Recipe by Eileen Flood Yeisley
"Italian sausage and ground beef meatballs in beef stock with veggies and tri-colored wheel pasta make a satisfying and hearty soup."
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For the meatballs:
lean ground beef
bulk Italian sausage
grated Parmesan cheese
seasoned bread crumbs
ground black pepper
olive oil, or as needed
For the soup:
chopped yellow onion
Italian-style tomato paste
1 (14.5 ounce) can
salt, or to taste
ground black pepper, or to taste
uncooked tri-color wagon wheel pasta
So glad I found this recipe because we do love soups any time of year. The meatballs are so much tastier than most and I think that is what makes it so special. Thanks for submitting
Very Good! I followed the recipe exactly and only added fresh thyme. Served it with whole grain sourdough bread and everybody loved it.
GREAT meatballs! Put them in the oven at 350 for about 15-20 minutes instead of frying them. Also used turkey instead of beef.
very good ....only thing i did differently was I added zucchini....thanks for sharing YUMMY!
Very good soup. I omitted the tomato paste and store canned tomatoes, using 1 pint of home canned tomatoes. Used hot Italian sausage (Roma). Initially I was doubling the recipe, but when I tired of making the meatballs, I just mixed the sauteed carrots, celery, and onions with the remaining meatball mixture, formed it into a loaf and we had a wonderful meatloaf supper!!
I found this to be an excellent recipe but made a few adjustment's. I used hot Italian sausage in the meatball mix and added cabbage in place of the pasta to give it a more vegetable direction and not be as heavy as it would with pasta. The cabbage really add's to the homemade beef stock.
Great soup! I made a few changes b/c of my personal preferences: all beef in the meatballs, 2 cans beef broth plus 1 1/2 cans water and 1 beef bouillon cube, boiled my pasta in the soup, left out additional soup and celery. Will def make this again!
very good, i did do some adjustments though, we used rotel tomatoes and i put a tsp of oregano and 1 of italian seasoning as well...one other thing i did was i cooked the meatballs by boiling them, i do not like fried meatballs, boiled ones seem mopre temder to me then tough when fried
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Meatball and Pasta Soup
Serving Size: 1/4 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 4
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 276
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