I made it in a stock pot instead of a Dutch Oven. I also doubled the recipe. It is fantastic and I will make it again. I found it to be flavorful with the right amount of zing! I only had one tsp. of anise left in my container. I wasn't able to double that but it was still great!
From EatingWell: November/December 2007
Chock-full of vegetables, thick with kidney beans and gently seasoned with garlic and anise, this soup typifies the Portuguese way of cooking. It needs only about 30 minutes to simmer.
3 Reviews for Sausage Soup
I doubled the garlic and added crushed red pepper, as "delicate" and "subtle" flavoring translate into "tasteless" in my book! I also had to add a little salt.
This was a pretty good soup, all in all...I had to transfer to a stock pot, as all the veggies did not fit into my dutch oven.
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