Sausage and Spinach Tortellini Soup
Total TimePrep: 10 min. Cook: 30 min.
Just made the soup it is wonderful!! Y husband and I really enjoyed it!! Thank you for sharing !! I doubled it to have left overs! I will for sure make this again!!
Too salty! I really wanted to like this soup. I love all of the ingredients and used the low-sodium chicken broth. Maybe it was the Johnsonville Sweet Italian Sausage or the Rana Four-Cheese Tortellini. I just don't know. All I know is that it took salty to a whole new level. If I ever make this again, I will use just a tiny bit of sausage.
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This was a very good easy to make soup. I will need to add more water next time because the broth was a little too salty for me even though I used low sodium chicken broth. This is a keeper.
Way too much sodium!
I’ve made this as us and it’s a winner. I have also made it adding celery and carrots if I have on hand. Noticed somebody added cannellini beans. That sounds like a great idea.
Made recipe exact with the exception of doubled ingredients and used mini ravioli instead of tortellini. Very quick and simply recipe. Will try adding a can of diced tomatoes for color next time.
I have made this recipe using orzo or ditalini pasta in place of the tortellini. Very good for a change. Also adding a can of drained cannelini beans. Adds bulk and taste.
Made this soup last week. Lovely. Light, yet filling. It is a winner in my home.
This is an excellent and easy soup recipe. I increased the recipe by using a box of chicken broth, a can of undiluted chicken broth, 3 cups of torn spinach, 3 cups of frozen cheese tortellini and 1 lb of bulk mild Italian sausage. The sausage I bought from the store was seasoned with anise. The aroma of the anise was wonderful and added just the right seasoning to the soup. I married into an Italian family and this recipe is a keeper. I'm only sorry I didn't have any home made stock at the time.