Sure to Please! A One Pot Wonder!

Monday, March 23, 2020

Zuppa Toscana!

A rich and creamy, hearty and warming soup.

A famous Olive Garden soup.

 

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Happy Monday!

Through all of this COVID19 biz, staying at home,

I think that there is a peacefulness of slowing down,

buying less, and just having the basics,

and being grateful for everyday.

Less pressure and being positive about it all.

I find myself in the kitchen more.

More at home time for social distancing requires no eating out at restaurants.

Looking for hearty recipes, I searched for inspiration on Pinterest.

I found Zuppa Toscana a Copycat (Sausage, Potato, and Kale Soup).

 

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Zuppa Toscana is a rich and creamy soup

made with Italian sausage,  potatoes, and kale.

It’s a copycat recipe of the soup at Olive Garden.

Zuppa Toscana is easy to make, all done in one pot.

 

Cooked sausage and onion

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Added tablespoon of flour to the sausage

Slowly add the chicken broth to the incorporated flour,

stirring constantly to thicken.

 

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Add the cream and stir very gently.

 

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Just some of the ingredients I used.

I switched up the recipe a bit by using spinach instead of the kale

and Half & Half in place of the heavy cream.

I used the regular Italian sausage that I had on hand.

I also modified the amount of ingredients since there is only two of us.

Recipe is found at https://thefoodcharlatan.com/sausage-potato-and-kale-soup/

I served the soup with French bread.

It’s soooooo yummy!

Maybe not the most healthy, but it’s delish.

Definitely a warming, comfort food!

Stay healthy, stay at home!

Enjoy!

Thanks for stopping by.

~Tammy

Published by Tammy Moore

I'm a dreamer. I love taking photos of things that inspire me. My horses, cows, flowers, and my rustic and refound décor. I like taking hikes, love junkin', and team roping and my new outdoor love is kayaking still waters.

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