acid. Thank you for posting. Made for Fall PAC 2012 tag game.

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mama smurf October 24, 2012

It is a very cold night here in Central PA and I needed some comfort food. I was looking for a Tomato Floretine Soup that I had at Starbuck's that was absolutely delicious. I came across this recipe which seemed very close to what I was looking for in a soup. This was delicious! To make this soup quicker, I substituted stewed tomatoes for the onion, celery and tomatoes to save on time. A quick and easy meal. I served in with a quiche.

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Audrey M December 08, 2010
Tomato Florentine Soup