Recipe by Jeanne Garber
"After many attempts and revisions I think my version of this hearty soup is much better and lower in fat than the restaurant dish that inspired it. Enjoy! For a healthier option, use turkey sausage and low-fat sour cream."
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mild pork sausage
onion, finely diced
red potatoes, sliced
red pepper flakes
chopped fresh kale
grated Parmesan cheese, plus extra for garnishing
GREAT recipe! Used recipe pretty much as it's listed. Only change I made was I used hot sausage and I used more kale than what it called for. Will definitely be making this one again and won't change a thing.
The soup wasn't bad, but I found it to be pretty bland. Next time I will use Italian sausage, and/or add some Italian seasoning (I just used plain pork sausage this time). I also think next time I will use heavy cream instead of sour cream. Overall,though, a good basic recipe.
I make it using Italian sausage, half mild, half spicy, heavy cream and chicken bouillon, (5 added to 10 cups of water). No cheese needed. Mine is a favorite with my family.
Fantastic! I used spinach instead of kale b/c the family prefers it and cubed my potatoes instead of slicing them. Great flavor, and if you cook off the sausage mixture and bacon a head of time, this is a snap to put together. This is a definite keeper~YUM! Thanks for sharing. :)
Very good version of this recipe. We had not tried it with the sour cream instead of heavy cream.....and the sour cream worked nicely. I think you could also make it with plain yogurt and get the same wonderful results. I had a lot of baked potatoes in the fridge, so I used those rather than raw potatoes and subbed spinach for the kale, because I had it on hand. This soup was so good and filling on a very cold, snowy, and blowing Indiana winter night. We enjoyed 'Pickle-Juice Bread-Machine Bread' from AR with this soup.
Great recipe! Simple and delicious!
Recommend using spicy Italian sausage to add a little more flavor.
This is one of our favorite recipes! The prep work is well work the end result. I have used both sour cream and heavy whipping cream and have omitted the bacon at times. Any way you check a neg it up, it's fabulous!!
* Percent Daily Values are based on a 2,000 calorie diet.
Better than Zuppa Toscana
Serving Size: 1/8 of a recipe
Servings Per Recipe: 8
Amount Per Serving
Calories from Fat: 221
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