By Kim D. on February 04, 2003
Photo by -Sylvie-
Photo by -Sylvie-
"This is quick and easy, yet delicious! I serve this soup with a fresh salad and lots of warm garlic bread."
Serving Size: 1 (438 g)
Servings Per Recipe: 4
"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! "