Served with a crusty piece of bread, this feel-good soup makes a delicious lunch or dinner, and it’s incredibly easy to make.
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Great recipe and super easy to make.
Garlicky it is! And so good! Easy to make and not time consuming! Most excellent!
This is a great base recipe, but definitely needed a little help, and requires good quality tortellini. I make this with the following alterations: Start by cooking 1/2 pound of Italian sausage while breaking it up into small bits, and set aside. Heat 1 tbs olive oil and cook a small, diced yellow onion until soft, before adding the garlic and 2 tsp or more of chopped fresh thyme. I then add the sausage back and follow the recipe until the end, where I add a healthy splash of red wine vinegar, which really rounds out the flavors with a nice punch. With these small changes this soup is perfect and still easy enough to make when I'm sick!
I've been making this soup for family and friends for years, and everyone always enjoys it.
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