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Italian Cupboard Soup
Complete this soup with warmed Italian bread and salad of mixed greens.
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- In a deep saucepan, brown the pork in a little oil; add all ingredients except spinach; bring to a boil, lower heat and simmer for 15 minutes; stir in torn spinach and cook for 2 minutes more.
- Optional serving suggestion - top with a sprinkle of grated Parmesan cheese just before serving.
Felicia B. a year ago
I used pork tenderloin (seasoned while browning) and the colored pepper strips someone else recommended, as well as, fresh garlic, cumin & paprika. I also seasoned the heck out of it with pepper, Italian seasoning, oregano, 1 bay leaf, pink Himalayan sea salt and salt free Spike seasoning blend. I still wasn’t sure my family would like it after all of that so I made it a creamy soup by adding 1 C half & half and shredded white cheddar cheese. It was delicious.
OhGoshDanger . a year ago
very good. i added quite a bit of Italian seasoning and garlic
Karen Gibson 2 years ago
Like others, I added garlic powder, Italian seasoning, salt and pepper. Very tasty.
Morgan Reid 2 years ago
Recipe made for a very boring soup. I ended up adding salt, quite a bit of pepper, garlic, and italian seasoning.
ASunflower 1. 2 years ago
love it..i added shrimp, garlic, parsley and a little cilantro to spice up...overall delicious and I'll be making it again.
Christine 3 years ago
No seasonings listed in the ingredients. I added my own seasonings.
Salma 3 years ago
Easy and good. I used chicken instead lf pork and added some ginger, pasley and scallions.
Rui M. 3 years ago
really tasty, would maybe add some herbs to the dish at the end
Briana Main 3 years ago
soooo easy and sooo good. my family absolutely loved it, there was plenty for our family of four. i had some left over pork and chicken fajitas from the night before that i didnt want to go to waste so i chopped it all up and threw it in. everything else i followed to a T. will definitely be making again and soon!
Chyenn R. 3 years ago
This soup was so simple, cheap, quick and easy to make! It tasted great! I did make some changes. I doubled up the recipe except for the beans. I’m not a big fan of beans so I kept that amount the same. I’ve never tried Canelli beans but they are actually pretty good. I browned the pork with garlic salt and black pepper. I accidentally purchased minced garlic instead of onion so I used that instead (less than 2 TB of course). Also I added a bag of “pepper strips” which are the tri color bell peppers. I added some red pepper flakes as well for spice.
Royce 4 years ago
Great, and easy to make.
Lu 4 years ago
Better than expected...the pork is delicious.
Stefanie S. 4 years ago
Easy to make! The only alterations I made were: I cooked the pork chops with a packet of Good Seasons Italian dressing, used beef stock, and added oregano while it simmered. Recommend the Parmesan garnish before serving. Fabulous soup! Will make again!!
Ellen 4 years ago
Super delicious! I definitely recommend this soup! My whole family loved it and i have already made it twice. It’s also very cheap! I also added a bit of paprika powder and cumin.
vincent horton 4 years ago
Turned out great! Was looking for a quick stove top meal with existing ingredients. This was perfect and delicious.
Laura Corcoran 4 years ago
Oh sweet mother of ..... this is the BEST soup I have made to date from the yummly app. Super simple and of meager ingredients. I doubled the recipe and used just a shy over 2 lbs of pork loin. I didn't have the dried minced onion so I subsituted minced red onion. 6 adults have 3 bowls each and just a tad was left over. Yum, stupendous, mmm-marvilous! Don't forget the cheese at the table. Its certainly sets it worlds apart!