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Italian Wedding Soup

January/February 2013

Your rating: None Average: 4.1 (63 votes)

This Italian Wedding Soup recipe is Italian comfort food at its best, and this easy soup recipe lends itself to countless variations. Substitute spinach, chicory, chard or any other leafy green for the escarole or kale, and any leftover cooked (or canned) beans for the white beans in this healthy Italian wedding soup recipe.


Italian Wedding Soup

9 Reviews for Italian Wedding Soup

02/01/2014
Anonymous
Still tasting the goodness

To save some bad fat I baked these exact turkey balls instead. I just added 1/2 cup of h2o to the ground turkey and let the ingredients meld together in the fridge for 10 min before rolling them. Baked at 375 for 12 min. I also deglazed the pan with the white wine after cooking down the onions and peppers for the soup base. Added garlic, carrots and some tomato paste instead of the additional can of diced tomatoes

Delicious turkey balls
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09/24/2013
Anonymous

Loved this recipe and have made it several times. The Fennel Seeds in the Meatballs makes it especially good!

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09/24/2013
Anonymous

Loved this recipe and have made it several times. The Fennel Seeds in the Meatballs makes it especially good!

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02/28/2013
Anonymous
Molto Delizioso

This recipe alone makes me glad I subscribed to Eating Well again. It was sustaining even though it is light.My 96 year-old father commented on how much he enjoyed it and he is not easily impressed!
I made very few changes. I too used the kale instead of escarole. I omitted fennel from the meatballs only because I don't like fennel.

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02/20/2013
Anonymous
Excellent soup!

The was a great soup that my whole family loved. I made it from scratch tonight using ground chicken and the meatballs were very good. But a couple of weeks ago I made the soup then added frozen chicken meatballs that I had bought from Costco to save time. We are 8 but I had leftovers both times which I put in 2 C containers and then in the freezer.

very healthy, quick if you use premade meatballs
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