Excellent. Tasted healthy and flavorful. Husband went back for thirds. I made as written, except doubled carrots and omitted celery (personal preference). I used hot Italian sausage.
Big Hit will everyone in my house. Nice blend of flavors with the veggies. Like others who tried this one, I also used sweet Italian sausage just cuz we prefer this flavor.
I made it as is...I used Italian hot sausage with a pinch of hot pepper seed. We love the taste of smokey paprika. I will save this recipe to make on another chilly day.
Good, but not Great! My butcher sells, site made chicken chorizo that is awesome, which I used in place of the Americanized Italian sausage. As the chorizo is full of paprika, I added cilantro and tumeric. The soup achieved, Greatness!!!!! Served with, blistered flour tortillas and a nice Spanish Red!! Perfect for this, SoCal, rainy season!! Thanx for sharing!raf CalvinD49, where do you find, fresh Kielbasa?? When living in Pa. my in-laws (now out-laws) made it. I can not find it in Ca. Yes, it would be wonderful in this soup!raf
This was very tasty. I used 2 sweet sausage and 1 hot sausage. I also used a whole cup on the carrot and celery as well as the onion. I don't care for too much smoked paprika so I used 1 tsp. sweet and 1 tsp. smoked. I think this would taste better if it sat for a day to meld flavors.
Only change I made was regular not low sodium chicken broth. Oh also used hot Italian sausage. it was good . Me and the wife put it away
Made this soup with fresh polish kielbasa in lieu of Italian sausage since we don’t like fennel. The soup was good but I believe using sliced smoked sausage would make it even better.
The whole family enjoyed this simple dish. I made it with a whole bok choy instead of Brussels sprouts. Added the bok choy after the potato slices were almost done. I could see doing it with Swiss chard, too. Yum.