Sausage Bean Soup
Total TimePrep/Total Time: 25 min.
Tasteeeeee! Used 1 really hot Italian sausage and one mild. The only thing I would do differently would be to add a bit more tomato - perhaps tomato paste? The hubs devoured it. A quick fix on the 1st really cold night we've had so far here in Philadelphia. I usually make bean soups with dry beans and soak overnight, etc.....but this was wonderful and I had everything at hand!
Very easy to make and lends itself to tailoring it to your own taste. I made as is and tasted and found it was a little bland, as other mentioned. So I did add a can of diced jalapenos and some extra seasonings and that made it great for us. The basic recipe is good and you can add what your family likes - so fast and easy too.
Super. I added 1/2 green and 1/2 red pepper; 1 medium zucchini; my own salt free turkey broth; about 1.5 C cooked, chopped spaghetti that was a left over -.why not and I used a whole pound of Italian sausage. I think you could anything you want to this. We have to watch our salt intake so this winds up being about 600 mg/serving.
I found this to be very bland. I wish I had read the review from jessicadidion before making this because my family does enjoy a good bean soup. If I make this again, I will follow her suggestions.
The misses and I both loved it. Maybe a slight bit salty but we didn't use no salt or low salt canned items.
This was very good soup! I didn't have butter beans so used Northern beans and added salt free Italian seasoning blend. Also boiled some elbow pasta that we put into the bottom of our bowls before adding soup on top. This was a delicious soup on a cold Michigan winter day!
It's too salty and does not have a lot of flavor. I used fresh basil, low sodium broth and Italian spiced tomatoes.
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Delicious, fast and super easy. Big win tonight at dinner, even the kids ate their portions! I added a summer squash and used a can of medium Rotel instead of just diced tomatoes. Very yummy. Thanks for posting!