Recipe by Campbell's Kitchen
"Chicken broth is the secret to making a quick and delicious homemade soup that has just 4 grams of carbs!"
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vegetable cooking spray
sweet Italian pork sausage, cut into 3/4-inch pieces
Swanson® Natural Goodness™ Chicken Broth
dried oregano leaves, crushed
coarsely chopped fresh spinach leaves
This was a great quick soup base. I did add celery and a bit of garlic to the soup base, then at the end I added some fresh tortellini, then topped it off with some fresh parmesan and a bit of crushed red pepper for a kick.
This soup is great! My 3 year old even liked it. I didn't have Italian sausage, but regular old pork sausage and it was delicious. Added celery and green peppers, I'm sure it would have been just as good without.
I used veggie broth instead of chicken, added chopped celery, and cooked everything in the crock pot (cut up the sausage at the end). Also added cooked pasta right before serving. I followed a previous reviewer's suggestion of baby spinach in the bowl instead of cooking it with the soup, and that was a FANTASTIC suggestion. Overall a very good soup, and we will make it again.
I love this recipe the only thing I do differently is add a little vegetable broth instead of all chicken broth. Instead of adding the spinach to the soup, I place raw, baby spinach in the bottom of each bowl and pour the steaming soup on top to blanch the spinach. Sometimes I add Italian stewed tomatoes. No matter which way I serve it, it's a hit every time!
Awesome recipe. I used a low fat chicken italian sausage and cut it a little smaller than suggested. This made it healthier and easier since I didn't have to drain off any fat/grease. I also added celery. Definitely will be added this to my normal rotation.
Great base...I used chicken sausage and frozen spinach I had in my freezer. I added celery, potatoes and orzo (along with a few extra spices to boost the flavor). This was good, healthy, and a great way to use up veggies on hand and on their last leg. Pretty, too!
Yummy! I did mine in my slow cooker. Took about 6 hours (give or take) for it to cook. ^_^
Easy and quick to make. I didn't change a thing.
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