Italian Sausage & Tortellini Soup

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As I have mentioned numerous times before, I try not to eat pasta when I am not at work. So, to serve with the Double Tomato Bruschetta, I chose this recipe for an Italian sausage soup. Yes, I know that tortellini still counts as pasta, but it is a bit fancier and this recipe doesn’t use very much of it. This soup captures the essence of true Italian flavors- basil, tomato, garlic, oregano, and red wine- and is a great alternative to the typical Italian pasta dinner.

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    2. congratulations on top9!

    3. This looks delicious and congrats on the Top 9!

    4. mmm…that looks so perfect for winter…yum, thanks for sharing this 🙂

    5. This sounds wonderful! However, I will have to double the recipe if I expect to get any of it because I’m certain my husband will eat it all!

    6. looks good!

    7. I definitely like how this is packed with so many veggies! With the protein in it + just a bit of tortellini, I think it makes a great meal and really well balanced too 🙂

      • Definitely! Much better than having a giant plate of pasta with only a few veggies!

    8. Wow! It looks delicious with a whole bunch-o-healthy! Congratulations on the top 9!

    9. Made this for dinner (minus the red wine) and it was sooo good! We doubled the recipe and I did add 6oz can of tomato paste.

      • Great to hear! I feel like you can never go wrong with a bit more tomato. That would give it a nice texture I bet. Also to let you know, Savour the Senses has a new home at http://savourthesensesblog.com. If you would like to subscribe, please subscribe to the new site! =)

    10. I just referred you to doggiebagit on FoodBuzz. He was looking for a soup to make tonight. 🙂

      – Anthony

      http://www.vincentbakery.wordpress.com

      • Awesome, thanks so much! I saw that you subscribed to my blog too, that’s great!, but I have moved it to savourthesensesblog.com. Please subscribe through that blog so that you don’t miss out on the posts. I am trying to fade out this one. =) Thanks so much!

        • Whew, thanks for the update! 🙂


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