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Really good soup, and quick to throw together-wish I'd had the recipe when I was a working Mom of four. I don't add the squash, use finely chopped carrots and celery, and I use dried tortellini, just adjust the cooktime. Everyone I serve it to makes a point to tell me what great soup it is. Thanks!
Yum! This soup was so good. I used hot Italian sausage, Italian diced tomatoes (with garlic, oregano, and basil), and rainbow colored 5-cheese tortellini. Very colorful and delicious soup. Thanks Shuzbud for a great keeper. Made for Best of 2010 Tag.
We loved this soup! Great on this cold winter night. I had a package of sausage that came with 4 sweet and 2 hot. Just the perfect combo. Heated it up just enough. I served it with a nice Italian Bread and we were so satisfied.
Very good soup....I used 3 large hot Italian sausages and found that they really heated up the soup. Next time I might just use 2 to cut the heat a bit. Very fast to put together and will make again. Thanks for sharing.
When preparing this soup, I used a mild chicken sausage along with chicken stock & the cheese tortellini, & it all came together very nicely ~ Oh, yes, & I was a bit generous with the garlic! Made for a satisfying & enjoyable lunch, thanks to you! [Tagged & made in Please Review My Recipe]
This made for a simple, tasty, and definitely warming meal on a cool fall night! I used Sweet Italian chicken sausage, pesto in place of the fresh basil, and bumped up the garlic. I used pesto and asagio cheese tortellini, I'd probably stick with just the cheese next time. I simmered this for almost an hour and the veggie bits were still on the firm side, so dinner was a little later then planned. I served with rosemary bread and a glass of cabernet, a lovely combination, I'll be making this again!
This is a very good soup. I liked the addition of the red wine. I added some lemon, red pepper flakes and spinach (because I had it) and saved the basil for serving. Comforting on a cold night.
The forecast was for *snow* in Orlando so this soup was nice and warming! I used spicy turkey sausage and it was very good. For the tomatoes, I used a 28 oz. can of Italian stewed tomatoes, including the juice. This can easily serve more than four people.