An easy and relatively quick healthful soup but it seems to be missing something. Will try again with some modifications to kick it up a bit.
This is an excellent recipe and easy to fix.
Absolutely delicious and minimal prep work. I added fresh turkey sausage, sauteed in a little olive oil and then drained, to the final step. Also added more broth, as suggested by another reviewer. Definitely a "make again" recipe.
Very good and very easy.
Turned out a little thick for my taste - so next time I'll add more broth. Otherwise - GREAT!
Hearty and satisfying. The green beans kept most of their bright color, making a pretty contrast with the red tomatoes. My garlic-phobe husband poslished off a second helping, declaring this a "good soup, Honey." However, I neglected to stir the pasta, and it clumped together. The Parmesan had the consistency of melted plastic. Also, the soup seemed a little greasy. I'll definitely make this soup again, but next time I may reduce the olive oil. And i'll replace the parmesan with cottage cheese, which was delicious in the warmed-over soup next day. (When you shop for ingredients, you may find ditalini pasta labeled as "salad macaroni.")
I love this. I made a double batch and froze it in single size servings. Really yummy with garlic bread on a cold autumn day.
Very nice meal and,easy to make. I acompany with garlic bread.
This was really delicious; I like the flavor the fennel gives to the soup--a nice change. I didn't have the garlic or the basil, so I skipped them and it was still very, very good. I could take or leave the cheese.