Recipe by Darrin Hands
"This is an excellent spicy, rich soup. Simple to make, yet delicious! I whipped it up a couple of years ago for my wife and myself, and now I get numerous requests every year to make it. I hope you enjoy. Use bratwurst or your favorite sausage."
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4 (3.5 ounce) links
Italian sausage, sliced
chopped fresh parsley
uncooked white rice
This is a tasty, easy to make soup recipe. My husband loved it. The next time I make it however, I would reduce the amount of rice. The recipe calls for 2 cups and I only use 1 1/2 but still found that to be too much. Next time I will only use 1 cup of uncooked rice.
WAY TOO MUCH RICE! I thought this was a soup? It was like a humungous moist "pre-packaged" rice dish. Flavor was tolerable to me. Everyone else hit the brakes after about 3 bites. If you use hot sausage, it does make it quite spicy too.
This soup is really great. I did one thing to alter it; we do not eat white rice in our home, so I used a wild rice blend from Wegman's supermarket. It really added to the heartiness of the soup.
This had a good base. garlic, onions, chicken stock and the herbs and heavy cream. I changed alot though. I added chicken with the sausage, italian green beans and diced tomatoes for color and pasta (tortellini or ravioli would be good too). Then topped it with a blend of italian cheeses (parmesean cheese worked well too).
My husband loved it!
Great flavor! Next time we will reduce rice amount by at least half. As per recipe, it turned out more like a casserole or stew. Can't wait to try it again with less rice !
I screwed this up at the end, and didn't add the cream, but I think it came out great as a rice dish! Try it, I loved it!!
This is so easy and so good! Just what you need to make the winter months bearable; but it's good all year long too!!
Very good soup. My husband and 5 kids ranging from 20 mos to 14yrs all said how much they liked it and had seconds or in my teenage sons case fourths! I did, as some others had suggested, and added cooked brown rice at the end so we would still have soup and not end up with a casserole. I also used ground sausage as that is what I had on hand. I will be making this again. Thanks for the recipe!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Italian Style Winter Soup
Serving Size: 1/12 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 12
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 145
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