Italian Sausage and Tortellini Soup

There are some dishes you make, not so much because you’re having a craving for that particular food, but because you need to use up produce and freezer and pantry stores.

With that in mind, we made a batch of this soup – not exactly expecting it to be inspiring or even worthy of a blog post. This soup was excellent! More of a “stoup” than a soup, it was very filling. We served it with some crusty bread and a salad.


The original recipe is here. The only modifications we made were using Italian chicken sausage instead of pork, canned tomatoes instead of chopped, and fresh herbs instead of dried.

3 thoughts on “Italian Sausage and Tortellini Soup

  1. Great looking stock color – so rich. I can see it would be beautifully tasty. I love Whole Foods Hot Italian chicken sausage!

  2. Wow… that looks delicious!

    I love the idea that the ingredients make sure of things in the freezer and pantry.

  3. Always great to see folks using up what needs using around the kitchen, and also making the best of leftovers and bi-products. Food recycling is the way forward!

  4. それはその自然公園の有名なエリアに期待できるとして、それの動植物は非常に魅力的であると観察する訪問者のための非常に面白いかもしれません。

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