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Chickpea, Chorizo & Spinach Soup

January/February 2014

Your rating: None Average: 3.7 (22 votes)

Chorizo lends this Mediterranean-inspired spinach soup recipe a smoky paprika flavor, and since the chorizo is sautéed first, much of the fat is drained away. Be sure to buy dry-cured, salami-style Spanish chorizo, not soft, Mexican-style sausage by the same name.


Chickpea, Chorizo & Spinach Soup  Recipe

9 Reviews for Chickpea, Chorizo & Spinach Soup

02/18/2014
Anonymous

I thought I was making a soup but this turned out to be a great chickpea stew. Very hearty and delicious. I followed the recipe. The only exception would be that it doesn't specify how many ounces of crushed tomatoes. Did I miss something? Otherwise, service it with crusty bread and red wine. Nice dinner.

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02/18/2014
Anonymous

I thought I was making a soup but this turned out to be a great chickpea stew. Very hearty and delicious. I followed the recipe. The only exception would be that it doesn't specify how many ounces of crushed tomatoes. Did I miss something? Otherwise, service it with crusty bread and red wine. Nice dinner.

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02/18/2014
Anonymous

I thought I was making a soup but this turned out to be a great chickpea stew. Very hearty and delicious. I followed the recipe. The only exception would be that it doesn't specify how many ounces of crushed tomatoes. Did I miss something? Otherwise, service it with crusty bread and red wine. Nice dinner.

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02/18/2014
Anonymous

I thought I was making a soup but this turned out to be a great chickpea stew. Very hearty and delicious. I followed the recipe. The only exception would be that it doesn't specify how many ounces of crushed tomatoes. Did I miss something? Otherwise, service it with crusty bread and red wine. Nice dinner.

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01/26/2014
Great Flavor

This soup was very flavorful and easy to make!
I couldn't find the Spanish chorizo so I used the Italian salami instead. It turned out great!

Easy,
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