Tuesday, November 10, 2009

Zuppa Tuscana


The Zuppa Tuscana was a big hit at the bonfire.  I have had several people ask for my recipe so I thought I would share it with you. 
 
Brown one package Italian sausage with one chopped onion and one minced garlic clove.  (I have to tell you, I have made this recipe many times, trying many different sausages, our favorite is the Bob Evans Zesty Hot Italian Sausage, it has loads of flavor in it.  You buy it in a red tube in the refrigerated case of the meat department.  Horror of horrors, but it is good, good, good!)

Add eight cups of water, chicken base to taste (I use three tablespoons) and four or five cubed potatoes.  Simmer to cook potatoes thoroughly, then add one cup heavy cream.  At the last minute, add one bunch of chopped kale and let simmer for another minute or so.

There you go!  Easy dinner idea.  Pick up a loaf of good bread, add a fruit or veggie and you're done.  Hope you enjoy it!

9 comments:

  1. Mmm, this recipe sounds warm and delicious! Thank you for stopping by our blog for a visit. It is so nice to meet you! Have a nice week! Twyla

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  2. Yum! I'll have to come for dinner too!
    Sorry - I promise I am not a stalker :)
    I just popped in to check that you have contacted your swap partner for my Christmasy swap and everything is OK?

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  3. The soup looks absolutely divine........and the evening looks magical....love the twig chairs...lucky you...and your jewelry finds....seriously jealous here! Thanks for stopping by and entering my giveaway and for taking the time to leave a sweet comment.....xojana

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  4. Sincerely your Zuppa was delcious- never would have guessed your sausage came from a red tube :)

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  5. That looks so yummy...I think I have sausage in the freezer, sounds like dinner tonight! The bonfire party looked like a great time I love it when my family can all get together- so much fun!

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  6. What amazing photos, that looks absolutely divine! I know "The Italian" is going to love this one. Thanks for the fabulous recipe!!

    I wanted to thank you for your wonderful comment, I appreciate your kind words and friendship.

    Love and hugs,
    Karyn

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  7. can i just tell you how thrilled I was to stumble upon your blog?! i love this soup and now i love your blog! fantastic! thanks!

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  8. LOL!!! How funny. I just posted this on my blog today!!! It's so yummy!!! :)

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