Servings: 4 to 6
Italian wedding soup, or minestra maritata, doesn’t really have much to do with weddings at all. It’s said to get its name from the “marriage” of the ingredients—meat, greens, and noodles or eggs.
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This is a must make soup!! Italian wedding soup is my daughter's favorite soup and she requested to have it today. I used spinach and curly kale from my garden and also was lucky to still have parsley in my garden still for the meatballs. I used pork and beef because that is what I had in my freezer. So so good!!!
Delicious made this tonight for dinner. Love it
This is the most delicious soup. Loved it
Incredibly simple and makes a lovely, comforting soup. I have the pickiest children ever born, and I'm all for any meal that they willingly eat greens in. I have added this to my short list of soup staples. It's very nice with a rustic italian bread for dipping.
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